Matstubs Remix of 'I'd Love To Change The World' Feat Jetta Now Has a Video: Exclusive Premiere

Meredith Truax 


Matstubs has dropped the long-awaited video for his remix of “I’d Love To Change The World” with Jetta

This Republic/Casablanca artist’s song has been flying for more than a year. Since it dropped in December 2014, the track has generated more than 32 million plays via Spotify and 85 million on YouTube, earning the Hamilton, Ontario artist, producer and DJ (real name Matthew Stubbs) his breakout hit and a contract with Casablanca Records.  

Here’s some fun facts related to the new cinematic clip: Matstubs’ parents have cameos as victims of the central character, a golf-obsessed psycho; Matt appears as the factor worker driving the forklift; and the shoot marked his first time meeting Jetta in person.

Jetta and Matstubs also teamed on the viral track “Take It Easy,” which received its official release in late April.

Watch the clip for “I’d Love To Change The World” below.


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