The network will also be incorporating "The Champion" into its coverage of the Winter Olympics.
"I'm a fighter like Rocky/Put you flat on your back like Ali", sings Carrie Underwood in "The Champion", her new theme song for Super Bowl LII, pitted against a demon-scratching-at-young-child's-bedroom-door guitar pulse.
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The song was written for the Super Bowl, and Underwood tested it out on her husband and former professional hockey player Mike Fisher. "We hope the lyrics will inspire people to push themselves beyond their limits to conquer anything they are trying to accomplish or overcome", Underwood said in a statement. The singer released an upbeat and anthemic new single, "The Champion", on Thursday, and it features an unexpected guest-Ludacris.
"The Champion" wasn't complete without a special collaboration between Underwood and Bridges, better known as Ludacris.
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He says, "It was a pleasure to collaborate with Carrie for this inspirational song". Ludacris' vocals are also featured in the song. Listen below if you want, or just wait for NBC to clobber you over the head with it at the beginning of the big game. "I'm sorry.' But that was a good indicator that we were on the right track".
The lyric video for "The Champion" is now trending on YouTube, too. Carrie is now in the studio working on that new project.
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