Michael Christmas is one of the city's most promising rappers with a growing fan base
Updated: Jul 15, 2020
Born and raised in Boston, Christmas broke into the national hip-hop scene in early 2014 that landed him in back-to-back tours with Logic and Mac Miller.
His debut mixtape Is This Art? gave Christmas a lot of attention which was followed in 2015 by his sophomore project 'What a Weird Day'. The album drew national critical acclaim from the likes of Complex, Fader, VICE, XXL, MTV (who dubbed him your favorite every-dude rapper"). Christmas has been a consistent presence on the live circuit ever since, highlighted by a standout performance at Lollapalooza in 2017, the opening slot on What So Not's sold-out US tour, and guest appearances on Foold Gold DAY OFF shows that teased his signing the beloved Brooklyn indie label. Christmas has honed his lyrical talents and immensely charismatic presentation on the road, and channeled it all in the studio while taking the time to perfect his craft.
Michael once said in an interview that he wants to be recognized at the John Belushi of Hip-hop. Michael released his last single called “Clocks” which was produced by Keef.