Check out the Official Music Video for, ‘Holding Out’ by My Silent Bravery feat. Maurico
For years now, My Silent Bravery (Matthew Wade) has been recognized for being a storyteller, displaying braveness and coronary heart in his songs. But now, together with his newest video for “Holding Out” that includes Nashville rapper Maurico, he’s displaying us that he’s a fighter, too.
As an impartial artist, Matthew Wade has made his presence on the charts felt since he obtained his begin over a decade in the past. He’s partnered with award-winning producers like Mike Mangini, Peter Zizzo, Anthony Resta, Warren Huart, and most not too long ago, Jim McGorman on Willing to Try. Willing to Try, Chapter 1 landed three songs on the Billboard charts with every track hitting a number of charts. His single “18” peaked at #eight Digital Rock Song Sales, #28 Hot Rock Songs Chart, and #46 on Emerging Artist chart. He has additionally trended abroad on YouTube and charted on the highest 40 of the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Best-Sellers chart and Amazon’s Hot New Releases, whereas managing to stay victorious in various music award competitions. He’s toured often and performed lots of of exhibits with artists like Daughtry, Howie Day, Ryan Cabrera, and Aaron Carter, amongst many others.
Originally recognized for acoustic pop-rock songs, My Silent Bravery has begun to department out together with his sound. “Holding Out”, the primary single from the upcoming album Holding Out for Hope, options rapping verses from Maurico, which distinction with Wade’s candy however robust vocals. In the video, we see Maurico spitting his traces, whereas Wade stands in a boxing ring. They’re on the brink of battle, however not in opposition to one other individual. These fights are inside. Wade says about “Holding Out”, “The track to me is about HOPE! Never giving up. Being robust. Good issues are going to occur if you preserve combating for what you need. Great issues take time. Hope is stronger than worry. Don’t fear have religion that it’ll all work out and it’ll simply not possibly as you had deliberate it.”
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