“I am not a role model” Michael Christmas has never been afraid to be himself, and with “Not The Only One,” he fully embraces all of the imperfections that are an inescapable part of who he is. The Boston emcee’s nonchalant delivery fits in smoothly with Durkin’s mellow, jazzy production. Stream “Not The Only One” . . .
Denver emcee Supreme Ace teams up with Boston regular Michael Christmas for the silky smooth sounds of “Make A Play.” Jayze’s soul-sampling production provides an expressive, warm backdrop as both emcees drop verses focused on making moves for the better. Expect this to feature on Supreme Ace’s forthcoming Layovers in NYC project. Stream “Make A . . .
A lot of records involve the topic of money these days and that’s great and all, but I love it when an artist can get creative. Jay IDK is back with a new single called “My Wallet,” released a week before his The Empty Bank EP is set to come out. “My Wallet” features Boston’s . . .
Michael Christmas continues to have fun and make quality music in the process with his new EP release, Baggy Eyes. The Boston native might be the first person ever to have a song called “Drums Might Wake Ya Mama Up.” Guest appearances come from the likes of Polyester the Saint, $ilkmoney and Vintage Lee, and . . .
Michael Christmas keeps things laid back on the Lord Fubu-produced “Cell Phone.” The Boston native will release his Baggy Eyes EP on May 25th. The anti-cell phone, socially open song encourages people to enjoy the moment instead of being stuck scaring at a screen. Stream “Cell Phone” below.
With his Baggy Eyes EP on the way, Michael Christmas serves us “Get Up” produced by Durkin. Following up the recently released “Paranoid“, it’s a bit of a “Back Then” moment in his own right. Michael looks back on past criticisms and claps back with a fitting response, “Get up off my dick!” Stream “Get . . .
Michael Christmas allows us to hear some of the thoughts that keep him up at night on his latest drop, “Paranoid.” Soulful Tedd Boyd and Latrell James production serves as a fitting background for Michael’s mellow, nonchalant delivery. Michael told HNHH: “Sometimes when I try to go to sleep I imagine a huge show where . . .
After announcing that his debut album would hit the streets soon, Boston’s own Michael Christmas delivers the first single, titled “Shadows”, with production provided by Visionary Music Group’s 6ix. The upcoming project What A Weird Day drops October 23rd and is available via pre-order on iTunes. Stream “Shadows” below.
Boston up and comer Michael Christmas just announced that his debut album, What A Weird Day, will release on October 23rd. To enhance the announcement, he releases a video for the album’s first single, “Are You Around,” which features Polyester The Saint. Watch the video for “Are You Around” below.
Michael Christmas keeps it witty, quirky, and descriptive with his latest drop, “Who?” The Boston rapper sounds supremely comfortable delivering off-kilter metaphors and honest interpretations of his life over Qreamybeats production that sounds like it could have come from an old Scooby Doo episode. Stream “Who?” below.
Bostonian talent Michael Christmas celebrates his 21st birthday in style with “Home,” featuring production by Royal. You can’t help but empathize with Christmas, as he continues to do an excellent job of telling his story in a way that we can all relate to on basic levels. Stream “Home” below.
Boston native Michael Christmas connects with producer North Villah for “Pleasant Winter,” which is set to be featured on the Coverse Rubber Tracks holiday music EP, Noise To The World 2. Stream “Pleasant Winter” below.
Michael Christmas and Sir Michael Rocks aren’t playing around with “Bootleg Designer.” Well, maybe they are. The two team up for a thoroughly entertaining, Goodwin-produced track paying tribute to their individual, unique personal senses of style. Stream “Bootleg Designer” below.
Bostonians Avenue and Michael Christmas connect for “Friday,” a smooth riding record produced by Latrell James. Appropriately, the song includes actual clips from Friday the movie. Stream “Friday” below, and look for Avenue’s The Chandelier View to drop some time in November.
Tunji Ige turned a lot of heads with “Day2Day,” his debut single featuring fellow up-and-comers Michael Christmas and ILOVEMAKONNEN. It should come as no surprise that these three are involved in a very quirky, memorable video together. Look for Tunji’s The Love Project album to release in the near future. Watch the video for “Day2Day” . . .