With his latest visual for “GLORY,” Atlanta musician XION MCKNIGHT shows up and shows out. The uniquely shot visual showcases the creativity of exactly what XION has been able to build thus far in his music career. He’s someone who is always striving to better himself and show the world what he’s capable of, and it shows in his music. He raps over a hard-hitting beat in the video/song, which may be regarded as melodious. The video was recorded throughout the day on a field with 18-wheelers to fit the words of the song.
XION distinguishes himself from his colleagues with a constant flow and distinct sound. Xion mentioned in a recent interview that he is a firm believer in being conscious of what you are sending out into the world, and that he is here to materialize his success. His sound may be defined as “melodic, spiritual, uplifting, and emotive,” and his music is unquestionably conscious, poetic, and creative.
On “GLORY,” XION MCKNIGHT goes introspective, demonstrating why he started a career in music in the first place.
“It’s all I know,” XION MCKNIGHT said when asked what encouraged him to pursue a career in music. I know I was born to do it because it’s in my blood.”
Kanye West, Saint Jhn, RMR, Travis Scott, are among his main inspirations and it definitely shows in his music. XION is an artist that is continuously pushing the narrative and carving his own road in music, so it’s easy to understand where he gets his creative ideas. His video for “GLORY” just adds to his ability to wow listeners with his narrative abilities and consistency in releasing songs.
His potential is obvious, and he should be on your radar because of his consistency and ability to stay inventive, which helps him stand out from the crowd. It’s no doubt that he will have more music coming in the near future, because his work ethic is one of the main things that stands out for him.
Take a look at the video for “GLORY” below. Be sure to also connect with XION MCKNIGHT on all social media platforms as you’ll want to make sure to stay tuned in to his journey.
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