Mark Jordan drops the “Wouldn’t Change It For Nothin'” video
Our weekly segment Submission Sundays features the new “Wouldn’t Change It For Nothin'” video by Toronto rapper Mark Jordan.
“Toronto rapper Mark Jordan depicts a cool, clean look at the love/hate relationship of poverty and struggle. Mark Jordan is known for his ‘story-telling’ type flow and a voice that captivates hard bodied bars.”
SUBMISSION SUNDAYS SELECTION DETAILS
- Artist/Group: Toronto recording artist Mark Jordan.
- Submission: The new Westnyle FX-directed video for the Swann-produced single, “Wouldn’t Change It For Nothin’.” The song is off the upcoming project The Good Life.
- Streaming Links: You can find the video now on YouTube.
- Social Media: You can follow @MarkJordanMusic on Twitter.
Watch the “Wouldn’t Change It For Nothin'” video below.
MARK JORDAN – WOULDN’T CHANGE IT FOR NOTHIN’
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 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.
Each week, we’ll select 8 new submissions and feature them on our homepage for at least a 24 hour period.
To be considered for our weekly Submission Sundays segment, please submit your content using our Submission Form.
Please note, due to the volume of submissions we receive, we are unable to respond to each submission directly. Submissions with missing information will be deleted.
A summary of this week’s selections:
- Toronto artist Alex Snow enlists Zecko J to direct “Wake Up”
- Hunnid Brand’s Iam H-Town releases the “Medusa” video
- Toronto’s Arys Déjan releases the 4-track MAVERICK EP
- Ottawa-based LA releases the new “Pick Up” single
- If You Only Knew: Alexa Ferr & Th3ory team up for new single
- Veyelet enlists NEWARTSTUDiOS to visualize “Young Cleopatra” video
- SHiFT FROM THA 902 releases 10-track self-titled album
- Mark Jordan drops the “Wouldn’t Change It For Nothin'” video