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Paula Abdul and Many Influencers Support Recording Artist and TikTok Star Montana Tucker’s Empowering Anthem “Be Myself”

July 9, 2021 GMT

LOS ANGELES, July 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --

Watch Official “Be Myself” Video here:

Last month, Universal Music recording artist and TikTok mega star Montana Tucker joined forces with Todrick Hall to release empowering anthem and PRIDE theme song “Be Myself”. The track, which focuses on themes of self-acceptance and standing proud no matter what obstacles one may face, has garnered hundreds of thousands of streams and views already. The song has already gone viral on TikTok and was #1 on several TikTok editorial playlists. MTV has now added the video into high rotation. It was such a hit that the Queen of Dance herself, Paula Abdul, teamed up with Tucker, who she said feels is “like a daughter” to her, to create an “old school meets new school” TikTok for fans to swoon over and spread the message.


Watch Paula and Montana Collaborate here:

And Abdul was not the only fan of the smash hit to create a viral video - thousands have joined in on the challenge, including mini-internet cutie Brody Hudson Schaffer, whose rendition of the challenge posted on his mom’s account has garnered tons of views and stolen the hearts of people all over the globe. Others, such as world renown model Grace Strobel who has been making waves in the fashion industry as a stunning model with Down Syndrome, came to support the anthem as the message lives on through Disability Pride Month. “Being bullied myself, I know how deeply that hurts and cuts into how you feel about yourself,” she said. “Be unapologetically okay with who you are! Believe in yourself and your worth to the world.”


And some more great news - for each video made to the song with hashtag #BeMyselfChallenge, ZUMBA, who used the song as the anthem to their PRIDE campaign in classes in over 186 countries, will donate $1 to the It Gets Better organization.

To hear the song, watch the video and see Montana’s Times Square Billboard take over click here.

Hi-res photos: here & here

IG: @MontanaTucker | TIKTOK: @MontanaTucker

Montana Tucker is an award-winning singer/songwriter, dancer, actress and social media sensation best known for her work alongside music’s biggest names such as Pitbull, Flo Rida, and Ashanti. She is widely adored by her combined following over 10M across platforms for creating viral dances on TikTok with well-known stars, and has shared the stage with the likes of Ciara, Lil Wayne and JLo, to name a few. Following the success of her recent singles like ” Hola ” & ” Sunday Funday,” Montana recently dropped ” DooWop ” and “Be Myself” featuring social media mega-star Todrick Hall, both via Universal Music Group. A role model for so many, Montana has always been a huge advocate for inclusion and acceptance across all walks of life. Her world-renown musical project ” I’m Not Alone ” has received high praise from the community for “saving the lives” of those who are lost, confused or feeling down, and she contributes to the community as a “Celebrity Champion” of National Alzheimer’s Association. Montana just announced her big plans to create a music and dance program with Miami Jewish Health that will incorporate movement and brain chemistry to boost the wellbeing of those with cognitive impairment. Read more about it here: IBTimes. It will be rolled out across the globe, and the goal is to help millions diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease stimulate different parts of their brains, stay active, boost wellbeing, and bring some joy into their days. Follow Montana on Instagram at www.Instagram.com/MontanaTucker.

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