[PREMIERE] Najji Xantana – “Pacino” [Official Music Video]

By: Shamus Hill

Najji Xantana makes his first appearance on the Graduation Music site today with the official music video for “Pacino”.

“Pacino” is a mesmerizing offering that takes its influence from Al Pacino’s Tony Montana character in Scarface. Full of boisterous, braggadocios bars that are delivered in a truly otherworldly fashion — “Pacino” is a highly addictive release that’ll have listeners continuously coming back for more. Whether it’s your first time listening to the song or you’re 100th, “Pacino” seemingly never loses its touch and hits every single time.

Both Ryan Joaquin and Imani Pina put their best foot forward here in order add an additional layer of lovability to “Pacino”, with this release being Najji Xantana’s first official music video. Yet another example of the plethora of talent currently present within the state of Massachusetts, show Najji Xantana some love as I’m sure this won’t be the last time that we hear from him.

Watch the official music video for “Pacino” below:

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Maka – “Live In Boston” [Official Music Video]

By: Shamus Hill

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:

Shot/Directed by Henry McGowan (Pinkslip Films)

Edited by Imani Pina

Produced by Maka