MANNY Pacquiao's 17-year-old son Michael is dropping bombs with his music career.
Just this weekend, he collaborated with friend and local rapper Michael Bars to release new song entitled "Pac-man," a tribute song that draws inspiration from his father, the Filipino boxing legend.
The single, released on July 5, has drawn quite a bit of attention online. Some netizens commented on how unique its musical score was.
Even international music enthusiasts and pages took notice of the young rapper's skills.
Michael is the second son of Manny and Jinkee.
"Pac-man" the song features lyrics comparing one's grit and success to Manny Pacquiao's own hard work. Sample lyrics: "When I’m in the ring they call me the King, I think I’m becoming like Pacquiao / I’m thinking like Manny, we coming in handy, we giving you something to chat about."
Some even commented that this could be the 41-year-old's new entrance song in his upcoming fights.
The younger Pacquiao has been lowkey producing his own music. Aside from "Pac-man," listen to his original beats: