INTERVIEW: Birthday Boy w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Thursday, December 7th, 2017

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Chedo chops it up with one of the dopes producers out right now…Birthday Boy.

My guest today is Birthday Boy who is an artist, DJ, and Producer. He is a key piece of our audio documentary “Northern Stars”. He’s produced for a l l i e, Drew Howard, and so many more dope artists.

I enjoyed our conversation from the beginning of Birthday Boy’s start to talking about the drive to make something, the fundamental need to connect with other people.

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INTERVIEW: Roy Woods w/ No Jumper

rez | Interviews | Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Woods doing the Say Less rounds.

Roy Woods is an extremely talented Canadian singer signed to OVO. I was lucky enough to get him in the studio for an interview and we had a great conversation. Enjoy!

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INTERVIEW: Maylee Todd w/ BanTOR Radio

rez | Interviews | Saturday, November 25th, 2017

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Maylee Todd chops it up with BanTOR Radio. Nice.

Maylee Todd lives through Acts Of Love.

Whether on stage, or in everyday life, it’s the title of her new album, which resonates with sentiments of spirituality, rebirth, human connection and immense personal growth. A highly vulnerable and exceptionally executed piece of work, the Toronto artist delivered the music through Virtual Womb. Maylee invited audiences to step inside a vulva, smash their egos upon entry and delve into their own acts of love through a live, kaleidoscopic audiovisual trip. Through this, Maylee has examined her own journey, and other perspectives, which has resulted in awakening, cultivation of skill and collective consciousness.

We sat down with Maylee to delve into these subjects, and reflect on heritage, witty womxn, meditation, and how fast food can inspire a hot track.

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INTERVIEW: 11:11 w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Friday, November 24th, 2017

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Chedo chops it up with 11:11, who will also be headlining at the Come Up Show 10-Year Anniversary this coming Thursday night.

11:11 is going to be headlining at our 10th-anniversary concert on Thursday, Nov. 30th at Adelaide Hall. Check out the playlist we made for you and full details about the show at: bit.ly/2AiqKCC

11:11 is slowly becoming the face of soul music in Toronto. The rising star started out making beats in the studio at Lawrence Heights Community Center in the West End. After realizing the potential in his voice, he transitioned from producer to singer. Now he’s making waves with over 25 milion views on YouTube.

In this interview, 11 talked to us about the drama that inspires his music, why he chose music over football and his new album that’s coming out after Christmas!

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INTERVIEW: M.I.Blue w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Saturday, November 18th, 2017

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Get to know M.I.Blue!

M.I. Blue is an artist the encompasses the soul, culture, and sound of Toronto’s growing music scene. Her EP “Black Tea and Mint” has made waves on Soundcloud with over 20K plays. With this, Blue has become part of the growing new wave in the city’s music scene.

In this interview Chedo and M.I. Blue got to bond over their Eritrean roots, and discuss the exciting musical renaissance happening in Toronto. Blue shared her experience with self-doubt and depression, how her culture and upbringing shaped her sound, and her new EP she’ll be releasing next year. Play the podcast to hear more!

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INTERVIEW: City Fidelia w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

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City Fidelia chops it up with The Come Up Show.

City Fidelia is a socially conscious rapper that’s always speaking on hardships everyone can relate to. He’s shared the stage with artists like Fabulous, Bow Wow, and A$AP Rocky, and performed at major festivals like Bluesfest and Manifesto. What many don’t know about City is that he has a crazy come up story, that all started when he moved to Toronto. He and his friends would rent out their place and share a small room every weekend, just to help support his music. They now make up the creative collective Ensemble, where their mission is to bring people together and teach that anything is possible through art.

In this interview, City takes us through his upbringing in Ottawa, and how he moved to Toronto to pursue music. We talked about how hard his transition was, and how it gave inspiration to his hit song “Lately.” He tells us what it was like to work with Malik Yusef, Kanye West’s good friend and a member of G.O.O.D Music. For an artist that’s not from a big city, this interview will inspire you.

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INTERVIEW: Clairmont the Second w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

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Lil’ Mont from the Ave chops it up one mo’gin with Big Chedo from the Come Up Show. Looking forward to the Saucy Boss album too, lol.

Clairmont the Second is a rapper representing the west side of Toronto. He’s a multi-faceted artist, with a sound that can’t be compared to any other artist in the game right now.

This is Clairmont’s second appearance on The Come Up Show Podcast, and there’s been so much growth since the last time we spoke. In our interview, we talked about his different personas from Clairmont The Second, Lil Mont from the Ave, Saucy Boss. He told us about the time he almost lost his life in a car accident, what it was like to license his previous album to a record label, and so much more. If you want to get real insight on what Toronto artists are going through right now, you need to listen to this interview.

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INTERVIEW: Majid Jordan w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Friday, October 6th, 2017

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Chedo chops it up with Majid and Jordan.

Meet Majid Jordan, the magical musical duo straight from OVO Sound 🗣 🔉 🔉. The two Toronto natives, Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman, have made waves with their electronic, R&B music. They met in 2011 when they were students at the University of Toronto, and now five years later their headlining shows and performing at festivals 🔝🚶. We got a chance to speak to Majid Jordan at Manifesto Festival. Listen to them talk about the Canada’s “tight-knit” community 💪, how the Toronto sound is changing, and what dreams their chasing now🙇 🙇 🙌. Below is an excerpt from our talk, play the podcast to hear more.

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FEATURE: Northern Stars: Exploring the Alternative to Toronto’s Sound (The Come Up Show)

rez | Interviews | Thursday, September 21st, 2017

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Dope special edition of The Come Up Show! Description says it all. Take it in!

What’s the first thing you think of when you hear “Toronto sound”? I’m willing to bet Drake or The Weeknd instinctively come to mind. What many don’t know is that Toronto’s music scene is complex and varies on a spectrum that goes beyond the dark, moody sound that often characterizes the city. Take for instance singer-songwriter and producer a l l i e, her style in music goes beyond the typical dark-moody sound that Toronto is known for. Her sound involves a lot of groove and funk undertones, something she calls “a mash-up of analog and digital”.

a l l i e isn’t the only star rising in Toronto’s alternative scene, artists like M.I. Blue, Clairmont the Second, and 2nd Son are also changing what is known as “Toronto sound.” In this episode of The Come Up Show we present our very first audio documentary presented by Soundcloud. We talk to artists from Toronto who contribute a unique and alternative sound to the city, share their perspective on being an artist in Toronto, and discuss whether or not the musical renaissance is changing things for the better. Thanks to stars like Drake and The Weeknd, Toronto has climbed the ranks of musical hotspots and is now able to bring our talented artists to light.

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INTERVIEW: Saudin w/ The Come Up Show

rez | Interviews | Friday, September 1st, 2017

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Chedo and Saudin chop it up on The Come Up Show.

This week we present our interview with Toronto producer and singer Saudin.

He’s having his debut show this Friday, September 1 at the Mod Club and we definitely recommend you check it out. Saudin is most commonly known for his role in the long-running TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation. Now he’s making music with his first EP “Before I Met You” four months ago and just released a brand new EP “A Midsummer’s Daydream.”

We had a very inspiring conversation that explores Saudin’s creative process every up-and-coming artist should listen to. Saudin told us about his upbringing, living with his famous sister and how it inspired him, his transition from acting to making music, and so much more. Below is an excerpt, play the podcast to hear more.

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