NEW VIDEO: Maza Man “Serenity” (Directed by Big Sproxx)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

Directed by Big Sproxx.


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Previously: NEW VIDEO: Mazaman – Just Thoughts feat. DJ Grouch (Directed by Big Sproxx)

VIDEO: Tanika Charles & The Wonderfuls – Live @ The Gladstone Hotel

rez | Video | Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

35 uninterrupted minutes with Tanika? I’m down.

Recorded June 14th at The Gladstone. “Think of You” is still the sh*t btw (around 6 min mark). This is still my fave version though.



VIDEO: F. Printz – Motives & Intent (Trailer)

rez | Video | Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

“Only thing that really sets us apart is our motives & intent.”

F. Printz

Motives and Intent EP (Trailer)

Ottawa, Canada – June 7, 2012 – Ever wake up thinking to yourself, “what impact can I make on the world today?”. I’m sure there is more than a few of us that even questions our very existence towards our respective societies while trying to “find themselves” in the process.

Canadian hip hop artist and writer F.Printz vocalizes these thoughts through a unique composition of an average person’s everyday life. Although he spares us the details, it’s clear that there’s definitely a sense of humility being brought to an art form that generally gets a bad rap (no pun intended) for exaggeration and braggadocio. The anticipation to hear what angles he takes toward Canadian hip hop and rap on a larger scale is definitely building.

Although this trailer falls short of a minute long, it’s message resonates for long after. It reiterates that life is more than what’s recieved at face value; true worth is found in the motives and intent.

NEW MUSIC: Sep – In My Brain feat. Xp

rez | Music | Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

Back on that SepTo ish.

DOWNLOAD: Sep – In My Brain feat. Xp


NEW MUSIC: Blake Carrington “Legendary” (DJ Pack) (Prod. Ric Notes)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

The Carrington/Notes combination is back for the debut single off Blake’s upcoming “Failure” project.

Oui Self Made is proud to release “Legendary” – the lead single off Blake Carrington’s upcoming FAILURE Project. Produced by Ric Notes, “Legendary” evokes the raw emotions and hunger for success that mark Blake Carrington’s rebirth and evolution as an artist.

In this compelling and motivational track, Blake speaks as an advocate for those who have faced failure and overcome it to pursue their dreams. Shouting out influential hip hop legends Biggie, Tupac, and the Wu-Tang Clan, Blake makes it clear that he refuses to give up, and that his time to shine is now.

The FAILURE Project represents Blake’s commitment to making his dreams a reality, even when confronted with failure. Blake is an innovative and dedicated artist who has put a huge amount of work into his musical career, despite being faced with adversity. He is “failing forward” towards his success, representing anyone who has ever overcome failure to pursue their goals.

“Legendary” ends with a quote from Muhammad Ali that reflects Blake’s journey of over 10 years in music: “I’m experienced now, professional. Jaws been broke, been lost, knocked down a couple times.” Blake Carrington has been through the wire and risen above failure. Oui Self Made is making history and ready to show the world exactly what legends are made of.

Look out for the stunning visual accompaniment to “Legendary” dropping July 1st, as well as chapter two of the “Failing Forward” series entitled “D.O.P.E”, which will be released soon.


Previously: NEW VIDEO: Blake Carrington “Falling Forward: Legendary” (Directed by Bobby Fresh & Can’t Catch Dash)

NEW MUSIC: Tika Simone – My Dream (DJ Pack) (Prod. Larry Gates Jr.)

rez | Music | Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Official DJ Pack treatment for Tika‘s new joint “My Dream”. Song is produced by Larry Gates Jr. who was not only a part of Trackmasters (“Fiesta” times) but is also the SON OF ROGER TROUTMAN. Wtf. Random. I think they met on MySpace or something.

Anyways…DJ Pack includes Main, Radio, Instrumental, Acapella and 8-Bar Intro versions. Enjoy!

DOWNLOAD: Tika Simone – My Dream (DJ Pack)


NEW VIDEO: Zaki Ibrahim – The Do (Directed by Christian Denslow)

rez | Video | Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Look everyone! A visually compelling and thought provoking video!

Producer: Christian Denslow & Rafeeqah Galant
Writer: Christian Denslow & Zaki Ibrahim 
Director: Christian Denslow
Assistant Director: Rafeeqah Galant & Matthew Griffiths
Director of Photography: Christian Denslow
Edit & Visual Effects: Christian Denslow
Make-up & Wardrobe Design: Alexis Strimenos 
Wardrobe: Odysseus


NEW VIDEO: Charley Moon – Narcolepsy (Directed by Jason Matos)

rez | Video | Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Nice intro to a new artist named Charley Moon. Only problem with it is I keep feenin’ to hear Beyonce come in and go “I BEEN KNOWIN’ YOU SINCE YOU WAS TENNNN”.

Charley moon’s first release off the “Dreamer” EP. CHECK OUT for more info. Follow the movement @Charleymoonttw @topthaworldent.

NEWS: T-Minus Covers Summer Issue of Urbanology Magazine

rez | News | Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Minus kinda looks like Shaggy tho. Just saying.

Make sure you copp that new Urbanology. On stands this week or you can order it on their site. Shouts to the whole team for keeping up with the grind. We all know how hard it is in today’s ADD / Internet world to keep a profitable magazine running…especially here in Canada…AND during tough economic times. Respect guys! Looking forward to taking this one in.

Canadian Super Producer T-Minus Covers Urbanology Magazine Summer Issue

JD Era, Raz Fresco, NYCE, Casey Veggies, Promise, DJ Lissa Monet & Theology 3 Also Featured

He is the musical mind behind some of the hottest beats of recent hip-hop smash singles, including “HYFR” and “I’m On One”. Tyler Williams, a.k.a. T-Minus, is a major part of a new wave of super producers in present-day hip-hop and he is homegrown Canadian talent. In an exclusive six-page feature, Urbanology’s Senior Reporter Sean Watson explores the young producer’s journey to his current success, his relationships with superstar friend Drake and fellow producer Boi-1da and how he feels about copy cats and haters. The in-depth feature reveals many lesser known sides of T-Minus.

“I appreciate Toronto recognizing me as someone impacting urban culture,” says the Ajax, Ontario native. “I just want to continue to put us on the map. Much love to Urbanology Magazine for this.”

Also included in this issue of Urbanology are articles on artists like the recently signed to Raekwon’s IceH20 label, JD Era, hard-working up and comers Raz Fresco and NYCE on their grind, former Odd Future member Casey Veggies, Duck Down’s Promise, 2012 Stylus Award Winner of Toronto DJ of the Year, Lissa Monet and foundation emcee Theology 3. Plus, there is a must-read three-part feature on violence including articles on recent concert violence in Canada, an initiative to honour the memory of 11-year-old murder victim Ephraim Brown and an analytical piece on Trayvon Martin’s murder.

This is a must-read issue. Pick up your copy of this issue at your nearest Chapters, Indigo, Coles, Gateway Newsstands, Wal-Mart, Mac’s Milk, Petro Canada, 7 11 or Barnes & Noble.

Purchase your copy of Urbanology Magazine or subscribe to Urbanology Magazine for 4 issues at $15 by clicking here.

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Urbanology Media Group is a company founded in 2004 by Scarborough natives Priya Ramanujam and Adrian McKenzie. The company publishes Canada’s forefront urban lifestyle publication, Urbanology Magazine which is distributed nationwide and in the United States. For more information, please visit

NEW VIDEO: 2 Chainz feat. Drake “No Lie” (Directed by Director X)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Monday, June 18th, 2012

Directed by Director X.

2 Chainz’s collabo with OVO gets the visual treatment from Toronto’s very own Director X.

Previously: NEW MUSIC: 2 Chainz feat. Drake “No Lie”

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