Videos – Songwriting | Music Production


Mighty Music Group helps lead the fight against kidney cancer through its sponsorship of the inaugural Art For Hope Battle of the Bands. Our appearance with The Judy Nicholson Foundation on Jacksonville's First Coast Living helped spread awareness for the cause. Want to help the fight? Visit www.judynicholsonfoundation.org.

Video courtesy of First Coast Living.

The official music video, released in 2014, is nearing 2 million hits on YouTube. See why people are excited about Carson Lueders's brand-new single "Beautiful" written by the Mighty Music team and produced by multi-platinum producer Andrew Lane.

Video courtesy of Carson Lueders.
Written by Mighty Music Group.
Produced by Andrew Lane.
Videography by Nayip Ramos.


MMG-written Gluteus Maximus, released in 2015, features Whitney Way Thore, star of TLC's reality show "My Big, Fat Fabulous Life", and is the latest installment in the Fitty Smallz campaign celebrating healthy living and no body shame. It is the second collaboration between Fitty Smallz and Thore, following her viral success "Fat Girl Dancing".

Video courtesy of Fitty Smallz.
Written by Mighty Music Group.
Filmed by K2.
Edited by Kurt Hudson.
Choreography by Leslie Nagel.

"Muffin Top" is the second original co-written with Fitty Smallz and the first collaboration with Whitney Thore from TLC's "My Big, Fat Fabulous Life". Promoting no body shame, the video celebrates the power of women of all sizes. The video was recorded in legendary Jacksonville locations Cinotti's Bakery and Metro Entertainment Complex.

Video courtesy of Fitty Smallz.
Written by Mighty Music Group.
Videography by Kurt Hudson.
Additional engineering by Eli Moorhouse.


Mighty artist Fitty Smallz brought an all-star cast for "Hamburger, Fries and Shake", including MMA champion Chuck Liddell, American Horror Story star Kyle Pacek, and Survivor's Semhar Tadesse. Shot at the legendary Pink Motel in Los Angeles, this song had the entire cast doing the "Hamburger, Fries and Shake" choreography!

Video courtesy of Fitty Smallz.
Written and Produced by Mighty Music Group.
Videography by Nayip Ramos.

The lovely Ms. Jordyn Jones, notorious for her dance skills, was introduced to Mighty Music Group when she was featured in the video for the "Beautiful" by Carson Lueders, written by MMG. We love this video where she taught all her fans how to do the official "Hamburger, Fries and Shake" choreography, by another Mighty artist, Fitty Smallz.

Video courtesy of Jordyn Jones.


This band of brothers shows that good music knows no age. SHEEHAN's Aeden (12), Lleyton (10) and Kiernen (8) rock out in our studio to their cover of Fall Out Boy's "Centuries". Stay tuned for more from these rising Mighty artists.

Song recorded with Mighty Music Group.
Video courtesy of SHEEHAN.
Video produced by Kurt Hudson.

The official music video has yet to be released, but you can catch a behind-the-scenes look at Carson Lueders's brand-new single "Beautiful" written by the Mighty Music team and produced by multi-platinum producer Andrew Lane. Check it out! Just released on January 1, 2014, it started our year out right!

Video courtesy of Carson Lueders.


Hijinks ensued on the Pink Motel set of "Hamburger, Fries and Shake" in 2014. Chuck Liddell... Sugar Shane Mosely...a monkey...horse heads...an empty pool...Find out what craziness went down in this behind-the-scenes video.

Video courtesy of Fitty Smallz.
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Mighty Artist Jordyn Stoddard performs her slammin' single "16" on WJXT-TV in Jacksonville. She was selected as WQIK-FM's 2013 Local Artist of the Year and is nominated for South Florida Country Music's 2013 Favorite Local Female Solo Acoustic Artist of the Year.

Video courtesy of news4jax.com.


Life was like a musical for Mighty Music Group when spontaneous song broke out on their visit to Andrew Lane's studio in Burbank, CA. See what happened to Hot Chelle Rae's "Tonight, Tonight" after their chance encounter with 14-year-old rapper Triston Coleman!

Video courtesy of Triston Coleman.