2018, the year that Toronto artist Snow brought back his infamous record “Informer”. Check it out!
If you’ve ever indulged into Canada’s underground Hip Hop you’ve probably noticed the Canadian house hold name, Jeff Spec. From Vancouver to Toronto, he’s been a driving force without brakes ever-since his 1999 debut project “Its Simple”, to his work with “City Planners”, to his latest 2016 album release, “Sperience”. Consistency paired with “sperience” and quality releases is what you can expect with Jeff Spec and that’s exactly what’s demonstrated on The Quarter Inch Kings produced single titled “Dominoes”. Video by Creature Vision.
Lee Ricks drops “Sentinel” featuring DJ Fellbaum. The record was produced by Wyze Intellect from Toronto.
This week on HOTT TV Nisa Hott catches up with Dre Barrs to discuss his new diss tracks against Star and J Peoplz. Then she hangs out in Kensington Market with aspiring music mogul Tao Piccasso and last it’s some studio time with upcoming artist Ekelle.
London, Ontario native Casper Marcus starts up the energy as we take a tour of the building. Brampton’s Saipher Soze brings his grimey energy to the radio show. Ottawa’s Dynamic is in the main control room, the set for the new show #TLDR on MaxTV. Last but not least, we got Toronto’s Blacka Da Don live from the Max After Hrs show.
The Gully demon is back with another deep record, the song is titled “One Day At A Time” and the video was directed by Alosha.
Vicious 5150 just released his latest music video entitled “Hard To Say”. Self production on the beat and the video was shot by Skam.
Kayo is back with another record entitled “So Cold” off his “W I N T E R I N S T L U C I A” dropping April 13th. The video was directed by Sean Field for Iland Boy Films.
Take in the latest Drake video if you haven’t seen it yet! The record is a sample from Lauryn Hill and the song is titled “Nice For What”.
Classified releases powerful new song entitled “Powerless”. The video was directed by Grammy nominated Canadian Andrew Hines and it was shot on the Millbrook First Nation Reserve, which is a Mi’kmaq community located within Truro, Nova Scotia.