Watch out, Will Smith – there’s a farming trio of brothers ready to stake their claim as the new “fresh prince,” but in their case it’s not Bel-Air. It’s fresh, farm air.
The Peterson Farm Brothers are back, and after taking on LMFAO and Psy, they prove that being children of the 1990s has its advantages. In this case, it’s inspiration from the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” theme song.
This newest parody, “A Fresh Breath of Farm Air,” was released Monday to thousands of fans eager for the next pro-agriculture parody. Just 12 hours after it's release, the song had already been viewed nearly 30,000 times on YouTube.
“Now this is a story all about how , Our life is spent wiping sweat off our brow, And we'd like to take a minute just to stop and say, What goes down on the farm in a typical day"
“And we yell to the cattle, ‘Yo Steers, smell ya later!”
Since releasing their first hit, “I’m Farming and I Grow It” in June 2012, the Peterson Farm Brothers continue to release viral parodies and “Life of a Farmer” series to help bridge the gap between consumers and producers.
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