Tune in to Bring Ya Eh Game radio on CIUT 89.5 FM every Monday from 10pm until midnight with your host Ya Favourite Lightskin — Playing the best in Canadian Hip Hop, Reggae & R&B with insightful interviews, new music & new talent.
Rapper/singer song writer and music creator Audric Rose and recording artist writer K.Skriptz, both reside in Mississauga, Ontario. Together, they're better known as Black Rose. With their up and coming album titled “She Loves Me She Loves Me Not” comes their first single “Vows”. The album is a mixture of Hip Hop and R&B melodies and is expected later this year and will feature Lord Randolph who will appear as the special guest throughout the album.
Make sure to come out this Thursday for some dope music and a great cause. Bring Ya Eh Game is a sponsor for this charity showcase, net proceeds will be going to MusiCounts Canada. The M.A.P.L Series event happening July 20th is hosted by Dynamic aka Ya Favourite Lightskin and will have performances by Patrik, Jahmeel, Mickey Blue and Shreem. See you there!
The NFL remains the king of major sports in the United States, but its advantage is no longer as clear as it once was. The NBA has been thriving in recent years, with more fan interest and revenue than ever before. Building on this success, commissioner Adam Silver appears to have made a clear effort to turn the league into a year-round source of entertainment, even though the actual season only stretches about seven months (including the playoffs) and it seems to be working.
Listen to the third single from Maya Killtron, the record “Whiplash” is from her "Never Dance Alone" project. The song encompasses all Maya's memories of summer sounds growing up in Brampton, Ontario. Touches of elastic funk, roller rink dance, new jack swing and candy coated pop stand shoulder to shoulder with the modern electronic production.
Toronto Hip Hop group, Simple Life Gang, just released a new music video titled "Flip". SLG decided to 'flip' the original concept of shooting the video in their hometown, and instead visited Montreal, Quebec.