NyteXing. Maverick Da Roninn. By any name, Matthew Mosley continues to be one of, if not the most, prolific artists of any genre in the Lehigh Valley.
Album: Side Missions 2
Released: Feb. 22, 2018
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop/Nerdcore
Ever since changing his name from Maverick Da Roninn, NyteXing‘s music seems to have taken on a darker, more serious tone. That is definitely the case on somber new single, “Let It Go (Prod. by Jvst X).”
With the end of 2017 just mere hours away, it’s time to reflect.
For Bethlehem-based nerdcore rapper Maverick da Roninn, there’s plenty to be proud of heading into the New Year.
In his latest video from the “Gamers Interlude 2” mixtape, Maverick da Roninn and friends were able to squeeze in a friendly game of baseball.
While we continue to digest the many tracks recently presented on Maverick da Roninn‘s newest mixtape, “Gamers Interlude 2,” we’ve been treated to a music video featuring two of the album’s strongest tracks.
Saturday afternoon, WLVU: The Sound of The Underground opened its inaugural Summer Concert Series with Maverick da Roninn.
Taking an alternative approach to the hip hop genre, Maverick da Roninn is one of the hardest working artists in the Lehigh Valley, in any genre. He’s preparing to release his “Gamers Interlude 2” mixtape this summer, and, since the time of our interview, has dropped “Revenge of the Nice Guy.” #ROTNG
Maverick da Roninn joins us to talk about his upbringing, influences, and what it takes to keep the fans paying attention.
REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become (Opening theme)
Rawboss ft. Jael Johnson – Pieces
Maverick da Roninn –Shoma!!!
Maverick da Roninn – Game Over
Cee-Rock “The Fury” – YOWZAH
Don Jazz – All Day
Kara Hartzell & Zach Russack – Meadowlands
Alex Mery & The Townsmen – Lay Down Arms
Local nerdcore rapper Maverick da Roninn is preparing his “Gamers Interlude 2” release for this summer. Before that, though, he’s offered us some glimpses of the album.
Get ready for one more!
We’re not sure who Second Player Score is trying to convince that they are “Nobody’s Hero,” because the 11 tracks of versatile rock and roll they just released this week sure sound heroic to us.