Matt chose the perfect spot in Texas - in front of the Stevie Ray Vaughn statue on Town Lake, Austin, newly renamed "Lady Bird Lake."
What a dream job, huh? "Dancing badly" across the world.
Here's some of Matt's earlier dancing.
Here's an interview where he talks about landing this awesome gig.
And here's a story behind the haunting song in Matt's earlier video, Rorogwela, a traditional folk song sung by a woman named Afunakwa. Matt goes to the Solomon Islands to find Afunakwa and pay tribute but learns she has died. He interviews Afunakwa's cousin who translates the song. A very old ancestral history, she sings about comforting her "e nomi," orphan brother and sister, who are crying because they are living on their own. "Stay quiet. Even though you cry, I still carry you."
In 1992, Rorogwela was sampled by Deep Forest and used in a song called "Sweet Lullaby" which is the music used in Matt's dancing video. The song became an international pop hit, selling over 3 million copies.