Toronto, ON – ATC’s Meezy Musik releases 2 singles off his upcoming album, Rvse Of The Fallen. Last week we revealed the track listing and additional artwork, as well as the expected June 3, 2015 release date. The two tracks, both produced by El Shadi, are titled “2 Late” and “They Need Me.” Check them out below.
Meezy Musik – 2 Late
Produced by El Shadi
“This amazing thought provocative record featuring an amazing Miguel sample and produced by the genius El Shadi is the lead single off of the highly anticipated album Rvse of The Fxllen from ATC’s own Meezy Musik. The album is set to be released for free everywhere on June 3, 2015. Make sure to support Meezy by sharing, retweeting, downloading, liking and commenting on the song!”
Compton, CA – South Kitchener, Ontario based label Roulette Media Records dropped of dope footage of their newest artist IAmCompton, featured recently on Rich Homie Quan’s Canadian Tour. The post also contains IAmCompton’s latest single featuring Quan called “Turn It Up.” Check out the tour footage below and look for the Juwan Lee-directed “Turn It Up” video after the jump.
Also, be sure to look out for an exclusive interview with Rich Homie Quan coming this Monday!
Toronto, ON – It ain’t hard to show Tona love when he’s putting out projects like the JUNO-nominated Naturally Born Strangers or Carpe Diem. The latter being Tona’s solo release from early February which has been met with critical acclaim. You can find it now on iTunes. If you haven’t checked it out yet, we recommend you give it a chance! An incredible project from a highly consistent, talented artist who cares about the culture and it’s integrity.
His latest, “Show Me Some Love,” produced by and featuring Rich Kidd, is Carpe Diem’s second single and is now supported with a newly released Zac Facts-directed video. The song is only available on the album’s digital version. If you saw the “Long Winded Road” visuals, “Show Me Some Love” is the extension to the story you’ve been waiting for. You can watch the video now, after the jump. And, as Tona likes to remind you with each video released, “do not deprive yourself of the HD experience!” Click the jump link to continue.
Toronto, ON – Our Song of the Day is a new 100 Bulletz-produced gem from Toronto’s Ty Tax (aka Tycoon Tax). “Love Me In The 6ix” features Shotty Horroh, Loonie Blue and Cokekeys Car’tel. Check it out below.
Toronto, ON – Fresh visuals from Toronto vet Jaydahmann. “Conquer” was produced by C-Sharp of Heavy Weight Bangers and the video was directed by Glen Richards. Details from the press release can be found below and the “Conquer” video can be viewed after the jump. You can purchase the single now on ReverbNation.
“The emotionally driven first single off of his EP being released in the summer of 2015 now has a backdrop as the video takes a visual walk through his life and rising career; from his humble beginnings to his imminent place in Toronto’s hip-hop history. ‘Conquer’ is the story of a ghetto youth’s courage, perseverance, and will to defy the odds by any means necessary. The video taps into next level Jaydahmann by showcasing his polished sound, look and notoriety through celebrity features and high profile guest appearances — You do not want to miss this!”
Look out for The #ConquerProject coming in April. Details coming soon.
Vancouver, BC – Vancouver emcee inCredible is quickly making a name for himself in the saturated modern hip-hop scene. From appearances on numerous Canadian blogs to being named a top 4 emcee at hip-hop competitions, there’s no denying his furious passion and gift for the craft. His latest effort, Mr. Alien is a 14-track mixtape that sounds dustier than your grandmothers gramophone. It is a tribute, an homage to an era that pioneered a sound and a generation. On Mr. Alien, inCredible is a hip-hop disciple paying his respects and at the same time breathing new life into old sails.
Toronto, ON – Ain’t No Love has just launched their new EP titled Plummet. So to get us all reeling on the new six-track project, the trio linked up with award-winning director and photographer, Indrani Pal-Chadhuri, to produce a 10-minute film featuring samples of all of the joints off the project.
This is actually so wavy. The camera follows queen sass Saidah (who – for the record – is one of my favourite ladies in the Canadian rap game right now) as she tries to escape the house party from hell. As a viewer, you get to take front-centre seat as a fly-on-the-wall.
What it all comes down to is that one person’s fantasy is just as easily another person’s hellish nightmare. Just as Saidah is so desperately trying to get out of the party, everyone else seems to be in a blissful state of party high.
The juxtaposition of everything is a bit of a mindf**k. You’ll realize that everything you know if a lie. Sort of. More so, you’ll realize that everything you know is very subjective. It’s all about perspective. And then there’s that one chick who has an alligator performing fellatio on her. WHAT IS THAT?!?!?!?! WHO DOES THAT!?!?!?!
Red Deer, AB – Just a couple of weeks until Ghostface Killah, GZA and Cappadonna return to Canada for a series of shows. As far as we know, more dates are still being added but this should bring you up to speed with where things are at. The tour will feature special guests Scrwg Scrilla and The Moon Crickets (Killah Priest, Lord Fury & DJ Mercilless).
Confirmed dates include Red Deer on March 23, Calgary on March 26, Vancouver on March 27, Windsor on March 29, Ottawa on April 2, Montreal on April 3, Toronto on April 5 and Quebec City on April 7. Opening acts vary from city-to-city.
Click the jump for the official flyers we’ve gotten our hands on.
Prince Albert, SK - Saskatchewan super-producer – Rayne Drop – recently teamed up with Casper The Ghost (aka: one of my favourite underrated underground Canadian MCs right now) to hit us with this new joint titled “Moment Of Zen.”
This joint is so heavy, though. Holy crap-cans. I can’t believe y’all are sleeping on Casper. This is one of the most raw and real emotional commentaries I’ve heard in a while. Casper uses this track to make a plea to his higher power for just one small moment of zen before he dies.