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"NIGH AT THE MUSEUM"

MOsley WOtta drops a new video in prep for his upcoming EP

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Sound the alarm—we're getting new music from MOsley WOtta. In a post on his Facebook today, the man also known as Jason Graham let the people know his new EP "This IS (Not) All There IS" will be dropping on February 2.

To boot, Graham also released a new music video for his song "NIGH AT THE MUSEUM" to give us a taste of what's yet to come.


Filmed at the High Desert Museum, the video features Graham and producer/engineer Colten Tyler Williams, the mind behind Oxiliary Recording Studios in Sisters.

The track itself is a lyrical showcase of Graham's flow. He changes up his cadence multiple times throughout the track, morphing his voice along with the mellow beat from Williams. And these aren't basic raps, either—Graham basically makes you double-take as the words fall out of his mouth. If you want to pre-save "This IS (Not) All There IS" on Spotify, you can do so here.

I can't wait to hear what the rest of the EP brings, but judging from this track it sounds like Graham is on a mission. 

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