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.
Directed and edited by XCON and produced by Will X Movement, “League Of Legends” is the first video from Dan-e-o’s milestone-celebrating fourth album entitled, “Dear Hip Hop: 20 Years Later”, which is out now on Urbnet Records. Reuniting with Scam, the producer of “Dear Hip Hop”, Dan-e-o joins forces with some of Canada’s most elite lyrical legends – Thrust, Maestro Fresh Wes, Moka Only, Big Kish and Eternia – for a bouncy, 90’s-esque posse cut for the ages!
Take in the latest record from Baka Not Nice, the song is titled “Money In The Bank“, make sure to listen to it today!
Toronto artist Jerelle has been making waves this past year with his project “Undertow”. Now he has a new video entitled “Tidal Wave“, check it out!
Toronto based artist Fortunato brings east and west together with his single “Closer Look” featuring Vancouver juggernaut Merkules of SDK and Maritime legend Tachichi. New Brunswick, Canada’s own Sean One brings his authentic east coast style production and the song is featured on Fortunato’s “Blue Collar” EP.
Check out the latest video from Ottawa rapper Belly. The song entitled “Mam Listen is off the “Mumble Rap” album. Video was directed by Eif Rivera.
This is a new visual from idkcharlie, as he slips down the rabbit hole in the music video for”Psycho“. The video was directed by Jawn Taboika with production from Swirl.
Watch the official video from Afrojack featuring. Belly, O.T. Genasis and Ricky Breaker. The track is entitled “No Tomorrow” and you can download the record here.
New record and visual from Soul, the track called “Ambition” was produced by Drew Taylor. Video was directed by VSOP Films and Frank Soul.
Brand new music entitled “Thank You” from the legendary Michie Mee. The video was directed by Kevin Smith and the record was produced by Big Sproxx with cuts by DJ Shamann.