Exclusive: Dynamite Dylan Premieres ‘Numbers Up’ Music Video

Exclusive: Dynamite Dylan Premieres ‘Numbers Up’ Music Video

Meet your new obsession: Dynamite Dylan!

This 13-year-old has been turning heads with his oh-so-fresh unique sound and fun-loving personality for years now, and he’s even collaborated with some of the biggest names in the business — like Jake Paul and Jordyn Jones!

Before it officially premieres tomorrow, the talented teen is giving TigerBeat readers early access to his neon-lit “Numbers Up” music video. Keep scrolling to check out the vibrant visual and to get the inside scoop on all things Dylan: from his inspiration behind the lyrics to behind-the-scenes filming secrets and everything in between!

What was the inspiration behind “Numbers Up”?
Dylan: I wanted to show my fans I could make more then just ballads.

Do you have a favorite line of lyrics from the song?
Dylan: “Crazy gaming system, catch me online.”

What’s one thing fans would be surprised to know about shooting the music video?
Dylan: I think they’ll be surprised at where we filmed the video and the vehicles we had in it! We managed to secure an airplane hanger and filled it with a custom made Tesla and a private jet. The shots look awesome so I hope everyone likes it! I always film music videos with my friends, so we spend a lot of time messing around and having fun on set. We have loads of behind the scenes footage!

How is this video different from the ones you’ve put out in the past?
Dylan: Each time I make a new song/music video, it’s a challenge to make it better than the last. Each time we work on a new project, I learn a so much more and become more confident so they’re naturally more energetic and fun. I’m becoming more and more comfortable which I hope translates in the video!

How would you describe your sound in three words?
Dylan: Wow, thats different.

Is there an overall message to your music?
Dylan: Making music is a huge passion and just makes me happy! I use that energy to put back into my music and spread positivity.

How well do you know Dylan Diamond’s punny love song “Video Games”? Test your lyric memory with this quiz!

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