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Boston, Massachusetts, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2018 | INDIE | AFTRA

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | INDIE | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 2018
Solo Hip Hop R&B




"Swooli Displays The Beauty of Youth in his Visual, "Millennial 20s""

Swooli gives youthfulness a simplistic glow in his newest video, "Millennial 20s," with an excellent visual presentation, warm, colorful lighting, and nostalgic emotion.

Swooli's hit song receives significant radio play. Simultaneously, there are two young adults swiftly running around, passing out flyers to the late artist's performance of the hit song. The flyers eventually get noticed by elders who are curious to know what a "Swooli" is and what makes him so unique. It turns out, Swooli is what they need to allow them to appreciate the moment of "now." He motivates everyone to take things one day at a time as we navigate through this crazy thing called "life."

Watch the visual right here via YouTube.
You can also stream this song on our bckgrnd. playlist. - Bckgrnd

"The Roaring '20s' Show Preview"

Swooli’s “Millennial 20s” dropped towards the end of this past September, and is an excellent preview of what fans will see this Monday, as the music video literally shows Swooli performing with natural grace. He relays an infectious energy throughout each of his songs, and this feeling will only be amplified once he touches the stage at the Brighton Music Hall. - graduationmusic

"Swooli - 240,000"

If you’ve been following us on Graduation Music for some time now, “Swooli” is a name that you have undoubtedly stumbled across at least once or twice. Even if you haven’t heard of him, today is the perfect day for an introduction, as this Boston talent is here on our pages to deliver his latest offering, a single entitled “240,000”. Acting as the perfect testament to the songwriting and vocal styles that set Swooli apart from the pack, this track tells you everything you need to know about the young talent, all packaged within about 3 minutes of smooth sounds and infectious verses.

“240,000” is produced by none other than Eris, and fitting in with the atmospheric themes featured in the song, the instrumental of this one plays on the hypnotic effects of Swooli’s vocals with a complementary touch. The artist-producer chemistry is on full display here, and by taking this sound and enhancing it with his own stylistic choices, the Boston singer shows us that he’s ready to get his sound out there, and deservedly so. This is yet another solid single to add to a string of well-rounded releases for Swooli, so be sure not to sleep. - graduationmusic

"$wooli ft. Rachel Aiello - "Rainy Days""

$wooli is one of the many talents coming out of Boston right now, and he truly showcases that talent alongside Rachel Aiello in “Rainy Days”. The track showcases his struggle between being an artist and maintaining a relationship, which, as $wooli details, ultimately doesn’t end up working out in this case. While I was not familiar with any of Rachel Aiello’s music prior, the pair really came through for us on the hook, making the song extremely catchy and lending it quite a bit of replay value.

Through his music, $wooli is able to string together what he’s experienced in life thus far, and being a young adult, a lot of these struggles are relatable. A friend of mine got me hip to $wooli during December of last year, and for the months following I was bumping his track “Zoning” constantly. I’m a little upset with myself for not listening to “Rainy Days” sooner, but either way, it’s one of the dopest songs that I came across this past week. Show some love to $wooli and bump “Rainy Days” below. - graduationmusic


Pink Skies, Polaroids, and Some Flavors
Watched It Burn (It Was Dumb it)
100 Reasons
Millennial 20s
Forever Summer
High Life
Break Down
Rainy Days
Carpet Dreaming



Swooli is a crooner, rapper, songwriter who's music favors a blend of alternative hip hop, r&b, and funk. A sonic smoothie that provides a hypnotizing experience for those indulging. A “Digital High” he coins it.