This week on Hott TV Nisa hangs out with Maizy F, Hiba, Lady Canon and Karma Kay from The 6ix Female Cypher at iLive Radio. Then she introduces you to unsigned hype Mazzi 500 and finally she hangs out with Dynamic at one of his final tapings of Bring Ya Eh Game Radio on CIUT 89.1 FM in Toronto.
Take in More Or Les’s new record “Nerd Love”. Video by Dan Jardine with production by Abstract Artform.
Surauchie has just released a music video that was shot in Jamaica for her latest Dancehall influenced R&B single called “Time”. Check it out!
Toronto superstar Tory Lanez just released his latest visual entitled “Kendall Jenner Music”. The song was produced by Smash David and the video was directed by Midjordan and Tory Lanez.
The quarter finals of the In the Bag Tournament did not disappoint. King D vs Troublemaker is a heated back and forth that came down to a 3-2 judges decision. Stay tuned for the Semi Finals September 15th live in Ottawa!
Blacka Da Don releases his newest visual off his project “You Never Knew?” The video was directed by BrownGuyMadeIt.
The 6ix Female Cypher Series is an all female Hip Hop movement showcasing the authenticity and diversity in the urban community from a female MC perspective. With Over 7 rounds and featuring over 25 artists The 6ix Female Cypher Series prides itself on providing female artists and entrepreneurs with a platform to shine. The latest installment of the series features Maizy F, Lady Cannon, Balla B, LD, Cee Cee, Karma Kay, Hiba and Eternal T.
This week on HOTT TV, Nisa hangs out with Motive Music boss Gee Wunder at Burger Priest and the Beaches. Then she bumps into Ramone at Caribana while he promotes his new EP “My Name is Ramone 2”.
In episode two of HipHopCanada’s The Narrative Of…, Maricel Joy explores the origins and story behind the ‘ride or die’ theme in Hip Hop culture with Mark V. Campbell, urban culture expert and adjunct professor at the Ryerson University school of media. Taped at Sandbox Studios in Toronto, Maricel and Mark discuss (potential) origins of the theme, why and when it peaked as a prevalent narrative, why is it an important theme for the culture, and how the ‘ride or die’ theme can be / should be interpreted.
When you have some time take in this interview with We Love Hip Hop on Bring Ya Eh Game radio. We chop it up about how the podcast got started and much more!