YouTube sensation MattyB was recently chosen to contribute a song to the soundtrack of the upcoming animated film, Free Birds. Now the 10-year-old rapper has released his music video for Free Birds track, "Back in Time." The video manages to explore past pop acts like 'NSYNC and Michael Jackson, all while MattyB raps about being able to maneuver through time!
Here is an excerpt from the press release announcing the Free Birds soundtrack contribution from the YouTube rapper:
"YouTube sensation and member of the recently-named elite in Billboard.com's '21 Under 21′ list, MattyB has released, "Back In Time" the first song off the Relativity Music Group Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the upcoming ReelFX and Relativity 3D animated film, "Free Birds," opening nationwide on November 1st.
"By coupling hard-hitting gritty rap with a smooth pop hook, "Back in Time" proves MattyB's talent and versatility as a recording artist."
Check out the music video for MattyB's "Back In Time" right here:
MattyB's statement about this song and the music video reads: "This making of this song and music video was the most fun I have ever had on a project and it turned out awesome! This song is definitely going to be my favorite to perform and I really hope my fans love it as much as I do."
According to MattyB's website, "Back in Time" will be reaching plenty of live concert audiences thanks to a number of sold out shows.
If you don't know about MattyB, check out his excerpt from his "About" section of his website:
"MattyB has made himself known for his G-rated, yet complex rap lyrics, which lead a young generation of kids to follow their dreams, believing that anything is possible. The MattyB lyrics add a personal touch to his music, making him loved by both kids and adults. He is also known for his swag, style and smooth delivery. Many celebrities, such as Katy Perry, Ryan Seacrest, Ashton Kutcher, Perez Hilton, Scooter Braun and Vanilla Ice have shown interest in the MattyB brand."© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.