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From dancing in Gucci Mane and Young Thug visuals to gaining an estimated total of 140K Instagram followers, Priority Records new signee Unghetto Mathieu is one of the most prominent new-age Atlantans to burst onto the scene. Today, the up & coming talent drops his new visual “Yeah” featuring Fly Ty.
The YouTube dance sensation, a member of Team Nueera, currently has more than 1.3 Million YouTube subscribers awaiting Unghetto Mathieu to sweep the internet with his next masterpiece filled with dope moves and next-level sounds.
The 17-year-old sauce master with a versatile personality, Unghetto Mathieu is more of a fun class clown than a trap rapper. However, when the worlds of dance and music collide, the energy is aligned fitting perfectly with his dual talents. The multi-talented Nueera team, including 14-year-old Fly Ty, is a new wave that is setting out to inspire others through their Happy Trap, which is a mixture of the trap genre but with a more positive substance that listeners can dance to.
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Known for their original music “Gang Up” and “Yeah,” lead by Unghetto Mathieu, the team not only represents the new wave but supports the essence of Unghetto Mathieu’s stardom. The team’s creativity is built off imagery and magnetic production – pitching ideas until their ideas sync, which 99.9 % of the time they do! With hard work and sleepless nights, Unghetto Mathieu landed a major ad with Nike for the ‘New Atlanta’ AF1’s campaign and as a finalist in both the Fresh Empire and Complex New Wave platforms respectively.
With a list of comments under his Instagram and YouTube posts using the fire emojis and a guest appearance on Spotify’s RapCaviar’s stage this summer in Atlanta, Unghetto Mathieu exemplifies performance energy and skill that leaves fans wanting more! With his career growing as fast as his followers, Unghetto Mathieu continues to contribute to the evolution of dance and ‘Happy’ Trap music.
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