The Eagles' second Christmas album, "A Philly Special Christmas Special," is available on Dec. 1
A Kelce Christmas is coming!
For the second volume of the Philadelphia Eagles' Christmas album — a follow-up to their A Philly Special Christmas album from last year — center Jason Kelce enlisted his brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, to lend his vocals to a very special duet.
On Tuesday, the NFL posted a video of Jason, 36, in the recording studio as he asks Travis, 34, to join him on the song.
"Yo Trav, we’re here recording the Christmas album and the guys have an idea that maybe you could hop on. It’s like two people fighting, but then they really love each other," Jason explains to his brother on the phone.
"It kind of works really good for our relationship. I think it could be a look at the relationship of two brothers and how much you're wrapped up in your family’s lives and how much that impacts where you end up in life."
Travis couldn't be heard from the phone in the video, but it's clear he agreed to participate right away. "Glad you're game. It'll be fun," Jason said before ending the call.
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The NFL brothers' duet will be released on Wednesday as part of A Philly Special Christmas Special, available on Dec. 1. The Eagles' Christmas trio includes Jason, Jordan Mailata, and Lane Johnson, and in addition to Travis, the album includes a feature from Patti LaBelle.
On a recent episode of their podcast New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, the brothers discussed making the album with Mailata, 26.
Travis said, "Dude, I do not want to hear myself sing like that. I've got more of the rock voice," before his brother compared his voice to Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger's.
Travis gave the album rave reviews on the episode and said it was "really unique and really cool" to watch the project come to life. "Hats off to you guys," he added.
Among the songs on the album is the NFL stars' take on Mariah Carey's beloved Christmas classic, "All I Want for Christmas is You," and fans can hear the full song now.
Mailata shared some insight into the recording process with his teammate during the episode.
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"We got to see the creation of the songs more this year than we did last year, and I'm going to take that with me forever," Mailata said on the episode.
Jason agreed, adding, "I'm right there with you, and I think that me, you and Lane get put on the face of the album, but there are so many musicians."
"It’s really fun watching that go from nothing to something."
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