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.
If you have a few minutes, check out the latest visuals from Toronto artist Preme formerly known as P. Reign.
This is the first video in Kryple's monthly mashup series. Beat produced by Kryple and the video was directed by Sonik Hip Hop.
Listen to the new single from D.O. Gibson, the track is called "Good Times". Beat was produced by TNB Beatz with additional production from Slakah The Beatchild.
Watch the new visuals from Minty Burns, the record is titled "Green Man" and was produced by Pops. Video was directed by Stackingmemories.
Peter Jackson is pleased to announce the release of his latest single, “Thinking About You”, featuring Canadian singer and songwriter Ria Mae. This powerhouse Canadian duo has each reached peaks in their respective genres. Rae, a Halifax native, is coming off the recent success of singles, “Bend” and “Take Your Clothes Off” and Jackson most recently charted on the Top 30 CHR with his record, “On a Wave”. The song was produced by Adam King.
Take in the latest video from Ottawa's own Belly, the song is entitled “What You Want" and features The Weeknd.
Brand new video from Russell aka Pryde, the song is entitled "Feed The Family". Video shot by Pat Greenall and Jack Peros.