International R&B Star and Chicago Native Creates a Catchy New Anthem for the Cub's Playoff Push

International R&B star and Chicago, IL native Matt B decided to create a new Chicago Cubs anthem to help the team's 2015 playoff push. The song entitled "Watch The Cubbies Do It" is a remix of Montell Jordan's 1995 smash hit "This Is How We Do It". The video features Cubs fans from all walks of life(including pets) showing their support for the Cubs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVhQhBkGc0c

International R&B star and Chicago, IL native Matt B decided to create a new Chicago Cubs anthem to help the team’s 2015 playoff push. The song entitled “Watch The Cubbies Do It” is a remix of Montell Jordan’s 1995 smash hit “This Is How We Do It”. The video features Cubs fans from all walks of life(including pets) showing their support for the Cubs.

​The Cubs are currently down 0-2 in their NLCS series with the New York Mets, but have a chance to set things right on Tuesday when they return to Wrigley Field for Game 3. As a lifelong Cubs fan, Matt B wanted to create something unique that would help boost the spirts of Cubs fans after 2 tough losses.
“I just wanted to do something to show my support for not only the Cubs, but Chicago as a whole. There’s been a lot of negative attention directed towards Chicago because of our crime issues, and I wanted to shine light on something positive that our whole city can appreciate.”

Matt B is a Chicago, IL native who has been creating music for over 15 years.  He has made waves internationally in Japan for his music under his record label Star Base Records(starbase.jp). Matt’s recent album “Love and War” hit #1 on the R&B album charts and his single “Plain Girl” hit #1 on the singles charts. The album is currently sold in over 1,400 retail locations across Japan. His sophomore album entitled “Dive” is set to release next month.

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