Deadmall are back on the Graduation Music site today, this time with a well-tooled visual for “Prom Nite”.
After finding out that honeyfitz never had a prom, Gabe Gill decided to throw one in their basement, which sets the scene for the entirety of the music video. Both Gabe and honeyfitz offer some of their best work here — showcasing just how much they’ve developed as artists since the formation of Deadmall. They compliment one another’s sound without flaw, and each of their releases comes packed with a plethora of raw emotion that you can literally feel with every listen. If you’ve never tuned into to Deadmall prior to today, then there’s no better time to start.
Watch the official music video for “PROM NITE” below:
“KING TUT FREESTYLE” serves as the second-leg of Chase Murphy’s 16Under60 Series — a series of videos in which Chase spits 16 bars in under 60 seconds. Equipped with visuals that were shot by Daymian Mejia and edited by Brandon Shave, this release is a magnificent one that brings the Brookline-native’s high level of talent into the limelight. Be sure to keep your eyes pealed for what’s next to come from Chase Murphy as 2019 progresses.
Emerson students Zoë with 2 dots and Leech make their debut onto the Graduation Music site today with the official music video for “Orwell”.
The cleverly-written track is based around a toxic relationship in which one party wants to leave and the other wants to stay. Zoë with 2 dots makes use of some intoxicating vocals whilst Leech lends his unconventional rapping abilities to make this release an impactful one. New artists have been blossoming within the state of Massachusetts on a seemingly daily basis for a lengthy period of time now, so be sure to check out the latest addition to our cesspool of talent.
Watch the official music video for “Orwell” below:
After teasing the brand new song and video on social media last week — FAbzabove finally unleashed “Hitstick” (Prod. BROKECH1C) via ELEVATOR yesterday. Directed by whenevertheweather, the mesmerizing visual does an exceptional job at capturing the thunderous, exuberant feeling that can be derived throughout the entirety of this track.
FAbzabove has been showcasing an incredible amount of development within his discography over the course of the last year. He’s been busy up to this point in 2019 — releasing “The Rush”, landing placement on King Kade’s EP Grow Up, Go Love Something, and performing alongside Bia, Leano, and more at the Middle East. Showing no signs of stopping, make sure you keep FAbzabove on your radar this year.
Watch the official music video for “Hitstick below:
KMerc recently dropped the official music video for his addictive single, “I’m High”, featuring Kingfrom98. Shot, edited, and directed by Tanj, this visual adds an additional layer of lovability to the Cambridge-native’s already successful release.
Both KMerc and Kingfrom98 were extremely busy in 2018, making use of the year to establish themselves as serious acts within the Massachusetts music scene. The pair have a natural connectivity between one another, so it was only fitting that they joined forces once again to deliver this song.
Watch the official music video for “I’m High” below:
Western Massachusetts has proven to be home to a variety of highly-listenable artists over the years. Hailing from Hadley, Snowhaus make their debut onto the Graduation Music site today with the official music video for their brand-new track titled “Flick My Bic”.
Directed by Deadmall, the visuals for this release wonderfully encapsulate the rollicking energy that’s persistent throughout the song. Consisting of Nathan Galloway (Vocals/Guitar), Andrew Ring (Drums), and Nick Capezzuto (Bass), Snowhaus’ romantically-driven offering circulates itself around falling in love right in time for winter. Complete with playful lyrics and soaring instrumentation that becomes more indulgent with each listen, “Flick My Bic” is certainly a standout release within Snowhaus’ discography.
If you find yourself in the Amherst-area this Sunday (February 10th), pull up to the Emo Valentine Show which will feature a performance by Snowhaus.
Watch the official music video for “Flick My Bic” below:
Making their debut onto the Graduation Music site today are BoriRock and Dun Dealy with the official music video for “La Vida”.
This incredibly thorough, self-reflective offering circulates itself around the not-so-glamorized aspects of life within the dope game. Establishing himself as one of Boston’s top rhymers with this release, BoriRock is truly a force to be reckoned with.
“Dope game…gotta pay to play // if you blitz, they gon’ raid the place…meaning the safe ain’t safe”
BoriRock – “La Vida”
Following-up BoriRock with an equally as impressive verse is Dun Dealy, who gracefully rides atop the Tremendiss production. The chemistry persistent between these two Boston rappers is overwhelmingly apparent, as both compliment one another’s stylistic elements perfectly. Major props to all parties involved, as this release is one of the best out of Massachusetts so far this year.
Watch the official music video for “La Vida” below: