The Holderness family is back with a Super Bowl-themed music video.
The Huffington Post reports that the Raleigh, North Carolina, family has partnered with SheKnows and Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing for their new video about parents missing out on the neighborhood Super Bowl party to stay at home with the kids.
According to WCNC, the Holderness family has racked up over 25 million views with their family-themed parodies, and their latest, “It’s Sunday Night,” will likely be adding to those views.
The video shows dad rapping about the reality of Super Bowl Sunday for parents with small children, and it’s not all about the game, wings, and beer — just a regular night with baths and getting ready for school the next day.
The Holderness family — dad, mom, and their two young children — has entertained the internet with a series of holiday-themed parodies since the success of their first video, “Xmas Jammies,” which went viral in 2013. The Inquisitr reports that since then, the family has taken on Sir Mix-a-Lot for back-to-school with “Baby Got Class,” and Snoop Dogg at Halloween with the parody “Kin and Moose.” Thanksgiving was given the Meghan Trainor treatment with “All About that Baste.”
You won’t see the video during the Super Bowl game Sunday, but like all the other Holderness family videos, it is sure to be showing up in your Facebook feed soon.
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