Take in the latest video from Ottawa artist Cheko Salaam, the record called “Real Haters” was produced by Lee On The Beats and Jahlil Beats.
The Falconcrest return with another banger “Woody Woodpecker” off their debut album “Something Different”. This is the fourth video release from the duo’s latest project. Falconcrest dig deep into their past tackling the topic of fathers, which has been a highly criticized topic in the black community. With soulful production from the famed producer Nicholas Craven and a feature from Wyze Wonda.
Check out the new song called “Clay Davis” from Face and Miz, it’s off their forthcoming self titled album. Video was put together by Mizery.
Canadian and UK independent Soul charting artist Rufus John is kicking off summer with another exciting release, the “Things That I Said (Remix)“. The song features Toronto based Hip Hop and R&B artist Phoenix Pagliacci who is best known for her incredible vocal performances, this new rendition is expected to be an instant hit with their fans. The track is set to appear on Rufus’s upcoming sophomore album, “Gone But Not Forgotten” slated for release June 2018.
The Eh List Vol. 5 features another solid line up of Canadian artists such as Justin Vee, Dynamic, Faith Walker, Diaz, Neeco PosterBoy, JSTN DMND and more. You can stream the compilation below or download it for free here.
New music from Vancouver producer Nick Nyce. His single titled “Live Your Life” features Canadian artist and producer 9th Uno.
Watch This by D.O.V and Lee Ricks, produced by Nu Aira, video directed by Creature Vision off the “Sound Of Silence” mixtape by True North Legacy.
Dan-e-o drops another banging video, this time featuring Thrust, Maestro Fresh Wes, Moka Only, Big Kish and Eternia. The record titled “League Of Legends” was produced by Will X Movement and the video was directed by XCON.
Take in the new lyric video from Edmonton artist Touch, for “Fishing the Moon out of the Water” from his new album, “Journey to the West“, which dropped November 10 on Hand’Solo Records.
This is the new Fortunato video for his Scopic-produced single, “What I Got To Say“. The new video was directed by London, Ontario-based Koel Anderson of K Media and comes in support of Fortunato’s next project “Pain Proof”. The album includes a feature from Madchild and is expected to be available this Christmas via Urbnet.