Lancecape cooks up a lil sumptin for the Royce/Primo joint.
Jaydahmann closes out the year with some reflections on things.
Aaaaaw sh*t! Big shouts to the O.G. Swiff LaRoc on the remix!
Grimace Love’s reggae inspired Tell Dem Remix (Tell Dem Again) has been so well received that it has inspired a bag of others remixes by some hip hop heavy weights…
The second installment off of the International RMX Package features that gritty T Dot sound, cooked up by renowned DJ and Juno award winning producer Swiff 88 a.k.a Swiff LaRoc.
Swiff has played an integral part in the building of Toronto’s music industry. Being 1/3 of the organic trio known as Da Grassroots, he has been producing and spinning music professionally for over 15yrs. Listen and download to his take on Grimace Love’s TELL DEM AGAIN.
Directed by Anastasia McKnight.
Produced by AMoBroBro
Shot by Rasarcam
Directed by Tom Glass Pictures.
Minty Burns releases his latest project: “The Golden Ticket”.
I have no idea what to think about this. Only D, man. Only D. Happy Holidays!
D-Sisive | Farty’s Oyster Barn Presents... Pass The Nog! D-Sisive Croons the Ol’ Christmas Classics at the Yuletide Jamboree [Digitally Remastered in Dolby Surround Sound]
I was in Malibu, poolside at Josh Groban’s, when he asked me if I’ve ever considered making a Christmas album. “I haven’t,” I told him. He looked at me and said, “you should! You can make a lot of fucking cheese off that shit, Christoff!”
Josh ignited a spark inside me. I’ve spent the last 6 years recording emotional, autobiographical rap songs. I’ve never really stepped out of that zone. Christmas is something I’ve always celebrated at least once a year, and Christ is part of my surname. It made sense. As I rubbed Groban’s chest with tanning oil, I told him, “I think I’m interested. It has to be live. And will only work if a certain someone produces it.” Josh sat up and said, “let me make a call.”
Before I knew it, I was at a steakhouse with legendary record producer, David Foster. “Mad fucking cheese, Christoff. Mad cheese,” Foster whispered. Now it really made sense. As I rubbed David’s chest with tanning oil, I told him, “I’m interested. It has to be live. And will only work if you produce it.” Dave sat up and said, “let me make a call.”
Before I knew it, I was on stage in a sold out Newmarket Cultural Arts Centre, in Newmarket, Ontario, performing Christmas classics, backed by my wishlist of favourite musicians. It was a dream come true. A dream that is going to make me very, very rich.
Toss your All-4-One and Our Lady Peace Christmas albums in the trash. You have a new soundtrack for the holidays!
Love and kisses.
Tassnata’s latest project includes features from Rich Kidd, Junia-T, JD Era, Andreena and Danny Brown + production from Superville, Pops, Snaz and Kemi.