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Premiere: Bane celebrates his birthday by linking with Ty Senoj for “Blood On My Hands”

Brampton, ON – In celebration of his birthday today, Brampton-based Paranoia World artist Bane linked with Ty Senoj and Edeez for this new record titled “Blood On My Hands.”

Sticking to his dark, murky M.O., Bane delivers a slapper of a song to show us what he’s gearing up for in 2017. This is on some lone wolf, solo dolo mentality. Bane’s got his knife and fork ready and he knows that he can’t trust anybody at this point. Ty Senoj makes his appearance on the ad-libs, but the rest of the track is all Bane.

Listen to the premiere of “Blood On My Hands” below, and scope our Q&A with Bane after the jump. Make sure you go wish the guy a happy birthday, too!

Premiere: Bane celebrates his birthday by teaming up with Ty Senoj for


Q&A: Bane

Premiere: Bane celebrates his birthday by teaming up with Ty Senoj for

“Where I grew up you’re taught to not trust any new faces.”
-Bane

HipHopCanada: Start off by telling me what this song means to you.

Bane: This song’s really just about the life on the Westend and not trusting no new faces; keeping real to your real dogs. And that’s it.

HipHopCanada: Tell me how your collaboration with Ty came about for this track and why you opted to work together.

Bane: Me and Ty met last summer and been homies since then. That’s literally my big bro. We got a few songs in the archives, but yeah… me and Ty are mad cool. It was so easy to make this song together. We connect really well.

HipHopCanada: Explain the title “Blood On My Hands” to me.

Bane: In the song I say “I took the money out the safe to whip the blood on my hands”; meaning I’m up now and ready to body all the no name artists. Just a more smarter way to say I’m not really playing this year.

HipHopCanada: “They say I’m paranoid/ But I’m just way too cautious.” It feels like a lot of this song centres around the fact that you can’t really trust anyone.

Bane: Where I grew up you’re taught to not trust any new faces. So this is just another saying I’ve been told all my life. People might think I’m crazy ’cause I don’t even liking greeting new people properly. But that’s the way I was taught, you know?

HipHopCanada: Who produced this track and how did that come about?

Bane: The producer is Edeez. He’s on the Paranoia World roster. But yeah… expect a lot of work from us this year. We got a few project on ice cooling for this year. He’s a beast.

HipHopCanada: Summarize the year 2016 for me. What was your highlight, and what was the low point? And what are you cooking up for 2017?

Bane: 2016 for me was a real hard year. Had a lot of personal problems and had to take some time off from making music. But I’m back and better; ready to deal with 2017 head on. Dear Westend, Love Jahlayah project set to drop mid-spring. I’m really back and ready.


Twitter: @BanePW

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