Directed by Ashley Iris Gill.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Keysha “Hands On The Wheel” (Dub)
Super dope release from ROJO. Nice to hear some new music! On first listen…maybe my favorite ROJO joint so far…? Will have to go back and do the math but this will definitely be on repeat for a few days. Shouts to Miss Simone for the heads up.
Not sure why they disabled the embed function on the Soundcloud so just click below to stream straight from the site.
Rochelle Jordan – Follow Me (Prod KLSH)
Written by Rochelle Jordan
Additional Composition by Slikk
Mixed and Mastered by Steve Baughman at Next Level Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Another solid joint / video from the homie Shad. Flying Colours out now!
Shad – Remember 2 Remember (featuring Lights) (Produced by Mike Tompkins)
Album: Flying Colours (http://itunes.com/shad/flyingcolours)
Director: Justin Broadbent
Producer: The Field
DP: Guy Godfree
Styling: Alana Ka’kia
Hair & Makeup: Misty Fox
Choreography: Bree Wasylenko
Label: Black Box Recordings
Come-up kid Reverb drops visuals for his latest single and continues to get tighter with each release.
Produced by Avid Record Collector.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Reverb “Vent” (Prod. Kenny Wang)
Directed by Kofi Anderson.
Dope first introduction to Ghanian-Canadian, Montreal-residing songstress A K U A.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Kaytranada “At All + Hilarity Duff”
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It is undeniable that the music industry is in the midst of a renaissance that is seeing the restoration of originality and integrity to the game. Jelly Too Fly is poised to be a focal point of this movement. Being raised between Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and Toronto, Canada has brought a unique perspective and versatility to Jelly’s music that can’t be matched. What started as an interest in poetry soon evolved to spitting covers. This, in turn, led to Jelly writing and rapping her own tracks, enabling her to craft an unmistakably fresh flavor that sets her apart from any musical peer.
Through her mix-tape projects (TIJB, TIJB 2, King, and Inn the Rough) and a praised verse on the viral 2012 Stylus Awards Cypher video, Jelly has proven to be a lyrical threat to any rapper; man or woman, East or West. With no fake and no filler, she is a raw emcee with a story as authentic as her charm. Despite her lyrical prowess, her throne is on the stage. This young spitter wears the crown in the art of performance, ripping the mic over 50 times in this last year alone at prominent Canadian events, including: 106 & York and Manifesto Festival, NxNE, and most recently, A3C. Jelly has the ability to engage any crowd with an intense energy, larger than life stage presence, and musicality that helps listeners really hear the music.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What city and state are you from?
JELLY TOO FLY: I was born in Toronto, Canada but I grew up in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. A lot of people will think I’m American because of the way I speak.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your music background?
JELLY TOO FLY: I have always written poetry. The people around me encouraged me to speed it up and put a beat to it and that’s how I started making music. You can hear the poetry in my music and if you listen to my mix-tapes you’ll notice that I pace my music like poetry and do a lot of acapella. I don’t have any formal training, but I do have many musicians and artists in my family. I am definitely musically inclined. I grew up in the church and sang in the choir. My grandfather was also just nominated for the BET Best Gospel Award.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: Why do you want to record and release your own music?
JELLY TOO FLY: I feel like I have a voice that needs to be heard. My entrance into the game is something new. There is no one like me and I believe I can change the game from being a predominately male industry to one that sheds light on female emcees.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your songs about?
JELLY TOO FLY: My songs are about life. They are about struggle, success, women, weed, love, hate…it’s about everything. Sometimes I’m writing about what I am going through or what people around me are going through. It all depends on how I’m feeling.
Sese – The Elbowdrop Vlog #SayzorRamone
Filmed by @Niko_nice
Tweet me @SeseSeason
The Sayzor ramone Ep is available now
Sese – Light It Up
Directed by Amos Leblanc and Ohji Inoue.
Thugli drops some pretty provocative debut visuals for “Run This”.
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“Run This” is the new video from Canadian duo THUGLI.
Directed by Amos Leblanc and Ohji Inoue
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