GUN, is the third release from Toronto based collective, Stay Out Late, upcoming EP “NEVER WINTER NIGHTS”, Produced by Bevstmode affiliate and long-time collaborator, Prezident Jeff, this record is an introspective and tormented affair through the mind of Scott Free.
Having spent the entirety of the past year performing across Toronto, including Canadian Music Week, Indie Week and a guest performance at this year’s NXNE music festival, Scott Free returns to the forefront with the release of “GUN”, following the success of his debut single, “Stay Out Late” last summer. True to his name, Scott has honed his sound to seamlessly incorporate unconventional undertones and brooding subject matter with contemporary elements into something deeper than trap. Unbound by conventional sonic limitations and structure, Scott experiments with new methods in creation to further push the genre forward, all the while cementing his place as one of Toronto’s most promising artists.
Mannn…this dude’s been through so much. From way back in the days with Soul Clap to the latest drama with Ice H2O (and everything in between), there’s always been a certain level of buzz / interest around JD Era. Hoping this new push will be the one to get him to the next level. Here he stops by CP24 to promote his upcoming performance at TDOT Fest as well as the latest in all things E-R-A.
Don’t think I’ve ever heard a rapper call themselves mediocre before. Don’t even think that word is in most rappers vocabulary, lol. Anyways…consider it the intro to new artist Just John. Get caught up on his SoundCloud too.
fresher than a Mentos.
Premiere via Complex Canada: ca.complex.com/music/2015/09/lis…e-pheona-premiere
Produced by: Jeremy Rodney-Hall Artwork: Sean Gardiner
Nice one from the homies Jae Ari and Erik Flowchild. Anika Marie with the assist.
It’s been a while.
Fresh off his 2 Nominations for the 2015 Niagara Music Awards, Jae Ari blesses listeners with new music.
‘Screwface Flow’ is the anthem of determination and persistence off an upcoming project that details a similar reverence. Anika Marie, a soul singer, offers us a truth: “I keep my head above it, cause I know my destiny”. Sounding the most poised and convinced, she delivers profoundly. The song’s fludity and hopeful energy are further complimented by Toronto emcee Erik Flowchild whos’ verse boasts the issues plaguing the city we now call “the 6ix”.
This lyrical and soulful performance is as always, worth a listen as Jae Ari preps for his new upcoming project to arrive shortly.
Jae Ari – ‘Screwface Flow’ featuring Anika Marie & Erik Flowchild. Produced by Hpnotic718.