Not that we promote that around here, ahh man forget that, yes we do. Roll one up, or as Belly’s latest record shows you dab it. The new joint is titled “Dab Life”.
New visuals titled “Last Supper” from Halifax artist Quake Matthews. The song was produced by 2oolman and the video was directed by Clip Keating Media in association with Word Of Mouth Media.
D.O. aka Defy the Odds just released “I Stand Up” featuring Fred Penner. The video was directed by Slakah the Beatchild and shot at Mad Hus Cafe. This is dope!
Nearly three months after the release of his first single, “Time Zones,” Gourmet is set to premiere his debut project “Time Zones” on September 16th. Time Zones is a four-track album that embodies the past two years of Kenny’s musical journey. “Ambience” is an anthem that carries confidence and conviction accompanied with hard-hitting beats and a strong melody. The track gives the listener an impression that Gourmet is ready to take off with an outro that announces itself with lively lyrics, “we ain’t home right now”, to finish. “Better Off” and “Gone in a Minute” mine similar territories of denial and desire. Both tracks explore the concept of leaving while anchored by Gourmet’s composed vocals and winning ways with catchy hooks.
Brand new video from Ottawa’s Swisha T for “Trapped”. The song was produced by The LJ and the video was directed by LV Motion Pictures.
DAN-E-O’S “DEAR HIP HOP” VINYL LP DROPS NOVEMBER 16TH!
The debut single that put Dan-e-o on the Hip Hop map back in 1996, is finally part of a full-length album of the same name. Dropping November 16th, 2014 on France’s Sergent Records, the 10-track vinyl LP contains a teenaged Dan-e-o’s mid-90s recordings which were originally intended to be part of an EP release in 1997.
Big UP The Northern Hussle, they just dropped episode 17 of TNH. In this episode they visit the south side of Jane strip to meet up with Ur Boy Hype. Created by Malik Olaitan and Alex Huard.
Johnny Active decided to drop a video expressing his love for Taylor Swift with a remix of her new track “Shake It Off”. The video was directed by Eddy Lee.
It may not sound like much to you, but Famous blew over $2,000 of his hard earned independent money on creating this video only to realize the entire point of the track was for you, the listener, to take the time to actually listen to what was being said and ignore all the fly gear and the half naked women he hired to gain your attention. So he scratched the entire video.
The new joint “Testarossa Dreams” caters to the ambitious and hungry individuals looking to claim their worth. Learning from past experiences, Elcee speaks about the importance of remembering where he comes from. The roots of anything growing, is the foundation of where it all started and where everything leads back to in terms of what it has become. That is Testarossa Dreams in the flesh.