Toronto, ON – Sese speaks on The Frieza Saga, digs deep into co-signs and talks about his final form on The That’s It Show.
Ottawa, ON – Back with more new music from Bigg Ceaser, representing TDMG. This is Day 4 and Day 5 of his 30 Songs in 30 Songs in 30 Days Part 2 campaign. Day 4 is “Rush On You” and Day 5, released earlier today, is the Vnchy-assisted “My Brother’s Keeper.” You can check out both new releases below or click here to take in Days 1 through 3.
Ceaser has made serious contributions to the Ottawa scene over the years and he’s got a ton in the works. His story is one we hope to tell soon with an interview we’re looking to line up. Stay tuned for that. For now, take in the new tunes and look for even more new stuff from Ceaser tomorrow and the next 23 days thereafter.
Bigg Ceaser – Rush On You
Sault Ste. Marie, ON – New music from your boy Don Mulatto. “I Just” features Young Mac (aka Mcevoy) and production by CashMoneyAp. You can peep it below.
The post also contains the trailer for for Donny’s Frank Douglas-directed “Snooze” video. The single was produced by Deko and featured as our Song of the Day back on September 14.
HipHopCanada recently featured an exclusive interview with Donny discussing the Sault Ste. Marie scene, ATL, his come up, forthcoming projects and more. Click here to check it out.
Brampton, ON – Up-and-coming Brampton artist Mooky recently released his accompanying video for the track “Nominee For Most Passive-Aggressive“.
It’s been a minute since the song came out at the very beginning of 2015. But I’m glad the song is finally getting proper video treatment. As soon as that opening line comes through, I’m done: “Just open up and let him in/ 20 on the lettermen/ Yo ’cause he’s a veteran/ Send a dollar his way/ ‘Cause he ain’t seen a pension or benefit since 08’/ Fresh without the colgate.”
The video was directed by Omar Nolehce, and the song was produced by Vulfpeck. Check it out after the jump.
Toronto, ON – Don’t miss the dope new self-directed video from multi-talented Toronto hip-hop artist, RodZilla. “Myself, I” was produced by HP and released through Pro League Records. Peep it after the jump. RodZilla’s 2013 album, The New 416 is available on iTunes.
“MySelf, I” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day.
Scugog, ON – Up-and-comer Dave Mac has released new Captured Photography and Film-directed visuals paying homage to Canadian television icon, “Ed The Sock.” The single, named after the green-haired-scowl-wearing-cigar-smoking puppet, was produced by Leeyou & Danceey and mixed by AC Productions. You can find the tune on Mac’s Turn My Back album, released to iTunes and other outlets back on June 25.
Mac certainly came correct with the song’s visual support, ensuring that the famous TV personality would be featured in the video, front and centre. And with the insults Ed hurls out you’d almost think you were watching one of his old Fromage specials. And, funny enough, Ed just acknowledged the video on Twitter with a similar thought: “Wow, a Fromage video I’m actually in. I will be addressing this on my EveryJoe.com show on Tuesday.” Much respect to Dave Mac for including this bit of self-deprecating humor… gave the video another level of authenticity.
Toronto, ON – After finding his first campaign to be a success, Ottawa vet Bigg Ceaser (now residing in Toronto) returns with Part Two of his 30 Songs In 30 Days series. So far he’s already three days in, with Day 3 (“All I Know” featuring Ickarus) dropping earlier today. The first songs include “Never Grow Up” and “I Don’t Believe You.” You can find “All I Know” below and the other two after the jump.
Day 3: All I Know ft. Ickarus
Toronto, ON – Producer-MC Jay Rukas drops new visuals in support of his MNDSGN-produced single, “Limit.” You can watch the Marcel Canzona-directed video now after the jump link below.
Ottawa, ON – Following up a successful sold out August event, Back In The Groove returns tomorrow, September 26th, with a special 90’s hip-hop/R&B edition inside Ritual Nightclub (137 Besserer Street).
Hosted by Kim Epino aka Bboy Kim, doors open at 11 p.m. with music provided by Montreal’s DJ Afternoon and Ottawa’s own DJ Jervyjerv. And, to spice up the evening, the event will feature Street Dance Battles with breaking, popping, hip-hop, voguing, waacking and more.
Prizes will be handed out throughout the evening courtesy of the event’s sponsors (including Keep it Moving, Soul City, Pili Pili Wood Charcoal Grill, Culture Shock Ottawa, Bboy North, Ambitious Hustlers, V Rivera Photography, Camilleon Productions, Disstortion Montréal, $incity Records, Pulse n Limited Dance Crew and HipHopCanada.com).