The pair joined “Volpe & Fine settimana degli amici” on Sunday to discuss the traction after they outperformed Adele’s “Easy On Me” for the top spot on iTunes earlier this week.
“This is one of those songs you cannot not smile when you listen to it,” Rowe stated. “And our country right now, uomo, we need to smile… and hopefully this song’s doing it.”
La traccia stupida mette in evidenza i pezzi nitidi di Babbo Natale’ lavoro, che include i calci delle renne “natica in faccia,” arrampicarsi su e giù per camini disordinati, superando “grossi cani da guardia” e “fare una linea B per il bagno” dopo aver consumato troppi biscotti.
Rich provided viewers insight into the making of the hit song:
“I was interviewing Mike for my show… and I said, Hey, Mike, you know somebody who’s got a dirty job that you probably never thought about? E lui ha detto, who’s that? I said Santa Claus,” Rich explained.
The duo debuted the track, which is also available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music, su “Volpe & Amici” la settimana scorsa, with an accompanying pre-recorded music video.
The video features Rowe, 59, e ricco, 47, singing their new tune while decked out in Christmas wear. The Oak Ridge Boys also appear in the video, offering up backing vocals for the track.
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