Upcoming New York recording artist SkipperBoy premieres his visual “Buster” directed and shot by WhyCueTV. The dark cinematic video was shot in the streets of Peekskill, NY and has been gaining some traction ever since. The melodic single speaks on SkipperBoy and his trust issues with females and friends upon elevating. SkipperBoy, whose real name is Erik Bond, has been making music for over a decade now with many released singles.
Starting his career in 2010. He quickly caught the ears of many DJs like DJ Lazy K, Whoo Kid, and the late DJ Diggz. Having an ear for music, SkipperBoy can instantly hear a radio classic. The artistry inside SkipperBoy doesn’t allow him to stay confined to one type of genre. He’s influenced by Rock, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul and the list goes on. He is the definition of what it means to be innately hip-hop, as evidenced by his mastery of music which was primarily self-taught.
In 2018, he released his debut single “Let’s Go” following up with the release of his first rebranded EP “SkipperDaGoat” which is self explanatory. Fast forward to 2020 he released a joint project with Roswell Gray titled Rosboy. SkipperBoy has dropped several singles over the last year including Silhouette, Shake Dat, Message, Entanglement, Stand Up produced by NickJrOnTheBeat & The Compilation (2.0) EP with his brother Lou Costello. Watch SkipperBoy’s Buster and stream his singles on all platforms now.