Wiill – Gold


Wiill releases the track and visuals for “Gold”; a personal identification of sanctuary in music that mirrors the comfort of religion. Directed by Stack Moses, credits with French Montana, B.O.B and Bigboi, he sets Wiill in California’s deserted land of Salvation Mountain and stained glass church to portray a religious aesthetic, while visualizing the sounds of the choir and organ.

Wiill is an up and coming artist originally from Los Angeles, California and raised in South Florida. As a rapper and a producer, Wiill’s music draws inspiration from lyrical and soul artists such as Chance the Rapper and Mac Miller, but also from his surrounding trap artists in the region.

Much of his early praise has likened him to the late Mac Miller. His sound ranges from West Coast Hip Hop to Southern Trap Music, and even from EDM to Lo-Fi music, a testament to his talent and diverse capabilities. Wiill has booked successful gigs and performances on both the east and west coasts, most notably at venues like Catch One LA and Brooklyn’s Social Butterfly.

As a new student at Boston College, Wiill has performed at various college and fraternity parties in his five month tenure. His music has been featured on the Spotify Billboard Hot 100 chart, FaZe Clan, and many other successful playlists.

Wiill currently works with an indie label out of Venice, California called Channel the Sun; an art, music, and lifestyle curator. He has also recently started working with Stack Moses, the talented and established videographer crediting with the likes of French Montana and similar standing artists, bringing Wiill’s music to life.

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