Boslen Unleashes GONZO Era With Unrelenting “Levels” Music Video

Boslen unveils the music video for “LEVELS”—the unrelenting first single from his forthcoming project, GONZO, due later this year from Chaos Club Digital/Capitol Records. The flex-filled experimental alt hip-hop track shows a vigorous side of Boslen following his debut album DUSK to DAWN. Battle-tested, the genre-obliterating artist is more energized than ever. That’s also reflected in the cinematic music video directed by Talha Pervaiz and executive produced by Natasha Dion.

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Boslen Releases Moody Visual “Nightfall”

The genre-obliterating artist Boslen returns with a cinematic, visceral music video for “NIGHTFALL. The trap-infused track, which sports a stunning feature from rising South Carolina artist Dro Kenji, is the final song to get the video treatment from his debut album DUSK to DAWNwhich came out in August via Chaos Club Digital/Capitol Records.

The moody “NIGHTFALL” visual directed by Mike Tate and executive produced by Natasha Dion was filmed in Los Angeles, but feels as if it takes place in a hazy, red-tinged underworld.

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Boslen Releases Music Video For “FORSAKEN” Featuring Vory

Vancouver-bred genre-defying artist Boslen unveils the music video for “FORSAKEN (feat. Vory).” It stands out as the latest highlight from his tastemaker-praised debut album, DUSK to DAWN —out now via Chaos Club Digital / Capitol RecordsListen HERE.

“The “FORSAKEN” music video is the visual representation of an unfiltered tormenting battle that I and many others face when seeing the end of a relationship before it arrives.” – Boslen

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Boslen Drops New Video For “QUARTZ” Featuring Charmaine

Vancouver-bred alt-hip-hop newcomer Boslen shares the ferocious video for “QUARTZ.” Featuring Zimbabwe-born rapper Charmaine“QUARTZ” is the third single released from Boslen’s forthcoming debut album DUSK to DAWN, due out later this year. Watch the Natasha Dion directed and produced video HERE. The video showcases the new Canadian wave with the upcoming artists cruising in their luxurious cars putting on for both Vancouver and Toronto.

Boslen Releases Fierce New Single “QUARTZ” Feat. Charmaine

Today, Vancouver-bred alt-hip-hop newcomer Boslen shares his latest single, a hard-hitting and hypnotic track called “QUARTZ.” Featuring Zimbabwe-born rapper Charmaine“QUARTZ” is the third single released from Boslen’s forthcoming debut album DUSK to DAWN, due out later this year. Listen to “QUARTZ” HERE.   

“”QUARTZ” is built on an aggressive rhythm. It’s one of my best flows. Charmaine and I let loose and this song bridges the gap between Toronto and Vancouver’s music scene. “Produced by justsayinStoopid Lou, and Dalton“QUARTZ” is the latest offering from a fast-rising artist with a proven track record of boldly defying genre boundaries. This time around, the 22-year-old phenomenon delivers one of his most formidable tracks to date, showing the full force of his commanding vocals and expert wordplay (“Never needed/No coke/Or pills/Or fat lines/Jokes on you I’m too high…I got the dopamine in my mind”). As “QUARTZ” unfolds in sinister textures and brilliantly warped beats, Charmaine slides in and shows off the fiercely magnetic vocal presence previously glimpsed on her unstoppable debut single “BOLD.”

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Eva Shaw x Kris The $pirit x Boslen – “40 Bandz”

Eva Shaw connects with Kris The $pirit and Boslen for a new single titled “40 Bandz.” The record is a unique mix of Hip-Hop and synth-bass driven beats, that also brings a futuristic feel and heavy, rhythmic groove. The chemistry betweenthe Canadian trio is undeniable as well.

Boslen Releases Intimate Video For Punk-Pop Anthem “Deny” Featuring Tyla Yaweh

Rising Vancouver hip-hop experimenter Boslen returns today with a video for his recent boundary-pushing single, “DENY.” Watch here. The track, which features Los Angeles artist Tyla Yaweh, is a painful and stern introspection on denial and its visual depicts the emotional complexities of a relationship gone astray.  Directed by Bailey Wood and Natasha Dion, the video finds Boslen surveying a raucous house party, frozen in time. He moves through the crowd, observing the split-second decisions that can make or break relationships. The lyrics hit especially hard as Boslen works his way through a group of people he can’t interact with. “How did I go wrong?” he croons. “You was on the run, I was left by myself.” The allure and temptations of party life are amusing, but all those fun distractions can’t mend a broken heart, as the clip’s ending shows.

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