Edmonton rapper Cadence Weapon releases Hope In Dirty City on May 29 [News]
Montreal, QC – If you hadn’t heard, earlier in the year reports leaked that Edmonton-native Cadence Weapon had abandoned his long-awaited Roquentin album. Instead, Cadence, born Rollie Pemberton, will be releasing his third studio album, Hope In Dirt City, on Tuesday, May 29th. He told the Edmonton Journal: “Yeah, I decided to change the name. The content has also shifted over time. All I can say is I’ll finally put out a new album this year.”
The Grimes-produced “88” was originally released through Twitter a few months back but it was unclear if the song was going to be included on Hope In Dirt City. Cadence’s relocation to Montreal is really starting to expand. The video for “Conditioning” was filmed in some of the cities more recognizable landmarks. On June 25, Cadence will be playing La Sala Rossa with Japanroids, whom he’ll be embarking on a lengthy tour with throughout the U.K. and U.S. Stay tuned to HipHopCanada for more Cadence Weapon.