$ean Wire – “Blue” [Prod. Tropicana Bwoy]

$ean Wire – “Blue” [Prod. Tropicana Bwoy]

By: Seamus Fay

Just days after the release of his latest phenomenal single, “Sincerely“, $ean Wire is already back to take over headlines today with a brand new single entitled “Blue”. With this track, he displays an incredibly promising direction of creativity, utilizing the immense talents of Tropicana Bwoy to orchestrate things from behind the boards. Needless to say, “Blue” is concise yet entertaining in its approach, and as it goes, Wire has done it again.

Delving a bit further into this one, the mention of a color in the title of a song always contextualizes its sound before fans even click play. In the case of Wire’s latest, he matches the moody, emotional tones of blue that one might expect, attacking this identity from both lyrical and sonic standpoints that make for a noticeably well-executed single. “Blue” is sure to keep Wire’s recent win streak alive, so be sure to show some love and check it out at the link below!

$ean Wire – “Sincerely” [Prod. Tropicana Bwoy]

$ean Wire – “Sincerely” [Prod. Tropicana Bwoy]

By: Seamus Fay

$ean Wire is one of those rare cases of an artist that doesn’t need to say much in order to speak volumes with his lyricism. His stories are simplistic but infinitely touching, and with the tint of soul that marks his signature style, this rising talent never fails to grab the listener’s attention and keep it, entirely undistracted for the duration of the song. Today, bringing his talents back into the spotlight, $ean Wire is here with a gorgeous new single entitled “Sincerely”, produced by Tropicana Bwoy.

As the title denotes, this song perfectly embodies sincerity. Wire speaks his mind on a plethora of issues and obstacles of life, and embedded with a mistrust that carries across the entire song, “Sincerely” proves to be a universally-applicable offering. In addition, given the fact that this is the MA native’s first release in quite some time, it’s important to note the development that Wire has undergone since we last heard him. As always, he’s taking his naturally-impressive talents to the next level, allowing for fans to witness this growth and fully embrace it. 

“Sincerely” is an impeccable track, so be sure to show some love and check it out at the link below:

The Top 50 New England Songs of 2017

The Top 50 New England Songs of 2017

By: Seamus Fay

Looking back, 2017 was a year of immense growth for New England and specifically Massachusetts’ budding music scene. We were fortunate enough to see the rise of many new talents as well as watch some of the more established artists prosper in their own ways, and frankly, it was inspiring to us to see the work that the artists, the producers, the photographers, the graphic designers, the mixers, the managers, etc. have been putting in. Without all of these people playing their respective roles, our scene wouldn’t be where it is today.

Having said that, we here at Graduation Music collaborated with Fresh Out The Mint to compile a list of the “Top 50 New England Songs of 2017” (in our humble opinion). Below is the playlist of all the tracks – enjoy!

Thank you sincerely to everyone for supporting us throughout 2017 and making our first full year as a blog a successful one. We greatly appreciate all the love and can’t wait to show you what we have in store for 2018.  

  • Young Seuss – “123”
  • Big Leano – “Broke” [Prod. Tee-WaTT]
  • Vintage Lee – “Bless You” [Prod. Jew Paidro]
  • Millyz – “Lessons” [Prod. Achillies]
  • VALLEY – “Atari” [Prod. Stoop Kid]
  • Caliph & Jefe Replay – “The Mood” [Prod. Obeatz]
  • MyCompiledThoughts – “Romeo and Juliet”
  • Cousin Stizz – “Lambo”
  • DJ Lucas – “Doubt”
  • Lonny X – “Believe It” [Prod. Gravez]
  • Juxi – “Leave Me Alone” [Prod. Banbwoi]
  • Jiggz – “Excuses” [Prod. digitLIX]
  • KREW$ – “Dog Days” [Prod. DMND]
  • RAMS – “Disease!” [Prod. Maka]
  • Rothstein – “Jaded” ft. Supa Bwe [Prod. Shepard]
  • Patrick Michel – “Perfect” [Prod. GrandCruu]
  • Alejandro Blanco – “Give It To Her” [Prod. TFresh & SSB]
  • Jefe Replay – “Stay Ugly” [Prod. Humbeats]
  • Mizzie Cash – “Maneuvering” [Prod. Rob $urreal]
  • Lord Felix – “Power” ft. Marvelous Stefan [Prod. LoLoTheGod]
  • Plad Fine$$e – “Cheese” [Prod. 4oTo Roles]
  • Maye Star – “Adjacent” ft. CH!LD [Prod. Sevnth]
  • WHYTRI – “XURWIFI (Remix) ft. Lily Rayne [Prod. Cecil]
  • Stripes iii – “Henny Down” [Prod. K.C.B.]
  • Khary – “1-800-IDGAF” [Prod. Cloud Atrium]
  • SuperSmashBroz – “Replay Interlude” ft. Jefe Replay [Prod. LDG]
  • Michael Christmas – “Not The Only One” ft. Tobi Lou [Prod. Durkin]
  • $ean Wire – “Moonlight” [Prod. Tropicana Bwoy]
  • Pistola – “Jokes On You” [Prod. Stoop Kid]
  • CAVE – “Who’s Next” [Prod. Maka]
  • Maka & Durkin – “Waterworld”
  • Gio Dee – “Buzz Lightyear” [Prod. MLVN]
  • Humbeats – “Monday” ft. Austin Fair & TeaMarrr
  • StupidGenius – “Palm Trees” ft. Capito [Prod. Lil Rich & Gruca]
  • Garrett Merk – “Simple” [Prod. Frace]
  • Danny Diamonds – “Can’t Talk”
  • Gogo – “Cocaina”
  • Polo $ummers – “$ad Boi” [Prod. WaVe GoD]
  • SuperSmashBroz – “Still” ft. Big Leano & Vintage Lee [Prod. Tee-WaTT]
  • Haasan Barclay – “Live For You”
  • CHE – “Thii”
  • Avenue – “Ain’t Shit Funny” (Remix) ft. Prano, Millyz, Le$, Al-Doe & Chase N Cashe
  • Donald Grunge – “Shade” [Prod. Maka]
  • Boogie Da God – “Get Well Soon” ft. Jefe Replay
  • Marvelous Stefan – “Double Tap!” ft. Saint Lyor [Prod. Trevor Powers]
  • Black EL – “Another Dose” [Prod. Durkin]
  • $wooli – “Rainy Days” ft. Rachel Aiello
  • Rosewood Bape – “Miss Me” [Prod. Kin Rich]
  • TeaMarrr – “The One” [Prod. Ky Thompson & Keith Bell]
  • Michael Christmas – “Top Turnbuckle” ft. OG Swaggerdick