The song that fully made me check to make sure my headphones were on the right way (which they were) and then question the wiring of my studio speakers (also, correct) gets a beautifully powerful visual treatment via director extraordinaire Peter Huang. Shouts to Jessie man. Def my favorite song by her yet.
Years ago I was introduced to a big producer… The devil tempts but he doesn’t win.
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“It’s just a serious vibe, like almost like trance music. I love music that takes you somewhere & I like to create places with my music. Obvious to me is just this future dystopia, that’s just how I hear it.” – NUE re: Obvious perspective
“Sometimes the writings on the wall and addressing it may take more time and energy than leaving it be. Now you’re being oblivious to shit that’s right there but you just don’t wanna face it, because you don’t wanna accept it or maybe you just don’t care at all anymore. So you kind of just let it self-destruct.” – NUE re: Obvious lyrical content
Toronto rapper Harvey Stripes embodies the cold, hard North in his new video “Snowbirds.” In a setting straight out of “Inception’s” climax, Stripes holes up in a mansion with a gang of cold-hearted ladies, dressed in ski masks and not much else. The location shots are excellent, with cinematography and editing by Zac Facts, who deftly juxtaposes the duality of the icy Canadian exterior with the fiery passion of the deadly temptresses. Over a banging beat from Murda Beatz, Stripes continues to prove himself as another notable voice from the 6.
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Production Companies : Martine aimait les films & Cult Nation Producer: Clara L’Heureux-Garcia Producer: Alexandre Auray Production Coordinator: Audrey Fallu Production Coordinator: Laurie Chouinard Director : Émile Lavoie
Husser aka The Black Steve Jobs releases his first single and video from his forthcoming debut album Geto Rock For The Youth on Cult Nation. Known for his lyrics and fiery stage presence alongside indie rap darlings The Posterz, Husser’s early solo outings have proven to be extremely successful. His collaboration with label-mate Charlotte Cardin, “Like it Doesn’t Hurt”, has been streamed over 3 million times on Spotify, and the accompanying video (in which Husser co-stars) has already amassed over one million views. Furthermore, his guest spot on Black Tiger Sex Machine’s “Crazies” has also been met with fanfare on SoundCloud where it has racked up over 300k plays. His first solo single and video “Can’t Blame ‘Em” flips the typical Apple new product launch on its head, as only a dreadlocked Black Steve Jobs from the ‘hood could.