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HGTV's Property Brothers Release Country Song

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We knew that the Property Brothers could help families turn a fixer-upper into a dream home, but did y'all know they could sing?!

Twin brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott began their TV show, Property Brothers, on HGTV in 2011, and have been hiding something ever since - they are amazing singers!

The Scott brothers wanted to pursue music and the country music genre is not far off, seeing as they grew up on a ranch in Canada.

"We grew up on a ranch, spending almost every other day sitting around a campfire, strumming songs on the guitar, singing songs with our parents, " Drew told ET.

Going by the stage name The Scott Brothers, they were inspired to write their debut song "Hold On" while filming their famous show.

"This past year, we were shooting ‘Property Brothers: At Home on The Ranch,’ where we went back to our roots to renovate a friend’s property in the Rockies," they said. "While we were doing this, we were talking with a producer and singer-songwriter from Nashville, and we said, ‘You know, while we’re doing this show, we should write a song and pay tribute to how we grew up.'”

As of right now, "Hold On" is their only song out, but a second music video has already been filmed for another song, "Let the Night Shine In."

"Hold On" is about holding on to what's important: family. 

Watch the music video for "Hold On" below.

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