WATCH: NH Teen's Rhymes Impress 'America's Got Talent' Judges
A 13-year-old rapper from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, wowed "America's Got Talent" judges Tuesday.
Matt Johnson took the stage in a gray suit and mint colored collared shirt, looking more like he was heading to a formal job interview than about to drop some rhymes.
Matt, who goes by the rapper name Patches, told judge Howie Mandel he would buy tickets to "Hamilton" if he won the $1 million.
He then went on to perform his original rap that he told judges is about the "essence of performing."
"Spitting bars like I'm choking on a Kit-Kat
"I don't think ya'll understand what I'm getting at
"So much heat you better turn down the thermostat," Patches rapped before giving a shout out to Portsmouth.
"Yo if I see trouble I won't just back it up
"I'm patches for a reason. I'm gonna patch it up."
His performance, which you can watch below, earned him a spot in the next round.