Shouts to CBC for holding what will surely be a great event! It’s a live taping and space is very limited but we’ve got TWO tickets to give away to the 5th person to send an e-mail to email@example.com telling us 3 collaboration songs between any combination of the artists below. Good luck!
The live taping will feature legendary Canadian hip hop artists from the past 25 years, including : k-os, Kardinal Offishall, SHAD, Saukrates, Classified, Maestro, Michie Mee, Red1 of The Rascalz, Choclair, Ghetto Concept, Reema Major, Cadence Weapon, Skratch Bastid and many more.
Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Location: Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West
VIP Reception: 6:00 pm
Exclusive Taping Event: 7:45 pm
WINNER: Congrats to SHAUN from Brampton for winning the tickets! Thanks to everyone that participated!
My two celebrity crushes unite once again for what promises to be another great night at I&I. Plus it’s actually a release party for a new Andreena music video which should be a good look for sure. All the info is below!
Lastly, praise the photography gods for bringing us this flyer.
So, Intimate & Interactive has teamed up with The Remix Proejct to present Andreena Mill’s Music Video Premiere for her new single entitled, “Like Me.” Produced by Mac Soundsmith! All the opening acts are either current Remix Project students or Remix Project Alumni. The flyer was also created by a student of Remix who calls himself: MrRelentless!
I’m very excited to be doing this show. It’s going to be incredible. Please blog, spread the word, let em know because Andreena wil be performing with full band during Juno Weekend!
Tika Simone x The Remix Project Presents:
ANDREENA MILL @ INTIMATE & INTERACTIVE
VIDEO RELEASE PARTY & PERFORMANCE W/ LIVE BAND
FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH
Doors Open @ 9pm
• JUNO WEEKEND
$15 BEFORE 11; $20 AFTER
Alongside Opening Acts:
• Savannah Re
• Kyauna Clarke
• Courtney Taylor
Hosted by: Tika Simone
292 COLLEGE ST.
EMAIL INTIMATEANDINTERACTIVE@GMAIL.COM FOR LIMITED $10 GUESTLIST ALL NIGHT!!! SPACE IS LIMITED!!!
It seems that more and more talent are coming from up-north, far up-north that is. J.Staffz, the young and talented producer from Toronto, Canada is a force to be reckoned with. This young entrepreneur resume is tough enough to compete with your favorite producer, and probably has already worked with your favorite artist, and this is just the beginning. Find out why the staff of COSIGN Magazine, COSIGN’s J.Staffz!
Where are you from? Toronto, Canada. Eh!
Tell us your background.
I’ve been playing piano since I was 7. I started making beats when I was 15. By the time I was 20 I had songs on local radio and now I’ve produce for a couple big artists and many TV shows.
What made you want to become a producer? I’ve been playing piano since I was 7. My mother sings and my father DJ’s. I’ve always had music around me.
How did you get your first start in the industry? Someone stole my beats a few years ago and gave then to G-Unit. Somehow they found out that I made them and since then I’ve been producing full time.
Catchin’ up with new artist Raheem. Got a few viral joints to post over the next week or so, starting with this one over Drake’s “King Leon” beat.
I guess it’s safe to say I’m preparing myself for what’s to come. I have DJ Drama hosting my #PeerPressure Mixtape and I needed promo pics. @MCityLove setup a photo shoot with Facts Rocka and he figured why not shoot a lil promo video as well! Enjoy.
This is a MUST WATCH. Bravo put together a 3-part documentary focusing on Toronto’s popular music scene in the 1950′s and ’60′s. This is a clip from Part 1 that aired last night in which Duke Edwards explains that Toronto was part of the Chitlin Circuit (had no idea about that) and gives some great insight as to what T.O. was like back in the day!
Hopefully they’ll put the full documentary online after it finishes airing Wednesday night.
Don’t miss YONGE STREET: TORONTO ROCK N’ ROLL STORIES on Bravo! This 3 x 1 hour series debuts the week of the Juno’s in celebration of their 40th anniversary. Directed by Bruce McDonald, this series is a love letter to Toronto and to the birth of Canada’s music scene. Part 1 – March 21 @ 10 pm; Part 2 – March 22 @ 10 pm ET and Part 3 – March 23 @ 10 pm ET on Bravo!