By: Seamus Fay
Danny Diamonds is no stranger to our pages here at Graduation Music, and deservedly so, as he continues to utilize pure talent and a charismatic personality to fuel his remarkably strong catalog of music. Today, keeping the full court pressure on and subsequently brightening up our week, we get to hear a brand new EP from Diamonds entitled For The Record. And let me just say, for the record, that this is undoubtedly one of the smoothest projects to come out of Massachusetts this year. No debate.
That said, over a duration of 7 tracks, this tape offers up the most polished version of Danny Diamonds that we have heard to date. His vocals are sharp as ever, his lyrics delivered with a thundering passion, and most importantly, it truly feels as though the rising talent is putting his full heart and soul in every single second of every single song. Also worth mentioning, this project comes equipped with three, previously-heard singles, as it reintroduces “Stuck”, “Pacifier”, and “La La” with a brand new burst of excitement, so much so that they take on new breaths of refreshing energy thanks to the fuel of the other tracks on the tape. So to answer any questions — yes, this is a must-listen.
I could go on about this one all day, but the point is that Danny Diamonds outdid himself. Listen to For The Record at the link below:
Production by Illuid Haller, Glassic, Polyte, K-Rain, Yusei, & Gambi
Feature from Abhi The Nomad