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Schitt's Creek Dropped A Self-Titled Music Video & It's The Best Thing Ever

Canada's beloved TV show is simply the gift that keeps on giving. That's because Schitt's Creek just dropped a self-titled music video and it's just the best thing ever.

CBC Gem, the streaming service that debuted the award-winning show posted the video to Instagram on Monday which has received nearly 100,000 views. 

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The nearly one minute and a half video is titled "Schitt's Creek" and it's under the artist name The Roses which we can all assume is the family's band name.   

If this wasn't awesome enough, it was jokingly produced by "Rose Video Records" too.

The song opens up with a mansion shot followed by the inside of a luxurious home decked out with a chandelier. It's quickly changed with a shot of the Rose Bud Motel that makes for quite the juxtaposition. 

CBC Gem captioned the video saying "this has no right to slap so hard" and they are absolutely right. 

The official Schitt's Creek page chimed into the conversation via the comments section with the best response to the legendary music production.

"Give whoever made this a raise," they said.

The conversation didn't stop there, the streaming service took to their Instagram story and wrote "The Grammy Award for Record of the Year goes to.." 

The video has garnered over 98,000 views so far.

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