King Menny releases his “Teen Wave” EP.
DJ Andre 905 with a friendly reminder. Nice!
The 6, T Dot, The North, etc. is on a musical high these days thanks to artists such as Drake, The Weeknd, PartyNextDoor, Kardinal Offishall, etc. I believe that you cannot go ahead without looking back at times. Now is a better time than ever to relive some of the classic Canadian Urban joints of the 90s and early 2000s. Sit back and enjoy.
I will be dropping a new mix each month featuring Canadian Urban Talent. This mix series will be titled “Canadian Mint.”
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1. Bakardi Slang by Kardinal Offishall
2. Between Me & You by Jully Black Ft. Saukrates
3. The Day Before by Jully Black Ft. Baby Cham
4. Feelin Fine Remix by Jordan Croucher Ft. Classified & Jay Bizzy
5. Like To Know You by Camoflauge
6. Top Of The World by Aristo Ft. Voyce Alexander
7. City Is Mine by Drake
8. About 2 Change by Bishop Ft. Mikey G & Big Zeeks
9. God Bless The Child by Maestro
10. Money Or Love by Saukrates
11. Gotta Get Mine by Infinite
12. Much Love by Ghetto Concept
13. Hard Copy by Ghetto Concept
14. Jamaican Funk, Canadian Style by Michee Mee & L.A. Luv
15. 21 Years by Choclair
16. E-Z On The Motion by Ghetto Concept
17. Big by Brassmunk
18. Bump by Mastermind Ft. Choclair & Mr. Roam
19. Rubbin by Choclair Ft. Saukrates
20. Baahd by Dan-E-O Ft. Spidahman & Charisma
21. Ol’ Time Killin by Kardinal Offishall Ft. IRS, Jully Black, W-iok, & Allistair
22. Too Much Remix by Ghetto Concept Ft. Kardinal Offishall, Maestro, Snow,Red1 & Ironside
23. Throwback by Tone Mason Ft. Brassmunk, Graph Nobel, & G Stokes
24. Movie Starr by The Rascalz
25. Pull Up by Rochester aka Juice
26. Dialtone by Daetona
27. Get It Crackin by Richie Sosa
28. Take Me Home by JD Era Ft. Sumeet
29. Lets Ride by Choclair
30. Crazy World by The Rascalz Ft. Notch & Sazon Diamonte
31. Get Ready by Shawn Desmond
32. Get Ready (Andre 905 Remix) by Shawn Desmond
33. Money by Jellestone
34. Rally’n by Jully Black
35. Pimpin Life by Big Black Lincoln
36. Northern Touch by The Rascalz Ft. Choclair, Kardinal Offishall, Checkmate, & Thrust
37. Money Jane by Baby Blue Soundcrew Ft. Jully Black, Kardinal Offishall, & Sean Paul
38. You’ve Changed by Ro Dolla
39. Easy 2 Slip by Solitair
40. Skyline by Choclair
41. Let Your Backbone Slide by Maestro Fresh Wes
Directed by Andre Rehal.
Producer: Bruce Carson
Production House: WORKED Films
Director of Photography: Dave Stuart
First AD: Jordan Gross
First AC: Diego Alvarez
Hair & Makeup: Samantha Pickels
Casting: Olivia le Bihan
Editor: Ben Allen
Executive Producer: Bruce Carson
With a little help from our friends:
Elcee drops off a new one. If you’ve been sleeping on dude there’s a good amount of material to get caught up on at this point. Shouts to the grind.
Elcee The Artist & the JetPacks Collective presents #MANESTREAM hosted by DJ Nado. The Toronto native leaves listeners head bobbin’ from the club—to the whip—to the bedroom. Silky smooth vocals spread over double-time raps have become a trademark sound for Elcee and we get this full-fledged with his latest mixtape, #MANESTREAM. Check out Elcee on Instagram and Twitter @ElceeTheArtist and on web via www.elceetheartist.com for latest projects and events.
Introduction to another new under-20 in the city, Dom Alli. The super fast flow’s a little shaky off the top but the tape definitely starts to find itself after that and showcases the youngin’s potential. On first listen, tightest joint is probably “Gone”.
Debut mixtape from rapper/producer Dom Alli.
Directed by Tom Glass Pictures.
Minty Burns releases his latest project: “The Golden Ticket”.
The NTF crew connect with Scion for a DJ Dopey-orchestrated mix of their Target Market [Recoil] album + the release of a bunch of remixes and newness.
Catch them with Your Old Droog, Thursday February 21st @ Tattoo (567 Queen Street West).
Last night, I was packing for my tour with Mike Boyd, which kicks off tonight in Sudbury. I went downstairs to get my t-shirts out of the car. Going up, the elevator stopped on the first floor [i took the elevator from the basement]. In walked what looked like a mother and son. I’ve seen the son before. He always smokes weed by the garage ramp and never offers. This was my first time seeing the mother.She caught my attention because she looked EXACTLY like SCTV’s Andrea Martin. Convniced it was her – I pulled my phone from my pocket, made sure it was on silent, pretended to text and loaded up the camera. I had to sneak a photo. So far in my neighbourhood, I’ve only snuck photos of Tie Domi and Freak Boy, who was a featured guest on Ed The Sock’s show [when he was on cable 10]. This was huge. Andrea Martin is major.I noticed her staring into my bag of shirts. She looked up at me – at which point I realized she was NOT Andrea Martin – and said ” Does that shirt say Mr. Nobody?”I answered, “Yes.”She laughed, then asked, “Who would wear a shirt that says ‘I’m a Nobody’?”I looked at her and said, “Me.”She broke eye contact, looked up at the lit apartment-floor numbers and said “that’s hilarious.”I don’t find it hilarious. It applies to us all. All of us who aren’t Canadian sketch show cast lookalikes, that is. I can’t imagine how amazing it must feel being her. Maybe she works upscale cocktail parties with a fake Eugene Levy and Joe Flaherty. Or the real Joe Flaherty. Maybe she’s the type that would pose for a photo, if approached by an excited Andrea Martin fan in WhatABagel. Living the life of a true Somebody!Now I’m just being bitter. But…bitter is all I know. And I’m comfortable.Here’s my new mixtape. Hope you likey.ps. I called it [one] because there’s a [two] on the way. It’s going to be a busy December.D-Sisive | The Great Mr. Nobody [one]Download [$6 or more if you really love me]: https://
thedesolatecollective. bandcamp.com/album/the-great- mr-nobody-one