Coal Mine: Charlie Fettah & BBS Steve drop the first video off their SVN TYLR album
Our weekly segment Submission Sundays features the first video single off the new collaborative album, SVN TYLR aka Steven Tyler, by Winnipeg-based rapper Charlie Fettah, and 3PEAT producer, BBS Steve.
“The cinematic opening sets the tone for the 11-track collaboration STVN TYLR, a play on the duo’s government names, Tyler Rogers and Steven Teixeira.”
STVN TYLR comes 6-years after Fettah’s massive success as a member of Winnipeg’s Most – a hip-hop trio that rose to national popularity in 2010, winning 11 APCMA Awards. During that hiatus from music Fettah spent some time incarcerated, and lost long time friend and Winnipeg’s Most member, Jamie ‘Brooklyn’ Prefontaine to suicide.
Fettah, now 33 and father, has a new lease on life and a fresh perspective on the evolving culture.
With a rising tide in Winnipeg’s hip=hop scene and a new wave of emerging talent, Fettah saw an opportunity to connect with the generation that he helped inspire.
“Coming back full circle, Fettah reached out to a new young and hungry hip-hop trio by the name of 3PEAT to collaborate on new sounds and carve out a new path, with their label Fourth Quarter Records.”
Fettah shared an immediate connection with 3PEAT rapper/producer, Steven ‘BBS Steve’ Texiera, and the pair’s visible chemistry sparked a collaborative effort that would become STVN TYLR. Steve’s signature bounce combined with Fettah’s hard hitting lyrical grit creates a unique, yet oddly familiar sound that can only be described as a bridge between two generations of hip-hop in Winnipeg.
SUBMISSION SUNDAYS SELECTION DETAILS
- Artist/Group: Winnipeg, Manitoba-based recording artist, Charlie Fettah, and BBS Steve, producer from the group 3PEAT.
- Submission: The new Dillan Lavallee and Skye Spence-directed video for the BBS Steve-produced single, “Coal Mine.” This is the first video released in support of Charlie and Steve’s collaborative project, STVN TYLR. The new album features guest appearances by Dill the Giant, DJ Kutdown, Tona of JUNO Award-winning trio Naturally Born Strangers, and Chris Bxnnxtt.
- Streaming Links: The video is available now via Charlie Fettah’s official YouTube channel. You can find STVN TYLR on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music, Deezer, and Spotify.
- Social Media: You can follow @CharlieFettah and @BBS.Steve on Instagram.
You can check out the “Coal Mine” vide and the STVN TYLR album below.
CHARLIE FETTAH & BBS STEVE – COAL MINE
SUBMISSION SUNDAYS INFO
Submission Sundays is a segment we introduced in 2018 to show love to the hundreds of artists and groups that submit new material to us weekly. The segment also gives us a chance to show love to people who aren’t already receiving regular coverage on HipHopCanada, and gives them a chance to connect with our viewers.
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A summary of this week’s selections:
- Dub J drops new visuals for Peter Jackson-assisted single “Make Believe”
- Coal Mine: Charlie Fettah & BBS Steve drop the first video off their SVN TYLR album
- Brampton’s EverythingOShauN returns with new project, Everything over Everything Else
- Montréal’s Chuck Hendrix drops new visuals for “Grey” featuring David Campana
- Toronto’s M.O. Littles drops new Good Guy-powered visuals for “Too Sane”
- Toronto’s Mister Marai releases new 6-track EP, Omega Zohar
- Lonely Nights In Toronto: “LNIT” introduces the world to 96
- Ottawa artist Notic enlists Knock Knock for “Trust Me” video