Fresh off releasing visuals for her “Cross My Mind”, new comer a l l i e releases her 4-track “Strange Creature” debut project, scored by the production of 2nd Son. Also expect new music from her under the HW&W (Elaquent, Kaytranada) imprint in the near future.
Previously: NEW VIDEO: Allie – Cross My Mind (Directed by Philip Sportel)
The young homie John River performs at R.I.S.E. last month. Shouts to CityOnClouds for the heads up and if this is cell phone footage THANK YOU for turning your phone sideways!
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John River performs during the first day of R.I.S.E concert.
filmed by: @slyFOXreality
Previous: NEW VIDEO: JOHN RIVER “IMPOSSIBLE”
King Reign makes his official return with Reign Music Vol. 2. Congrats amigo! Full track list under the hood.
Toronto’s very own Hip-Hop artist King Reign releases “Reign Music Vol.2”, follow up to “Reign Music Vol.1” (2010). This FREE for download six song EP includes recently released tracks: ‘Dear God’, ‘Grey’ (featuring buzzing R&B It Girl, Shi Wisdom) and current single “The Future” featuring The Rezza Brothers. King Reign provides social commentary on a distant future and a dialogue enabling listeners to strike up conversation. Already cited as “One to Watch” by Torontos weekly magazine “The Grid” (November 2013), and with an album tentatively set for release in 2014, “Reign Music Vol.2″” is just a taste of what’s to come.
King Reign’s distinct vocal inflection provides a refreshing juxtaposition of spoken word poetry, soulful melody, and vivid story telling all in one. Having previously signed to Sony Records, King Reign has decided to take his destiny into his own hands by releasing “Reign Music Vol.2” independently. The EP is an invitation into the world of the one named King Reign and along the journey to find pieces of your own story interweaved in his tales of love, religion, and life.
With 10 years of experience, including releasing solo material and an ever growing list of accomplishments King Reign is no stranger to Toronto’s Hip Hop industry. In 2007, he joined Hip Hop group BrassMunk for their second album “FEWturistic”, which went on to be nominated in the “Rap Recording of the Year” (2008) category for Canada’s most prestigious Juno Awards. After the band stopped making records, King Reign then went on to continue building a successful solo career releasing several projects. The buzz-worthy “Reign Music Vol.1” (2010) elevated the rapper formerly known as “Reign” with the hit single “Fades Away” featuring frequent collaborator Saukrates and YMCMB/OVO wunderkind Drake. Having worked with a proverbial who’s who in the entertainment industry King Reign has recorded with such artists as Raphael Saddiq, Pharoahe Monch, Rich Kidd, Kardinal Offishall, Slakah the Beatchild and D-Sisive to name a few.
Previous: NEW MUSIC: KING REIGN – THE FUTURE FEAT. THE REZZA BROTHERS (PROD. THE REZZA BROTHERS)
It’s no wonder that JD Era is the Toronto rapper most endorsed by the Wu Tang Clan. His newly released track, Wu Tang Forever, pays homage to the Clan in the most respectful and appropriate way possible – by annihilating a beat with lyrics and wordplay that could only be inspired by the pioneers of the game.
Like most rappers out there, Wu Tang has ignited his drive in the game – but, unlike many other rappers out there, JD Era was hand picked by the Clan. In 2012, he was signed to Raekwon’s newly formed indie imprint, Ice H20 Records. Not only has he collaborated with Raekwon on several projects, but he’s performed alongside and done tracks with Ghostface Killah, RZA, GZA, Method Man, as well as Drake, Nas, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, and many more.
In 2013, JD Era saw incredible success with a Juno Nomination for his mixtape “No Handouts”. It’s only fitting to end 2013 with a bang, by hitting up a 7 stop “Do You Know Mary” tour in December. His Wu Tang Forever track is a prelude to the release and video of his new single “Do You Know Mary”.
Previously: NEW VIDEO: Michie Mee – Stand Right Beside Him feat. JD Era (Directed by Dub Plate Films)
Korry’s latest gets the remix treatment courtesy of mans like Lancecape and Big Tweeze.
Korry Deez enlisted two of Toronto’s Top Producers to add a new dimension to his controversial underground anthem, ‘Gotta Get It’. Filthy dirty producer Lancecape flips a J Dilla sample, used by Busta Rhymes, creating more of a mellow vibe alongside Korry’s gritty flow. Meanwhile, veteran beatsmith Phat Tony, a.k.a. Big Tweeze, unleashes the groove, giving ‘Gotta Get It’ the feel of being out on a late night drive through the city. These new impressions of an already stellar tune now make it very difficult to select which ‘Gotta Get It’ will be your favorite.
Previously: NEW VIDEO: Korry Deez “Gotta Get It 1.0″ (Directed by Jojo Karume)
Previously: NEW ALBUM: Lancecape “Return To The Classics” (Vol.1)
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Phat Tony “Getting Dusty EP” (Vol. 2)
Pound Weed(Rmx) Off Higher Than Usual 2
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#HTU2 Coming Soon!
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Rob GF “Rap Haters” (Prod. MogillaH)