AT just ten-years-old the son of chart-topping song writer Andy Bullimore of Beatbullyz fame is getting his own brush with fame after singing the vocals on dance music giant Galantis’ new record.

And Andy, 34, who says Reece has made him the proudest father in the world, is hoping the people of Swindon can help the track – No Money – get to number one.

The upbeat tune, which was only released a few days ago, is already climbing the charts and currently sits at number 12 on iTunes. It has also had hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.

Reece recorded it in a speedy 25 minutes at his father’s Swindon music studio, and it took Andy and Nick Gale, of Digital Farm Animals, just four hours to write, before they sent it to Galantis to review and they quickly snapped it up.

The Swedish music duo also premiered it on stage at Ultra Music Festival in Miami last month and Andy was among the crowd to see the reaction to it.

“It was like a dream come true. I am so proud - the proudest dad in the world. To think we started it in Swindon and it’s gone to Miami,” he said.

“It was the surrealist moment of my career to see 40,000 people rocking out to it, but I was nervous because its mine and my son’s song, so there were so many emotions and it was a bit scary.”

Andy, who has also penned songs for the likes of Cheryl Cole and is embarking on a world-wide tour with Armin van Buuren next month, said he started getting Reece to dabble in doing vocals and it went from there.

It is also not the first time Reece’s vocals have gone worldwide, as they featured on a song by American musician Pierce Fulton, which has received more than 5million views.

Andy added: “I’ve been getting Reece to do some vocals for fun and it sounded amazing and everyone loved it. He couldn’t be happier, he knows the enormity of it but he’s quite cool and relaxed about it.

“And I love it is something we can do together as father and son.”

But Andy insists there is no pressure for Reece to follow in his footsteps and have a career in music. He said: “If when he’s 15 he wants to do it, he’s got the best start, at the moment it's just good fun.”

Mum Tracey Gough and Reece’s younger brother Aidan, seven, are also over the moon at the pair’s success. Reece’s school friends have been left impressed too.

Andy added: “Since it has happened it has been the Easter holidays but his friends love the song and one friend Toby couldn’t believe it, but we keep it as normal as possible because we just want him to have fun, he’s only ten.”

The song, which also has an inspirational message behind it about not letting bullies get the best of people, can be purchased on iTunes.