The Property Brothers have turned Flo Rida's 'My House' into a country tune for charity

BY Sarah Walker

The Property Brothers want to get you into the giving spirit, and the way they're doing it is by creating a music video of them performing Flo Rida's hit tune, "My House."

Speaking to ET Canada, Drew and Jonathan Scott noted 100 per cent of the proceeds from their tune will be donated to St. Jude's -- a hospital for sick children in California. (So get downloading!)

"I was sitting in the car when I first heard this song -- I had never heard it before, and I thought to myself, I'm like, 'Wow, this would make a great country song,'" Jonathan told ET last week. "About six months ago, I started hearing this song everywhere. So I reached out to our producer, Victoria Shaw in Nashville, who had produced our other two songs ["Hold On" and "Let the Night Shine In"], and I said to her, 'Hey, what's involved in covering or remaking a song?'"

According to the interview, it took the duo about a month to change up the hip-hop beat into one that was a bit more country. They also recruited Eric Paslay and Carrot Top to tackle parts in the music video.

Country singer Eric Paslay also appears in the video.

The sleek spot shows Jonathan working on an ice sculpture in a backyard when Drew runs in saying they forgot their Architects Quarterly photo shoot. The only problem? The pair are having an epic party with dozens of their nearest and dearest friends.

When the journalists covering the duo appear at the front door, Drew and Jonathan welcome them in and manage to pull off what could be considered a perfect interview.

As Jonathan noted, this isn't the first time the duo has dipped their toes into the music industry.

Every party needs a little fire-eating entertainment.

"Music has just always been part of our lives, something we're passionate about—we grew up on a ranch where most weekend nights ended in us all around the campfire, with our dad playing guitar," they told The Hollywood Reporter of their love of music. "There have been times in our lives where people have told us something just can't be done, and we've become addicted to proving these naysayers wrong."

They added to ET Canada that just because they're spending some time "jamming," it doesn't mean they're going to be leaving their hit TV show Property Brothers.

“We’re not doing music for the sake of quitting our jobs and touring like Justin Bieber,” Jonathan said. “We thought it was only fitting that we support one of our favourite charities.”

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