NEW VIDEO: Ain’t No Love – Plummet (Short Film) (Directed by Indrani)

rez | Video | Sunday, March 15th, 2015

Ain’t No Love get their “Birdman” on with the crazy long steady-cam work as part of the promotional short film / music video for their new Plummet EP. Shouts to the emcees but I’ve been saying it and will continue to say it…this needs to be the Saidah Conrad show.

Plummet is available here now.

Warner Music Canada recording artists Ain’t No Love will launch their new EP, Plummet, on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. To introduce the world to the music of Plummet, the band recruited award-winning director and photographer Indrani Pal-Chadhuri to produce a phantasmagorical 10 minute film that features all of the record’s six tracks. Beginning March 10, fans can go to to watch the film and download the EP.

Critics have labelled Toronto’s Ain’t No Love as Renegade Pop or electro hiphop while others simply call it exciting. With a sound cultivated in the clubs and on the streets of Montreal, the trio has perfected the craft of body moving music with an attitude. Rappers 1990 and Beanz deliver edgy lyrics and control the crowd with ease, while singer Saidah’s sultry presence and chilling vocals can hypnotize any audience. The six tracks on Plummet cover a dizzying array of sounds and beats that set Ain’t No Love apart from the rest of the hip hop world.

The EP’s title track ‘Plummet’, whose drug-driven lyrics are a fitting introduction to Ain’t No Love’s fearlessness, a band that does not shy away from taboo subjects. Indeed, the track, ‘Pussy Down’, only continues to demonstrate the group’s bold nature as they flip the standard sexual expectations of hip hop on their head. The track ‘Summa’ was produced by fellow Canadian Birthday Boy, whose recent take on Beyonce’s ‘Party’ reached the top 5 spot on the Hype Machine Remix Chart. His idea, in his own words, was “to blend House and R&B, do it a bit up-tempo then switch to half time for the verses’’, and it’s an aim he has undoubtedly achieved.

Birthday Boy is not the only formidable producer to lend his talent to this EP. Toronto- based producers Avenue, Rich Kidd, and Nightizm also contribute alongside Australian Cam Bluff. Avenue has been responsible for Tobtok, Miami Horrow, Lemaitre and Penguin Prison edits, and the track he produced on the EP, ‘Cry in the Rain’ has already made it to no. 4 on the Hype Machine’s most popular chart. Bluff is credited for the production of Hilltop Hoods and 360 records, and Rich Kidd has been nominated for several JUNOs, while the up-and-coming Nightizm has received coveted exposure from the likes of THUMP.

To produce the master-piece film that is Plummet, director Indrani reunited with fashion art director GK Reid (together they have worked on music videos for David Bowie and Mariah Carey among others) and DoP Pasha Patriki to create a unique one-shot film in which the camera seems to float as it follows Saidah trying to escaope a party that is one person’s fantasy and another’s nightmare. The surprise ending will surely shock the viewer.

Ain’t No Love’s live talents have led them to share the stage with such celebrated artists as Zeds Dead, Iggy Azalea, Steve Aoki, Redman and Calvin Harris. They’ve also played industry showcases like SXSW and been featured on MTV, Billboard and Majestic Casual. The Bridge and Law remix of their track ‘Love Me Lots’ currently has over one million views on YouTube.
With a wealth of talent involved in its making, Ain’t No Love have created a genre-bending EP which mixes elements from across the board to create a unique kind of renegade pop – an original and attention-grabbing brand of club-ready music. The group achieves what few artists do: craft radio-friendly tracks whilst maintaining underground appeal. With two EPs, a handful of music videos and past performances spanning across the USA, UK and Canada, Ain’t No Love is prepared to release their next body of work: an EP called Plummet.


NEW VIDEO: Jaydahmann “Conquer” (Directed by Glen Richards)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Saturday, March 14th, 2015

Directed by Glen Richards.

Jaydahmann drops his latest!

Buy #Conquer Now:…

For bookings contact: or Brian Cox – 647-550-8464

The Conquer video is here!

Watch the video that everyone has been waiting for — Conquer by Jaydahmann. The emotionally driven 1st single off of his EP being released in the summer of 2015 now has a backdrop as the video takes a visual walk through his life and rising career; from his humble beginnings to his imminent place in Toronto’s Hip-Hop history. Conquer is the story of a ghetto youth; courage, perseverance, and a will to defy all odds by any means necessary. The video taps into next level Jaydahmann by showcasing his polished sound, look and notoriety through celebrity features and high profile guest appearances — You do not want to miss this!

Share & Post this video and stay close to the movement!

Also, look out for The #ConquerProjct coming in April, details coming soon!


Song Producer: C-Sharp of Heavy Weight Bangers (
Video Director: Glen Richards ( (…)
Cameraman/Video Editor: Gregory Bennett (

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Jaydahmann “Changes”

NEW VIDEO: Juno Awards Cypher – Tre Mission “Milly”

rez | Video | Friday, March 13th, 2015

Part 3 of the solo performances from the Juno / CBC cypher.

Tre Mission, Saukrates, Naturally Born Strangers, Marco Polo:
This year’s Juno rap nominees gathered in the depths of CBC HQ in order to perform one verse from their nominated albums before capping it all off with an epic group freestyle cypher.

Producer: Jesse Kinos-Goodin
Director: David F. Mewa
Visual/Editorial Director: Dennis Chan
Camera: Mike Carry, Adam Revesz
Recording Engineer: Ron Skinner
Assistant Recording Engineer: Ian Theriault


VIDEO: P. Reign Interview w/ theSTASHBOX (UK)

rez | Video | Thursday, March 12th, 2015

P. Reign chops it up with theSTASHBOX about Dear America and more…

Whilst in London for his European Tour, we linked up with P Reign at Sony HQ to discuss his latest project, meeting Drake for the first time and his rap influences.



BEAT: – “Far Away” and “At Your Service”.



NEW VIDEO: Ashton Martin “Been A While” (Directed by Brian Gregory)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

Directed by Brian Gregory.

Ashton Martin returns with new sounds produced by Asiam.

Mix: Phil Demetro – Lacquer Channel Toronto
EP: Mashariki Cohen

VIDEO: King Reign – Guilty Party (Live Performance for AUX TV)

rez | Video | Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

King Reign performs one of his big chunes for “Influenced” on AUX TV.

King Reign has been on the hip-hop scene for more than 10 years and has worked with names such as Drake, Kardinal Offishall, Saukrates, Pharoahe Monch, and many others. Now with a new album out, he’s ready to show fans why he’s got staying power after all these years.

Influenced takes an in-depth look at Canadian musicians across different genres. From their humble beginnings to their sold out tours, the artists and bands featured share their stories and biggest musical influences of their careers. Filmed live on location, prepare to go backstage and front row centre with exclusive live performances from your favourite acts!

Check out the teaser above, and tune into AUX TV Thursday, March 12 at 9:00 p.m. EST for the full episode.


NEW VIDEO: Juno Awards Cypher – Naturally Born Strangers “Strangers / The Strangerhood”

rez | Video | Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

Another straight performance as part of the Juno / CBC cypher session. Chyea.

Tre Mission, Saukrates, Naturally Born Strangers, Marco Polo:
This year’s Juno rap nominees gathered in the depths of CBC HQ in order to perform one verse from their nominated albums before capping it all off with an epic group freestyle cypher.

Producer: Jesse Kinos-Goodin
Director: David F. Mewa
Visual/Editorial Director: Dennis Chan
Camera: Mike Carry, Adam Revesz
Recording Engineer: Ron Skinner
Assistant Recording Engineer: Ian Theriault

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NEW VIDEO: Love Taps feat. Maya Killtron “Back For More” (Directed by Mike Bishop)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Directed by Mike Bishop.

Maya connects with NYC-based Love Taps for some love song crooning.

OUT NOW, Everywhere!
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‘Back For More’ is the first release from LOVE TAPS; a laid-back fusion of tropical vibes featuring heavyhearted vocals from one of Toronto’s rising talents, Maya Killtron. The song recounts a doomed and one-sided relationship, furthering a minimalist, mid-tempo beat which is masterfully paralleled by Maya’s dark lyrics. 3 top notch remixes round out the release, including Smalltown DJs (Fools Gold) & Lambo’s (Get Right) future house vibe journey that would sound at home on Annie Mac’s show, or peak time in a Duke Dumont set..Pure class! Konrad OldMoney delivers a blissed out Hip Hop remake, featuring guest vocalist Chris Ferg who stops by for a quick verse. Finally, The Slow Waves do what they do so well, time and time again. A warm hug for a hot track, lush vibes and bass warmth to get us through the winter.


01. Back For More featuring Maya Killtron (Original Mix)
02. Back For More (Smalltown DJs & Lambo Remix)
03. Back For More (Konrad OldMoney Remix featuring Chris Ferg)
04. Back For More (The Slow Waves Remix)

More Info on Love Taps:

More Info on Maya Killtron…

NEW VIDEO: BriskInTheHouse “July” (Directed by MWorks)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Directed by MWorks.

New BriskInTheHouse sounds and looks as he preps for an April 7th release for his upcoming mixtape.

Twitter: @Briskinthehouse

NEW VIDEO: Big Lean feat Juelz Santana “Benjamins”

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Visuals for Big Lean’s collabo with Juelz, produced by 1da.

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