Musso sang a remixed remake of the song "Lean on Me" for the Disney film, Snow Buddies; the music video is included on the DVD and the song is included on the Radio Disney Jams, Vol. Musso also sang the song "If I Didn't Have You" with Hannah Montana co-star Emily Osment for the Disney Mania 6 CD in 2008 and sang the song Stand Out for the Disneymania 7 CD in 2010.
He presented awards to the Best Actor and Best Actress of the 2007–2008 theatrical year.
In 2008 Musso, Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus all made "family" guest appearances in Metro Station's music video for "Seventeen Forever".
The two also worked on a music video for the song which was released to Disney Channel.
Musso also recorded a song called "The Girl Can't Help It" for another Disney Channel Original Movie, Princess Protection Program.
His debut single, "The In Crowd," a cover of a John Hampson song, premiered on Radio Disney on December 5, 2008.
The song is also featured on Radio Disney Jams, Vol. His second single, "Hey", was released on May 15, 2009 on Radio Disney with an accompanying music video that premiered on Disney Channel.
“When someone’s over 18 and the other person’s under 18 [Trace is 20, while Lovato is 16], especially if the girl is under 18…. It’s just like nothing bad to say about it but it’s kind of weird but whatever.” Whoa; did Musso just take a jab at his co-star’s failed relationship with underwear model Justin Gaston? Have your say in the comments section: Do you agree with Mitchel Musso that it would be “weird” for Trace Cyrus to date Demi Lovato?
You hear about Twitter “beefs” all the time when two big name celebrities decide to go back and forth in some sort of high-profile argument. I love these people and that will never change, 🙌🏼@Miley Cyrus @Emily Osment @Dukeof Earles @Im Not Moises @billyraycyrus this is why I’m here — Mitchel Musso (@mitchelmusso) March 17, 2016 Then, as everyone was just starting to dab the happy, nostalgic tears from their eyes after a nice jog down memory lane, Emily Osment (aka Lilly Truscott), decided to return the favor.
Also in 2009, Musso collaborated on the School House Rock song "The 3 R's"; an educational song about recycling.