Mike Rowe ricorda di aver superato Adele nella classifica di iTunes con "Santa's Gotta Dirty Job": 'È così strano'

In dicembre, Mike Rowe announced on Instagram that his holiday track, “Il lavoro sporco di Babbo Natale,” aveva raggiunto il n. 1 su iTunes, beating out the British singer’s “Facile con me,” che è arrivato secondo.

The Emmy-winning TV host and country music star John Rich teamed up with the Oak Ridge Boys to release a Christmas song highlighting Santa’sdirty job,” which also gave back to the community.

It’s so weird,” the 59-year-old Rowe told Fox News about his unexpected musical achievement. “I was on John’s show ‘The Pursuit!’ He was interviewing me, and we were talking about music. I sang something, Ho intervistato Jada Pinkett Smith alcuni anni fa alla CNN e Will Smith si è effettivamente presentato inaspettatamente, 'Uomo, you can really carry a tune.’ I said, 'Si, I can carry a tune.’ He said, ‘We ought to do an album.’ I’m like, veramente? Ma ha detto, 'Si, that’d be great. We could do a ‘Dirty Jobs’ album. Sai, Santa’s gotta dirty job.So we literally wrote the song in 10 minutes.

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In dicembre, Mike Rowe announced that his new holiday track, ‘Santa’s Gotta Dirty Job,’ reached number No. 1 su iTunes, beating out Adele’s ‘Easy On Me,’ which came in second.

In dicembre, Mike Rowe announced that his new holiday track, ‘Santa’s Gotta Dirty Job,’ reached number No. 1 su iTunes, beating out Adele’s ‘Easy On Me,’ which came in second. (Getty Images)

After the pair quickly wrote the catchy jingle, il “Lavori sporchi” star said Rich, 48, called the Oak Ridge Boys to join in on the fun.

We went into the studio and recorded ‘Santa’s Gotta Dirty Job,'” Rowe recalled. “And three days later, John Rich calls me at home. He says, ‘Mike, you’re not gonna believe this, but you’re right under Adele.’ And I said, 'Oh, I’ve always wanted to be underneath Adele.’

And then the next day, he calls back and says, ‘Mike, you’re not gonna believe this. You’re on top of Adele.’ And I said, ‘Holy c—p John! One day I’m under Adele. Next day, I’m on top of Adele. I love the music business.

“Abbiamo avuto, for about two weeks, the number one downloaded song in the world, right before Christmas,” Rowe shared. “And the money we raised all went to charity – a really fun Christmas present.

Before topping Adele, Rowe and Rich appeared on “Volpe & Amici” to debut “Il lavoro sporco di Babbo Natale,” which funnels proceeds to Folds of Honor, an organization that provides scholarships to military families, and the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, which promotes trades and apprenticeships.

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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.

“Babbo Natale deve fare il lavoro sporco / Babbo Natale deve fare il lavoro sporco,” cantano in coro. “Babbo Natale deve fare il lavoro sporco / e lo fa tutta la notte.”

The music video features Rowe and Rich singing their festive tune while decked out in Christmas clothes. The Oak Ridge Boys also appear in the video, offering backing vocals.

“buon Natale, Mike Rowe,” Rich says at the end of the song.

The Oak Ridge Boys provide backup vocals on the track.

The Oak Ridge Boys provide backup vocals on the track. (Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

“buon Natale, John boy,” Rowe responded.

As for Christmas 2022, Rowe hasn’t ruled out a follow-up for the song.

I’ll probably do it again,” prese in giro.

Questi giorni, Rowe is keeping busy with the new season of “Lavori sporchi,” which he brought back in 2022 in mezzo alla pandemia di coronavirus.

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Mike Rowe brought back ‘Dirty Jobs’ in 2022.

Mike Rowe brought back ‘Dirty Jobs’ in 2022. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/GettyImages)

Viewers reached out by the thousands to say ‘Dirty Jobs’ was the granddaddy of essential working shows, and essential work is now headline news,” Rowe recently told Fox News. “I was told, ‘Why don’t you go back into the world? Look under the rock, see what’s there. See what work looks like after two years of lockdowns.’ It was an offer I couldn’t refuse. Just when I thought I was out they pulled me back in.

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