Shi Wisdom sings my third favorite song off Beyonce’s latest.
Urbnet puts together a collection of tracks from their roster of artists that include D-Sisive, Moka Only, Perfect Strangers (Dan-e-o & Promise), Timbuktu and more!
Directed by Potential Films.
Directed by Joe Gunner TV.
Produced by Burd & Keyz.
Personally I feel like using Bin Laden’s name in such a loose context touches a nerve (and I think reZ shares a similar sentiment on this one too) – that said there are probably people that won’t get that feeling at all. Either way I got no problems agreeing to disagree on an artist’s creative direction with a song – but in this case, the disagreement just had to be made clear (kinda like the disclaimer at the beginning of the actual vid).
More of that random Weeknd/XO music just floating around youTube – this time from (former??) ShesSoLov3ly member Omari Shakir.
Hit the jump for the newer of these two songs “Different”.
A taste of Crime In The City – a socially conscious music movement coming out of MTL.
Crime In the City™ is a tribute to original Funk/HipHop/JazzSoul/Rock influenced movement. Inspired by the struggle of the emancipating youth of New York to express themselves in a hostile and superficial society in the
beginning of the 1980′s, the members of Crime In the City™ are determined to become a mouthpiece for every ghetto worldwide.
One of Crime In the City™’s most precious asset is its multicultural and versatile characteristic: Coming from different ethnic and social backgrounds ,
we can channel our message in more than one language,therefore adressing a larger audience.
Founded by Uness & DeeJayIz in the Summer of 2008, Crime In the City™ Lifestyle Group has become a fast growing movement within the virtual
community. Now a leading brand in the independent scene, our mission is to follow the Motown tradiction, and create the next strongest Label of FREE artists in North America.
Crime In the City™ has been making records and developing projects alongside notable Montreal urban acts such as Deejay IZ, Abby, Sony, Le Couz, Psai aka Shmata Boi, Don Ibson, Sarahmée, CeasRock, I.Blast, Tadeeo, OneShot, AK Tha Kid, Preach Ankobia, The Passereens, Fredy V., Just Mugz, The Narcicsyst, Loe Pesci, Spook One, D-Shade, The Loss One, The Mission District, Jacynthe as well as other notable International collaborations
Directed by Andrew Flemming.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Kayo “The New Guy” (Prod. Classified)
The classics never go out of style. When three emcees from Toronto get together to collaborate on a track for the love of hip hop, only goodness can come out of it. In 2010, when Dan-e-o was visiting Kish in L.A., the two were talking about future collaboration projects. While reminiscing about their favourite old school tracks, and memories of Concert Hall shows, Kish suggested to Dan-e-o that they do a cover of Biz Markie‘s The Vapors. After reconnecting with Maestro while he was in LA, Kish had found the perfect third emcee to round out the track. The only missing piece was a DJ. Maestro suggested his sister, DJ MelBoogie, and the rest was hip hop history.This project was done out of love for the music. After threading a logistical needle for quite some time, the group managed to align schedules and studio time to complete the project. Beyond doing it for the love of hip hop, the track marked some firsts for this team: Vapors 2012 is the first collaboration between Maestro and Dan-e-o, along with being the first collaboration between Wes and his sister MelBoogie. For Kish, this was only the second song he’d recorded after a 15 year hiatus.To compliment the song, Kish asked phenomenal artist, Sean “Cheeks” Galloway, who did character design for the animated Spiderman series, to create some artwork to accompany the release.Vapors 2012 – Kish, Dan-e-o & Maestro(Cuts by DJ MelBoogie)(Download)
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