Did you know there’s rock, paper, scissors competitions and even a world championship…??? W.T.F. Lol.
Chillaz drops his debut full-length release “Yours To Discover”.
The project features production from JD Beatz, Chemist, Hollywood and Ando Beats.
For a preview of what to expect check the visuals for the intro track (“Right Now”) HERE.
Full tracklist after the jump!
Some newness from the Beatface crew.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Beatface “In Your Bed” (Revisited)
Muneshine produces and compiles some beats for your winter-listening/singing/rapping/contemplating pleasure.
Holler at him: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come-up emcee/producer Trxnic (Tronic) releases “Love” – his first collection of self-produced beats.
Previously: Tronic “Rose Gold” (Produced by Tronic)
SonReal goes in over the Common/No I.D. track.
Tona came into 2012 with a bang thanks to his “New Year” , “Vietkwam” and “Tree Branch” joints. His upcoming “Reform School” project, mixed by DJ Wristpect, drops next month and to celebrate its release he’s hooked up with “H” (Day & Night, Beau Ties parties) for a special edition of the “MORE” series of events.
Join us as DJ’s P-Plus and The Boogeyman pay homage to the artists and producers from the greatest city in the world, Toronto. From the classics to present day material, to the underground bangers and commerical hits, expect to hear your favourite joints from your favourite Toronto artists.
We are excited to celebrate TONA’s newest mixtape release, “Reform School”, mixed by world renowned Dj Wristpect ( Smash Squad Dj’s). Mixtape includes features from Freeway, Kardinal Offishal, Ayah, Kim Davis and more.
Not only are we celebrating the release of “Reform School”, we’re also going to be celebrating “us”. By “us”, we mean Toronto music at its finest. The spotlight is on our city and it’s shining bright! It’s about that time we honor it in a major way!
No gimmicks. MORE Toronto. MORE Party.
Directed by Marcos Fantu.
This is the second instalment of the short video, spoken word series of mine directed by Marcos Fantu in different parts of downtown Toronto (click HERE to see Part 1). It is an acapella version of the song ‘Prayers’ originally featuring Kyauna Clarke that I never released.
Directed by Shawn Haynes.
Available now on iTunes!
Produced by David Neale.
Previously: VIDEO: Notice “Sex Tape” (BTS)