One videographer, many fascinating people. Join Ryan B. Patrick (aka The UrbanGuy) as he conducts one-on-one interviews with many of Toronto’s most eclectic personalities — profiling the best in art, film, music, culture and more.
Episode #5 “Ian Kamau”
Raised in Toronto to filmmaker parents who came from Trinidad in 1970, multidisciplinary artist Ian Kamau creates art with community building in mind. Kamau delves into musical and philosophical influences behind his latest hip-hop/soul album “One Day Soon” (8min.)
Get to know SBT in this clip that works in conjunction with her PledgeMusic page. And CONGRATS to her because it seems like she’s reached her goal! Any additional donations now go to the Alzheimer Society of Canada so don’t hesitate to still support!
So, I’m working on a new album and joined with PledgeMusic to create a place to interact with people on this journey. The album is called RedBlack&Blue, named after the colours of my three totem animals — Red Robin, Black Panther and Blue Butterfly — and about finding your voice, speaking your truth and empowering the human spirit.
Join me on this journey and choose one of the really cool exclusives that I’ve created to engage and build a community around the creation of this project, which includes releasing three 5-6 song EPs.
Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
The Shad and The Bastid release their collaborative effort on arguably the beautifulest Spring day we’ve had so far.
The Spring Up is the result of fortunate timing, grapefruit Perrier, a shared high school obsession with Outkast’s Aquemeni, and a couple of sessions at Skratch Bastid’s Toronto studio this April. The 5 track collection marks a moment in time for the pair; embodying the spirit of Spring and also serving as a sort of prelude to Shad’s upcoming full-length, to which Skratch Bastid also contributes. The collection features a production assist from DJ Jazzy Jeff, and a turn on the mic from compatriot Cadence Weapon.
…. saw that Small Eyez joint (first time hearing of him and was pretty good) so I just had fun wit this for the heads to appreciate. No writing Hov style a la on da spot, so if it don’t connect take what you can from it lol hopefully the shameless plug/promo at the end
“damp sample like you spilled things on it”
engineers/producers get that, for the rest of y’all just a clarification
New visuals for Shing Shing’s latest lyrical introspection-stimulation.
Stealth Movementz and Clock Management present the visuals for the Almighty Shing Shing Regime’s first video of the new year for their latest track entitled “Divine People”.
The song was produced by producer Fresh Panda and serves as the perfect platform for the group’s divine rhyme exercise as they encourage listeners to develop their inherent divine abilities/characteristics.
The regime tap into their innate gifts to deliver a soulful homage for all divine people. All “Divine Nations” united as One Mind.