Official full-length from the homies Marvel and Arcee aka Covert Ops. Production from Rich Kidd, T.R.A.C.K.S., Mr. Attic, Jake One, MoSS and more.
2nd look at Ain’t No Love. Shouts to the vocalist in this group Saidah Conrad. Every time they drop a song I wish she did her own R&B remix. No shots at the MCs.
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Always liked this dude Robb. The grind continues.
“Robb seems to be on a spree with this current release he connects with MTM’s own Payso at North Hollywood Studio’s to create a heat filled Jodeci Freestyle. Payso’s Debut Mixtape #HateIsTheNewLove is coming soon, You can catch Robb’s “Hurricane Season” CD at www.RegularRobb.com”
GrindHouse Project is a collective of producers & rappers hailing from Rexdale (West-end Toronto). The group is comprised of rappers Trace Motivate & 360, with Soundwave & Astromega on the beats. Musical freedom and independence is a must for the artists of GrindHouse Project, from production to lyrical ability and all other aspects of the hip hop culture that comes with building a musical following without signing to a major label. Everything is done for the fans.
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Track produced by Futurewave
Mixed & Mastered by Futurewave Sound Design & Production
Directed by KidMajinFilms http://kidmajinfilms.tumblr.com
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Solid release from Sese in support of his #AOA project.
Sese – Grass
Produced by: 2oolman
Directed by: Zac Facts for Independent Muscle
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AGE OF AQUARIUS VIDEOS
1. Sese – T.H.R
2. Sese – Put It Up feat Syph
3. Sese – Grass
AGE OF AQUARIUS VLOGS
1.#AgeOfAquarius Vlog One
2. #AgeOfAquarius Vlog Two
3. #AgeOfAquarius Vlog Three
4. #AgeOfAquarius Vlog Four
Tona On Rap, Race and Scarborough’s Legacy.
By Luke Fox
The artist formerly known as Daetona has come a long way from spitting in a Kris Kross-styled kiddie rap crew in Toronto’s Chester Le housing projects, or from the battle rapper who slaughtered us with punch lines of a looped telephone dial tone. Soon after he nearly quit the rap game entirely, Tona hit the studio with fellow Toronto stalwart Rich Kidd and cranked out his most versatile work to date. Silverspring Crescent is the sound of an MC flexing his conceptual and sonic range. Over Long Island iced teas on the eve of his album release, Tona details his growth as an artist, his epic (rigged?) cross-town battle with Blake Carrington, and what the hell it means to “Jay Electronica a hoe.” Scarborough, stand up.
Why go with just one producer, Rich Kidd, for Silverspring Crescent?
The chemistry works. I’ve been working with Rich Kidd for a very long time. He has so many different directions he can take his sound, and it sounds so polished. He’s one of the best producers, period, not even talking Canada. His sounds fits my format so well, we started clicking. There’s not many people that would’ve selected half the joints I choose to rhyme over onSilverspring Crescent. But those are the ones I’m drawn to. And he’s consistent with his shit. As long as dudes like Rich Kidd and others are elevating their game to that level, I’ll always be able to put out quality music.
What is the working relationship like?
Now that he’s getting his artistry together, he doesn’t have as much time as he used to. He’s always been an artist as long as I’ve known him, but now, due to schedules clashing, he might send me a batch of joints and I’ll send them back to him. He’ll add to it, finish it up and we’ll put it out. That’s the way it’s been working lately.
Any worry that, since he raps as well, he might hog the best beats for his own project?
If I were him, I’d be doing that. I wouldn’t give rappers my best shit. [Laughs] But all of his shit sounds crazy, so how can you separate?
Does he ever give you guidance on the vocals?
You know what happens? He’ll give his ideas through beat titles; they’ll already have a concept sometimes. Especially with Silverspring Crescent, he’ll name the beat something crazy like, “She Can Get It,” and the way the beat moves, sometimes the title is perfect — this is what I’m-a call the track. That’s not a formula I’d recommend for anybody, but it works for me.
Shouts to Bozack’s beard though!!!! Haven’t seen dude in a MINUTE!!! Lol
Get to know brand new crew Great Minds – a new collective of young artists on the grind. Here’s the full breakdown and you can check out their debut mixtape below.
Great Minds consists of 11 young rappers, photographers, producers, designers, and videographers. Great Minds stands behind the true meaning of Hip-Hop, self expression and realness. Great Minds are inspired by other great minds, revolutionary and musically such as; Bob Marley, Krs One, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, ect..
Our movement and family based mentality is inspired by other groups such as; Wu-Tang, Souls Of Mischief, Mobb Deep, ect.. We’ve have had some exposure on websites such as hiphopcanada.com, northstarhiphop.com, eachones.com, and more. We’ve also received some radio airplay alongside some of the best in today’s rap game.
Yesterday, July 4th, we released our very first mixtape entitled RFT$A, which stands for ‘Representative For The Starving Artists’. The mixtape features every member in Great Minds. Below, you can find a link to the mixtape on datpiff.com also mediafire.com where there is no login process required. I hope you enjoy the tape and I hope to continue further communication.
TyriqueOrDie (MC, Spoken Word Artist) @TyriqueOrDie
Kid Frank (MC, Photographer, Video Editor) @FrankFullerton
Ace AV (MC, Video Editor, Photographer) @asmoothride
King Menny (MC, Video Editor, Designer) @KingMenelik_
Dee Mullz (MC) @DeeMullz
MVRCUS (MC, Singer, Producer) @MVRCUS_
King X (MC, Designer) @BeyondSpaceOg
Kayne Enabled (MC, Boarder) @KaynexEnabled
Yazz (MC, Designer) @DontKillMyViibe
Levi Jeans (MC, Spoken Word Artist, Pianist) @_LeviJeans
Andrew (MC, Spoken Word Artist) @_MagicalJohnson
RFT$A DOWNLOAD LINKS: http://www.datpiff.com/Great-Minds-Rfta-mixtape.506562.html
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Great Minds “Iced Tea”
Latest joint from that dude Derek Wise.
After releasing Clayco to the world a couple of weeks ago, as well as being featured in XXL Magazine’s “The Break” shortly after; the track ‘LXVE’ is Derek Wise’s second release from his highly anticipated project “Mom’s Basement”. “LxVE” is produced by frequent collaborator Cristo Meth. Despite being only 20 years old, Derek paints a jazzy yet dark after-hours scene through his grizzled, raspy voice.
Sampling fellow hometown artist The Weeknd, Derek’s delivery is perfectly suited for this smokey track which gives us a deeper look into the artist’s relationship with women and money. Derek Wise’s new free album, Mom’s Basement is set to drop late summer 2013.
Official viz for new artist Allan Rayman‘s debut track “H.O.H.W.”
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