As we await the “My Life” video and his upcoming Freedom Writers project, Frankie lets off an OBG circa 2005 over a Mobb Deep joint that’s still relevant as we turn the page on another year in The Mega.
If you live in Toronto then you know it gets real real out here. This is dedicated to everyone who has encountered the real TO experience, the light and the dark side. We appreciate our city for what it is,
and fight because we love our kids… To make this city what we know it could be!
As we approach the holidays with the economy in the shape it currently is in, Arabesque’s single “Blue” echoes the sounds of frustration. During this economic downturn, there have been a staggering number of layoffs, and almost every day brings news of more. Worker upon worker is cut loose from his/her desk and the daily routines that structure one’s life.
While many people are resilient in the face of unemployment, for some there are real emotional costs. There is no shittier feeling then not being able to feed your seed, while putting on a suite and tie and doing a song and dance, trying to convince someone to hire you. Besque connects with Brooklyn’s AKIR on ‘Blue’, a chronicle on joblessness.
The people who brought you the Sound Battle Royale series are back with a next event tonight called Bangerz. The beat battle element is still there, Junia-T is still your host and this time you’ve also got a performance from Scorsese as well as a guest appearance from Araab Muzik (Dipset). More info under the hood!
Also, just got the high quality files for the entire mixtape (y’all know how I feel about anything less than 320) so I’ll be uploading it in the next day or so… and if The Boogeyman (TBM)’s feeling generous we’ll have DIY cleans to go with that as well.
Via TOFLO! Reema Major talks artists as role models, touches on her child hood growing up in Sudan and more in this quick chop up with MyETVmedia before her performance at the PEACEdotLOVE festival a few weeks back.