By: Shamus Hill
Van Buren Records seemingly never sleeps, as the collective releases new material at a rate that mimics the speed of light. Once again, the Brockton-based collective of creatives makes their way back onto the MMR airwaves, this time with Jiles' music video for "Free Lunch".
This track, which comes off of Jiles' It's Not Much, But It's Mine (Deluxe), features Jiles rapping alongside many of Van Buren's affiliates. Equipped with shots in both Boston and Brockton, Jiles' latest visual puts the state of Massachusetts at the forefront.
Jiles' artistry is extremely gritty, and doesn't shy away from any of what he's endured throughout his life. He's always shown his authentic self, which has been something that has truly assisted him with respect to the construction of his fanbase. He speaks on behalf of many from both Brockton, and other communities across the United States, and their experiences.
Quite literally making music for a greater purpose than simply himself, Jiles is an artist that you should really be listening to right now.
Watch the official music video for "Free Lunch" below: