NEW MUSIC: Rochelle Jordan “How To Feel” (Prod. Klash)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

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Via 1LoveTO!

Noiice. Come-up songstress Rochelle Jordan’s back with a sick one.

“How To Feel” is off her upcoming project “In Search Of… Radio” (a nod to The Neptunes & Radiohead).

Produced by Klash.

NEW ALBUM: PG “The Elements Of PG”

Ty Harper | Album,Audio,Music | Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

PG - The Elements of PG Cover

New kid on the block PG drops her debut project “The Elements of PG” with production from Bass Line, Mark James, Amir, Matt Lawrence, Ace Keys and T-Nyce plus guest appearances from Lokz, Kyauna Clark and J Coop.

Previously: NEW VIDEO: PG – Free

NEW MUSIC: Drake “The Greatness” (Director’s Cut) (DJ Grouch Edit) (Prod. Snaz)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

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This was a edit Dj Grouch had mentioned doing cuts for a while ago but I’ma let him do the splainin’..

My homie Snaz, produced this track by Drake which didn’t make it on the Thank Me Later LP & was leaked after on the mixtape, Thank Me Now. Snaz hit me up last Sept, saying he didn’t like the version that leaked because it was unfinished & he felt that the track needed scratching on the 4 bar bridge after the 1st verse. He asked if I could do the cuts. I said NP, so I gathered up a bunch of Drizzy acapellas & I picked the lines that best suited this joint. He told me he was gonna call it the Director’s Cut. So there ya have it.

Previously: NEW MUSIC: DJ Khaled feat. Lil Wayne, Rick Ross & Drake “I’m On One” (Prod. 40 & T-Minus)

NEW MIXTAPE: A-Game “Since 1988″ Mixtape (Full Download)

Ty Harper | Audio,Mixtape,Music | Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Since 1988 Front

Download HERE!

A-Game let off their “Since 1988″ project, with appearances from Trish, Daniel Daley, Hakeem and Rich Flyer plus production from Bassline, Kromatik, J Reid, 88 Renegades, Mark James and Grammy-nominated producers, T-Minus and Tone Mason.

www.since-1988.com

Full tracklist after the jump!

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NEW VIDEO: A-Game “Since 1988″ (Commercial) (Directed by Jye Oram)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Monday, May 30th, 2011

Directed by Jye Oram.

Just under 2 hours left till A-Game drops their “Since 1988″ project.

Sign-up at www.since-1988.com to be the first to get it!

Previously: VIDEO: A-Game “Oh My” (BTS)

NEW VIDEO: Latenight Leno “Look At Me Now” (Directed by Shankeith Creative)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Monday, May 30th, 2011

Directed by Shankeith Creative.

www.twitter.com/latenightleno

NEW VIDEO: Famous “All Hail The Kid” (Directed by Zac Facts)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Monday, May 30th, 2011

Directed by Zac Facts.

Download HERE!

More newness from Famous leading up to his “Road To Center Stage Part 1″ EP hosted by DJ Kay Slay.

Produced by Burd N Keyz.

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Famous – Slow Down feat. Rich Kidd (Dir. by Zac Facts)

NEW VIDEO: Jelly “All Black Everything” (Directed by SilveX Media)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Monday, May 30th, 2011

Directed by SilveX Media.

Jelly drops the full visuals for her “All Black Everything” joint.

http://www.JellyToofly.com
http://www.twitter.com/jellytoofly

http://www.starent.com

NEW VIDEO: Mayhem Morearty feat. JRDN “Thug U” (Directed by Cazhmere) + DJ Pack (Prod. Soze & Arthur McArthur)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Sunday, May 29th, 2011

Morey’s Back!

“Thug U” featuring JRDN is the first single off of Mayhem’s forthcoming album “The Anarkists Cookbook” on Mosaic Music, produced by Soze & Arthur McArthur.

VIDEO: FLIP HOP | che kothari x elicser x blake carrington / rich kidd

rez | Video | Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Here’s the 2nd video in Che‘s FLIP HOP series. More info below too courtesy of TheManifesto.ca!

As issues with graffiti have been at the forefront of Toronto politics of late, this collection examines graffiti as a legitimate art form. Che Kothari in partnership with acclaimed graffiti artists Skam and Elicser, create two original pieces of Graffiti Art. The spectator is given the opportunity to delve into the process behind the work. This approach brings a context to a medium that is typically understood at face value with little consideration or understanding of the purpose and meaning inherent to the work. The illuminated approach to the graffiti medium puts an artistic lens to a craft that has been a fundamental form of expression throughout history. Posing graffiti as a beautiful expression of very public and accessible art comes at a time of most urgency when the threat of citations to business owners who bare these types of artistic expressions loom on the daily.

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