Some think Wednesday's are boring, That's until Jarry Manna started Wave Wednesdays, which is a day that the artist Jarry Manna dropped exclusive content to his loyal fanbase. The Local Waver has seen some major success and all without a major deal. When we say major were talking about the million streams on Spotify. Yea, Major! You would think he has nothing left to prove right? Wrong. Jarry Manna is proving that if the majors won't open the door than the WAVE will get him to his beach. And as his recent release states, he's here to "Collect"!
Picking up from his EP HW3 (short for Holy Weapon 3) Jarry Manna dropped Collect from his Wave Wednesday collection of songs that was released earlier this year. Collect is Jarry Manna in his element. His use of melody, his flow, and his delivery all combine to create a sound that is truly like no other. This is the WAVE!
The video to Collect was shot by Native Mello and directed by Caleb Tyrrell. The video is a representation of the song in it's purest sense. As you can see different elements of the beat that influence the actual video such as; the Nintendo lettering and animation seen throughout. He even does a slight stunt as he holds his Supreme bag which lets his haters know that he's living these lyrics and more importantly. He's in his bag.
So sit back and watch the Local Waver Jarry Mana.
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With the 3rd Annual World Culture Music Festival coming up I thought it would be a great idea to get to know some of the artist that are set to perform. Especially with 50+ acts scheduled. First up is Heezy Made Yungin who has recently released a video called "Bounce Out With That".
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“Why do you rap and love hip hop?” “I just feel like me when I am rapping,” he said. It was during an interview with Whip Key Media that Deezy explained why he got in to hip hop(Interview here). After reading the article you get a feel for “why” or rather “who” Deezy is. And it’s this same narrative about his love for hip hop and why he loves it so much that can be heard throughout his music. As a an artist his successes have been his, and just so his failures have been his as well. But through it all he has kept swinging fences. And It’s with his latest single “Rollin’” that Deezy is taking his next at bat in hopes of delivering a home run hit.