T-Minus covers Summer issue of Urbanology Magazine [News]
Toronto, ON – Make sure you pick up the Summer issue of Urbanology Magazine covered by Canadian producer T-Minus. Along with a great story about T-Minus, the issue features JD Era, Death Row Records, the MuchMusic Video Awards, Statik Selektah & Termanology, Promise, DJ Lissa Monet, Theo3, Casey Veggies, Raz Fresco, Nyce and more. Pick up your copy of this issue at your nearest Chapters, Indigo, Coles, Gateway Newsstands, Wal-Mart, Mac’s Milk, Petro Canada, 7 11 or Barnes & Noble. More details about the features after the jump, along with the cover of the latest issue.
Urbanology Magazine founders Priya Ramanujam & Adrian McKenzie
Urbanology Magazine: Summer Issue 2012
Taken from UrbanologyMag.com
T-Minus | With hit after hit under his belt, Canadian producer T-Minus has all eyes on him as he reaches new heights in his young career. | Words By. Sean Watson + Photos By. Isa Ransome
JD Era | With the legendary Raekwon’s co-sign, JD Era is poised to be one of hip-hop’s next greatest emcees. Best part is he’s from the T-Dot. But he’s clear on one thing. Getting here wasn’t easy. He received no handouts. | Words By. Michelle Green + Photos By. Isa Ransome
Death Row Records | Co-Founder of the controversial 90s hip-hop record label, John Payne wants to be sure that the legacy lives on 2012 and beyond. Resurrecting Tupac for this year’s Coachella definitely caught people’s attention. Here he fills us in on what the journey’s been like so far and what other tricks he has up his sleeves. | Words By. Ranjit Dhatt
MuchMusic Video Awards | RapCity host T-RexXx dishes on this year’s MMVA excitement. | Words By. Samantha O’Connor + Photos By. Fitzroy Facey
Statik Selektah & Termanology | Samantha O’Connor gets Statik Selektah & Termanology to break down their latest work, 2012, track by track.
DJ Lissa Monet | Stylus Award Winner of Toronto DJ of the Year wants to be judged by her skills and nothing else. | Words By. Danian Walker + Photos By. Michelle Green
Theology 3 | After over a decade in the game Toronto’s Theology 3 is dropping a full-length album aiming to get the respect he deserves. | Words By. Samantha O’Connor + Photos By. Fitzroy Facey
Casey Veggies | The L.A. based rapper took a leap of faith and left the Odd Future collective and it’s been a steady climb upwards ever since. | Words By. Samantha O’Connor + Photos By. Fitzroy Facey
Raz Fresco | This issue’s Grindin’ feature is 17-year-old rapper/producer Raz Fresco. Read about how he puts in a grind beyond his time. | Words By. Samantha O’Connor + Photos By. Michelle Green
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