Artist Blog

"Rockstar" - Young Piff Young Piff truly is the human equivalent of a Monster Energy Drink. MASTR Productions first crossed paths with the young superstar in 2018 when one of Piff’s skit videos went ultra-viral. Since then, “That Kid” Young Piff has put more stake in to his rap career, and is specializing in the hardest, most aggressive rap he can invoke.One of the things I admire most about Young Piff is his steadfastness towards
"Nomad" - E Moreland Sometimes you know right off the bat if someone’s “got it” or not. It’s virtually unanimous with everyone in the MASTR Productions community that E Moreland has some of the best raw talent around.E Moreland’s natural proclivity towards catchy melodies, his beat selection, and his understanding of rhythm and flow puts him immediately in the spotlight. Rudy and I have seen E Moreland catch fire in the past few months, and
"Let Me Down" - RudyWade Allow me to introduce you to one of the most versatile artists on the North Shore of Boston. Some of you might know him as the tracking engineer at MASTR Productions! RudyWade just dropped his new single, “Let Me Down” on all platforms, but more importantly, this music drop comes with a music video!One of a Kind Visuals has done it again with a beautiful retro-style cinematic masterpiece. He even
"Messages" - 4onzii I can confidently say that my friend, 4onzii, is one of the most creative individuals I have ever come across. His vocals are… always compelling, to say the least. “Messages” is a prime example of his creativity, and once again, One of a Kind Visuals absolutely nails the video production.4onzii’s lyrics hit smooth as butter, rich with thematic embodiments of his inner monologue, creatively wrapped in a poetic, eerie, atmospheric aura. The
"Legacy" - Johnny Nash What’s the difference between an artist and someone who recreationally makes music? It boils down to dedication to one’s own vision. Johnny Nash has been associated with MASTR Productions since 2019, and was part of the original group of people who supported the studio enough that their engineer Jon could ditch his “real” job and commit to the music just as wholeheartedly as the artists who worked at his studio.Fast forward

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