Watch the latest video from Toronto artist Fortunato, the song is entitled “Made It Real”. Video was directed by 40oz Heroes and the beat was produced by Scopic.
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.
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.
Watch the latest video from Fortunato featuring B-Boy Faith, Metaphyzik and Scrimige. The track titled “Squadron” was produced by Sean One with cuts by Metaphyzik. Visual was directed by Devon Murrins for Devon Murrins Media.
New monthly cypher video by Doom Squad featuring this months guest Fortunato. Video was filmed at the Letterkenny Farm and was directed by Sonik.
New music video from Toronto’s Fortunato and DJ IV from Halifax. Video was directed by Joe Cash and the song is off the new album “2 Bad Dudes”.
Fortunato releases the second video from his new album “2 Bad Dudes” mixed by Classified’s DJ, DJ IV and produced by Juliano. The song is a diss to any rapper portraying a false image and perpetrating a fake lifestyle. The video was directed by Good Guy Pictures and features actor Chris “Pity” Ball. Look out for “2 Bad Dudes” dropping this December on Urbnet.
Fortunato releases the first video from his new album “2 Bad Dudes” mixed by Classified’s DJ, DJ IV and produced by Juliano. The song is a defiant call out to Fortunato’s detractors saying “I’m still alive, your still a liar and it’s plain to see”. The video is directed by King Of The Dot’s Joe Cash and features elaborate graffiti and urban landscapes as a backdrop. look out for “2 Bad Dudes” dropping this October on Urbnet.
Fortunato delivered a clip for “I Am” off of his “The Blue Collar EP” late last year and now the Toronto rapper has dropped a video for “Ain’t Nobody Know” off the same project. The track features production from Sean One, while the video comes courtesy of director Lucrative Sight. The new video tells the story of Fortunato’s struggle to make it in the Hip Hop world.
ECMA nominee Fortunato drops his fourth video off the “Blue Collar” EP available here. The video shot on location in Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick was directed by Andrew Kelly and the song was produced by Sean One. This song goes out to everyone who takes an honest approach to life and values the truth above everything.