Carrie Underwood, Ludacris Team Up For Super Bowl


If Carrie Underwood hadn't pursued country music, I think she would've made the an unstoppable football coach. "There's a champion in every single one of us", she said, motivating and inspiring every one of her fans, followers, and friends.

The song, which features Ludacris, is to be featured during NBC's 2018 Olympic Winter Games coverage, and was released on Friday (January 12). The up-tempo track includes electronic beats, a piano melody and speaker-banging bass, while the empowering lyrics celebrate being "born to win".

There are also references to sporting legends like Muhammad Ali and fictional boxing champion Rocky Balboa.

She's a little bit country and he's a little bit rap.

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"When we met with Carrie a year ago to discuss the Super Bowl open, we each brought ideas", Fred Gaudelli, executive producer of NBC Sunday Night Football and the Super Bowl LII presentation, says.

Country star Carrie Underwood teamed up with Ludacris to co-write a new song, "The Champion", which will open the Super Bowl on February 4 airing on NBC.

"It was a pleasure to collaborate with Carrie for this inspirational song", the rapper says. Some Twitter users have expressed confusion over the direction of Underwood's music, while others suggested that the Storyteller singer should stick to her usual country music format.