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:
Following his feature on Zoë with 2 Dots’ “Orwell”, LEECH is back on the Graduation Music site today with an intriguing visual for his brand new song “Cash Nap”.
Centered around some of the struggles that young artists encounter towards the beginning of their career — LEECH makes use of an unconventional, yet captivating delivery that’s represented wonderfully in the music video. While he may be considered a “newcomer” within the Boston music scene, LEECH been making heavy strides that suggest that he’s going to remain a notable figure here. If you’ve yet to listen to any of his music yet, this serves as the perfect opportunity to change that.
Watch the official music video for “Cash Nap” below:
Jack Karowak’s Treehouse Audioproved to be one of the most illustrious projects to come out of Massachusetts in 2018. Today — he returns to the Graduation Music site with the Xandros-directed visual for his reflective track “Quicksand”.
The pair combined their skillsets for the release of the official music video for “Medicine” earlier this year, and much like that drop, Xandros successfully injects additional layers of lovability into the already stunning song. This video is one of our favorites to come out this year, so be sure to give it your full attention.
Watch the official music video for “Quicksand” below:
In honor of his birthday this past Saturday, Honeyfitz unleashed the official music video for his brand new song “4AM/Same Time Pt. 2”.
The Western Massachusetts native has spent the majority of his last few months working alongside Gabe Gill in their group Deadmall — with this solo-release serving as Honeyfitz’s first of the year.
“4AM/Same Time Pt. 2” circulates around the closing of a lasting relationship. With the feeling of solidarity lurking around the corner, Honeyfitz speaks on the fear of fighting his sorrows by himself. While he may hold regrets with regard to past decision-making — he’s understanding of the fact that he can only control so much in this world, and utilizes this mentality to proceed forward with life.
Watch the official music video for “4AM/Same Time Pt. 2” below:
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.