Building off of the success of his recent debut album, Connis returns with the official music video for “Kiss The Moon”.
Personally speaking, the release of “Kiss The Moon” more than 10 months ago marked a stark transition within Connis’ musical career. He had been consistently releasing a steady stream of potent music, however this track was the first of many that helped produce the wondrous aura that currently surrounds the Cambridge artist. His ability to intertwine his life experience within masterful sonic structures is unparalleled in not only the state of Massachusetts, but across the world. It’s only fitting that the reception of Conn(is) was as big as it was, especially being that he’s continuously been one of the most hardworking individuals with respect to propelling Massachusetts’ music scene to newer heights.
This Simon Morrison directed visual does a phenomenal job at making this already successful track even more meaningful. Equipped with scenes throughout the Cambridge and Boston area, Connis plays the role of what many of us are — a young adult from Massachusetts that’s enduring the trials and tribulations of life whilst aspiring to be something great. While a lot of his music stems from his own personal experiences, Connis ultimately speaks on behalf of a lot of people who’ve been through some of the similar circumstances that he’s faced. I for one can say that I’ve found a certain level of solace through Connis’ discography, and for that reason he will always be an artist that I both respect and admire.
Watch the official music video for “Kiss The Moon” below:
Directed by Simon Morrison (@spaceysim)
Shot by Caleb Weiss (@calebkebob)
Edited by Caleb Weiss, Simon Morrison & Connor Donovan
New Bedford’s KyE Nathaniel taps in Cyrus Brxxks and Kato On The Track for “No Love” — an accomplished offering that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the entirety of its duration.
From start to finish, “No Love” is a rollercoaster journey that’s full of compelling, playful, and braggadocios lines that lock the listener in a trance. Equipped with references to the Iliad & The Odyssey, WWE, and everything in between — this track truly possesses something for everyone. Both KyE Nathaniel and Cyrus Brxxs don’t waste a single breath, with each of their verses being crafted in an extremely articulate fashion. The high-level of chemistry between this pair of rappers is most definitely apparent on this release, so hopefully they’ll be joining forces once again in the future.
Nate Taber truly excelled at constructing the music video for “No Love”. He successfully inserted an additional layer of lovability and potency to this track through the use of his visual skillset, with this certainly being KyE Nathaniel’s best music video to date. This release is yet another excellent release to come out of New Bedford over the course of 2019, so be sure to turn your eyes toward this city as they aren’t showing even the slightest sign of slowing their pace.
Watch the official music video for “No Love” below:
Returning to the Graduation Music site today with the release of his first music video is Cambridge’s Maka.
“Live In Boston” served as Maka’s debut rap release which hit the streets more than a year ago. Circulating around the monetary motivation that pushes both Maka and his peers, this track is living proof of just how much of a multi-faceted artist he is. Known for his watery, unpredictable flows that take over the mindset of the listener, “Live In Boston” is a wondrous combination of Maka’s usual style and rapping capabilities. Be on the lookout for what he has next to come.
Watch the official music video for “Live In Boston” at the link below:
Graduation Music’s favorite cowboy, Donald Grunge, recruited the talents of John Rawl to assist in bringing his first music video to life.
“Cowboy Talk” served as the intro to Donald Grunge’s debut project, Cowboy Talk, and since its release towards the end of 2018 its remained undeniably formidable. Every single component of it has endured the test of time, with it being arguably the best project to come out of Massachusetts since Cousin Stizz’s Suffolk County. Whatever your opinion may be, one thing persists, and it’s that Donald Grunge refuses to fly under anyone’s radar. Seemingly everyday now he reveals a new snippet of a track that somehow sounds better than the last, and he continuously teases at collaboration projects with some of the Bay State’s finest artists. To say that his 2019 is going to be a successful one would be a vast understatement. We’re tremendously excited to see what he has to offer as the year continues.
Watch the official music video for “Cowboy Talk” below:
Dorchester’s finest, Valley, graces the Graduation Music site once again with an elegant visual for his brand-new single “Time”.
Throughout the last couple of years, Valley has been able to nestle himself towards the top of the food chain with respect to the music coming out of Massachusetts. His discography is one that is finely-calibrated, with each individual component being of utmost perfection. Following the success of his handful of singles, Valley sought out M9visuals to bring his first music video to life — with everyone involved truly hitting this one out of the park.
Centering itself around life in “Lil Miami”, this release fully embodies the glamorizing presence that surrounds Valley within both his discography and everyday life. He possesses an innate ability to flow meticulously whilst giving listeners a glimpse at his lifestyle — one that straight-up exudes authenticity. Lacing him with some entrancing production once again is Stoop Kid, who’s wondrous ability to craft an instrumental has really taken Valley’s music to an entirely new caliber of success. Relying solely off of the potency present within his music rather than some form of a gimmick, there isn’t a single doubt surrounding the fact that the Dorchester native will quickly become a household name within the Hip-Hop community.
In preparation for his upcoming SAVE YOURSELF EP, Jxylen just dropped the official audio and visual for his vigorous single, “Mad Men”.
Making proper use of some out-of-this-world production at the hands of Origami Beats, Jxylen wastes no time with respect to hitting listeners with a continuous stream of hard-hitting lyrics. He’s here to claim his stake within the flowering Massachusetts music scene, and this release is a telltale sign that he’s certainly on pace towards doing so. The energy he radiates here is unparalleled, with it being one of our personal favorite drops up through this point in 2019.
Watch the official music video for “Mad Men” below:
Following his debut onto our site a few weeks back, Heath240 returns today with the official music video for “That’s True”.
Heath has been working diligently towards the development of his sound throughout the last couple of years, and following his last few releases it’s safe to say that he’s in his bag. “That’s True” is assuredly the best component of his discography to date, with the music video only inserting more layers of lovability to the track. With Heath240’s first quarter of 2019 being a successful one, we’re excited to see what the young artist has in store for fans as the year continues to progress.
Watch the official music video for “That’s True” below: