“Graffiti On The Moon” (listen/download)
Watley Yeltaw released a brand new single/video earlier this month. It’s titled “Graffiti On The Moon.” It’s a brief tune with clever lyrics and an odd yet cool vibe. The visuals bring the vibe to life in an interesting way. Take a peek below.
The video was put together by BRVE Productions. The piece opens with a glimpse of Watley outside meditating in the grass. Following the peaceful scene, things get a little ironic as Watley seems to be dealing with a lot of frustration. For example, he is shown in a room with a pen and notebook. It appears that he’s trying to get his creativity flowing but is struggling a bit. Another example would be him taking part in some aggressive activities outdoors. Like smashing a bottle off of cement blocks. In between all of the action, are some laid back solo shots of the Milwaukee emcee. The video ends full circle with the final view once again being Watley sitting in the grass and meditating. All in all, this was an innovative piece.
**My Two Cents: I thought this was an entertaining watch. I like the way that the video retained the unique aura of the track. Also, the song itself is pretty legit too. Watley has some fresh lines in this joint. If readers agree, the song can be downloaded for free via the provided link. And like the rest of us, the young emcee is always happy to have new followers on Twitter. So go ahead and show him some love. -MinM