I am positive we will see a new visual soon, for now Vancouver artist SonReal keeps dropping new music for his fans. Make sure you check out his latest record titled “Who Care.
Watch the new visual from Falcon Crest, the track is entitled “Nightmare On Zip Street”. The song was produced by SmokeShop Studio and the video was directed by Tray Starks.
Brand new music from Toronto artist J-Soul, track is called “RNB N*gga” with production by Ariyan. The video was directed by Rack & Pinion as well.
New interview from Hott TV, this episode is featuring some studio time with Jelly Too Fly. Jelly talks about her tats and her relationship with Hip Hop legend Prodigy (R.I.P) and she blazes a freestyle. Also Kama G5 formerly known as Kamikaze talks 90’s music recording process and drops some gems for the youth.
The new video for OVO affiliated Reps Up rapper Gilla’s latest track “Hallucinations” begins with a stern warning: “Any props used in this video that show resemblance to any illegal materials are merely props and should not be taken seriously. Do not try this at home.” And much like the title suggests, the Frocasso-directed video recounts the Toronto based rapper’s feelings of paranoia. The video was shot in a mansion in Ontario and was inspired by Beanie Sigel’s classic “Feel It In The Air” visual.
Check out the fresh new visual from up coming songstress Yoana. The track entitled “Born To Win” is off “With Love, Yoana” The EP, available July 31st. Joint was produced by William Dinero, also be on the look out for a cameo from Solitair.
This is the new video from Brampton artist Pryde. The track is called “Every Single Thing” and the beat was produced by K-Beatz. Video was shot and directed by Greenall.
Merkules himself has suffered from anxiety and depression most of his life and stated that he has severe panic attacks almost everyday and has relied on alcohol on and off for quite some time to feel better. This is a remix for anyone hurting and RIP Chester Bennington.
Troy just released his latest visual for this self-produced banger titled “Barry Bonds”. The song represents being confident and carefree while enjoying life with close friends. Troy takes us back to his childhood “sandlot style” with a visual that takes place at a baseball field near the Scarborough neighbourhood he grew up in.
The official video for “Nowhere To Run To”, directed by Nick Telesca, Big Sproxx and Donny Rose. The song was produced by Big Sproxx.