Matteo’s music has reached enormous heights and his breakout single ‘chain of fools’ has over 300k streams today. He reinvigorated his fanbase with the release of his new track in 2021. The track ‘Almaysoul’ is a perfect example of the free-flowing electing style of DeVon, mixed with a touch of fun and exciting cinematography. “I wanted to create something that felt like an alternate dimension,” Matteo quoted. It shows off a fresh and renewed outlook towards Halloween and he is definitely emerging as one of the integral voices of 2021.
The Italy’s raised artist Matteo has recently released his new track “Almaysoul ” getting viral. Matteo is a soulful musician and has all the makings of hit records. Born in a family of musicians, Matteo received enriching guidance from his father and brother who also carved a niche in the music industry for themselves. The last few years he has been focussing on his inner energy and reflecting growth as an artist.
He has so far unveiled many tracks and all of them have an infectious hook and mind blowing cinematic and celebratory visuals in common. With over thousands of monthly listeners on Spotify and more on youTube, Matteo has successfully launched his career in the rap industry within a short span. Analysing his past record in the industry, he will soon be seen as having earned his place alongside the top ten in Billboard.
The song ‘Almaysoul’ details the festive and spooky vibes of Halloween serving it with the touch of the iconic movie series The Matrix. The idea of unifying the two, Halloween and The Matrix, and making such a masterpiece really shows Matteo’s unabridged artistry. “I wanted to create a song that felt like Halloween year long, and the movie Matrix,” he quoted. Halloween is Matteo’s favourite holiday season, he added “It’s my favourite holiday because it’s the only holiday where we can truly expand our imagination openly as adults.The dynamic solo really hit it off in it.
‘Almaysoul’ definitely gives out the spooky Halloween vibes. Go check it out, you’ll feel it more than you’ll hear it.