By: Seamus Fay
Anyone who has been following Graduation music for some time now clearly knows the name Mizzie Ca$h. This Boston native has taken over headlines many times with a consistent supply of memorable singles, and today, he’s here to make his presence known yet again with a brand new offering entitled “BOTJ”. It’s been a short minute since we last heard new music from the young talent, but with his latest, Mizzie informs us all that not only is he “back on the juug” as the title denotes, but he’s better than ever, with an arsenal of hits to back it up.
Produced by Corey Lingo and iKnowShellz, “BOTJ” hits the ground running from the very opening notes by way of ominous yet mesmerizing melodies and a drum pattern that demands listeners to nod their heads. Each successive repetition of the beat feels more infectious than the last, and complemented by Mizzie’s street-inspired lyricism and confident stature, there’s no reason not to keep this single on repeat. The summer is just getting started, and one of Boston’s youngest stars is here to take over.
Listen to “BOTJ” at the link below:
By: Seamus Fay
In a hard-hitting display of both personality and powerful mic presence, New Hampshire artist Keanyon is here to make his Graduation Music debut with a new single titled “Gundam”. This song may be our first exposure to the rising talent and his wide range of unique skills, but considering the sound and charismatic deliveries on this one, I feel confident in saying that we have yet another artist to start paying attention to in 2018. Before we come to a full conclusion, however, let’s unpack the single and just agree that for Keanyon, the stocks are rising, and rightfully so.
Featuring production from none other than local producer IKnowShellz, “Gundam” takes fans to an aggressive place, allowing full capacity for Keanyon to come in and take over with his unforgiving personality. It conjoins a gritty display of inimitable cadences with a knocking beat, making for a banger of a release from the first second to the last. With this, the song acts as direct proof that Keanyon could potentially be yet another standout player in the New England scene, so I wouldn’t sleep on him anytime soon.
Listen to “Gundam” at the link below: