Colton Underwood may be on The Bachelor searching for love, but that's not the only thing he's been up to! The reality star teamed up with former 2000s hit boy-band O-Town for a new single that's raising money for charity. Keep reading for more.
Colton, 27, met band member Jacob Underwood at a dodgeball event back when he was playing for the San Diego Chargers. That's where he asked the musician to make a hit that would raise money for the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation, which raises money for Cystic Fibrosis.
Jacob and his bandmates (minus Ashley Parker Angel) recorded the hit with the former linebacker.
“Very excited to be releasing ‘Hello World’ and grateful to O-Town for partnering up!” the reality star said. “They are so great to be using this song to help raise funds for the Legacy Foundation and I know it’s going to be big!"
"It’s a fun song to listen to, but most importantly, an anthem for anyone to live your best life. It’s not only for the CF warriors, but for anyone out there dealing with anything in life,” he continued.
The band also shared the song on their Instagram account. "Awesome night in the studio with this guy!! Been a pleasure working with you @coltonunderwood! @coltonslegacy #HelloWorld #OTOWN#legacyfoundation #suhonenstudios," they wrote along with a picture of them all in the studio.
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