Randolph’s Lance Jackson has been on fire as of late — with his string of stellar releases only being furthered as he slides on some Ricky Felix production for his latest track, “Museum”.
The feeling that’s derived from this song is comparable to suddenly having a 70 degree day in the midst of January. Just when you need that warmth and positivity more than ever, Lance swoops in to deliver some heat. From both a sonic and lyrical standpoint, Lance Jackson manages to fill his listeners’ ears with a heartwarming reminder that we all have purpose and should be striving toward greatness:
“Life’s hard of course, I can’t argue that,
I find peace knowing this a process, I thank God for that”
Lance Jackson – “Museum”
Helping to take this release to an even further height is videographer, Colin Pagnoni, who’s proven to be one of the most capable in his craft throughout Massachusetts. His work continuously showcases the talent prevalent within the Bay State, and this theme remains relevant on “Museum”.
Watch the official music video for “Museum” at the link below:
If there exists any artist that embodies the value of self-improvement, it has to be Lance Jackson. Every new release from this rising talent showcases a noticeable bout of refined artistry, and today, Jackson is here on Graduation Music to show us the result of all of his hard work with a brand new single entitled “Lifeline”. And trust me, if you weren’t hip to Randolph’s own before now, this is the song that will undoubtedly get you hooked.
Produced by Auntie004, this song acts most impactfully as a testament towards the sonic direction that Lance Jackson’s career is pointing in. He makes unique, alluring music that listeners can connect to with ease, and amidst knocking drums, dense lyricism, and charismatic deliveries, there truly isn’t a low point in “Lifeline”. The song is both entertaining and highly passionate, so be sure to show some love to one of the most promising young acts in MA right now.
As two of MA’s most promising hidden gems, Xander and Lance Jackson have quickly become standout artists to look out for in 2018 based on the infectious releases they put out last year. Each of the two holds an alluring confidence while on the mic, and when matched with the natural vocal talents that they have, it’s a wrap every time. Today, the Randolph natives are back on our pages with their latest collaborative single, “Peach”, and it’s certainly nothing to sleep on.
Laced with hypnotic, synth-led production from $tashtheWave, the energy on this single is present from the first second to the last. At no point does it drop off, as Jackson and Xander hold up their ends of the deal with intoxicating verses and ambitious lyricism to match with the emphatic melodies. Overall, “Peach” is a personal favorite coming out of Randolph, and sonically, this one comes right from the sweet spot for all three of these artists. Don’t sleep, give Xander and Lance Jackson’s latest offering a listen below.
All I can say is wow. Randolph native Lance Jackson recently dropped a new single titled “Alright” featuring Graduation Music frequent flyer, Austin Fair, and in all honesty, this is one of the best tracks of 2018 so far. It grabs the complementary styles of each of these two artists and adds it to undoubtedly one of my favorite Humbeats production placements as of yet, making for a potential hit that is already proving to do quite well in its first few days out. The sound of this one is sonically just on par with where each young talent thrives and it is clear through the chemistry exhibited on “Alright” that everyone hit their sweet spot.
However, the sound of this single wasn’t the only aspect that caused me to gravitate towards the standout track. Additionally, the subject matter on this one turns it from just a banger into an anthem – an anthem for both the lows and the highs, the failures and the successes, the ups and the downs. Whether you’ve been winning in 2018 so far or it doesn’t feel like it’s going to be your year, Jackson and Fair are here to remind you that everything’s going to be alright either way. Having said that, be sure to show some love and check out the new song below!