NEW MUSIC: Rockie Fresh “Down To Roll” (Prod. Zalezy x Sevn Thomas)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Zalezy and Sevn Thomas provide the sonic backdrop for the latest leak off Rockie’s upcoming mixtape.

NEW MUSIC: Kaytranada x k-Os “Freestyle”

Ty Harper | Music | Monday, January 4th, 2016

Two Kevin’s connect.

NEW MUSIC: Eric Bellinger feat. Tory Lanez “Don’t Look Down” (Prod. Samm Busy x Habib x August Grant x A|C)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Monday, January 4th, 2016

Mr. Lanez with the assist on Eric Bellinger’s latest.

NEW MUSIC: Travi$ Scott feat. The Weeknd “Wonderful” (Prod. T-Minus x Boi-1da)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Monday, January 4th, 2016

Travi$ makes it a Toronto-trifecta collaboration with his latest.

NEW MUSIC: Minty Burns “Found The One” (Prod. J Mak x Dennis)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Monday, January 4th, 2016

Latest from Minty.

NEW VIDEO: Blake Carrington feat. Devontée “W.Y.T.D.” (Prod. Devontee)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

Visuals for Blake’s link up with Devontée and off Mr. Carrington’s upcoming #FAILURE project out in April.

VIDEO: Muziki Ni Feature w/ Tanika Charles (The Africa Channel)

rez | Video | Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

More Toronto love via The Africa Channel. This time, featuring Mz. Chawlz!

In this episode of Muziki Ni, singer/songwriter Tanika Charles takes viewers to a few of her favorite Toronto haunts and shares four cuts from her debut EP ‘Silly Happy Wild’. Unveil a side of city-living that inspires the singer’s unique brand of soul music. And find out why it’s worth the trip to Ali’s Roti Shop in Parkdale, to dine on authentic Trinidadian cuisine. Singer/songwriter Tanika Charles explores her Canadian / Trinidadian heritage and its influence on her music and identity.

Previous: VIDEO: MUZIKI NI FEATURE W/ SLAKAH THE BEATCHILD (THE AFRICA CHANNEL)

NEW MUSIC: Haley Smalls “Hallucinations” (Cover)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

Haley does her thing over that new dvsn/nineteen85 riddim.

INTERVIEW: A Conversation Between Septo x McCallaman

Ty Harper | Interviews,Music,Video | Friday, January 1st, 2016

Two of the city’s brightest chop it up about their art!

NEW ALBUM: Karma x Lotus “The Honest Truth (2003- 2008)”

Ty Harper | Album,Audio,Music | Thursday, December 31st, 2015

Directed by Jai Nitai Lotus.

We close out 2015 with an unreleased throwback project from MTL’s Karma & Lotus.

“Montreal hip hop artists Karma Atchykah and Jai Nitai Lotus collaborated for over a decade, combining their talents to produce what some people have called “the Montreal Black Star.” 

-CultMTL

A little bit about us, Montreal and The Honest Truth LP:
“Karma and I have been working together since meeting in 2002 at a talent show. We really hit it off in terms of influences and style and over the years we shared many moments on stage and in the studio. We recorded “The Honest Truth” LP in between 2003-2007 and was supposed to drop 2008 (on PTR records), as a follow-up to our “The Notice EP” (2006), but we both got lost in solo projects and it never happened. After the real strong response to our “Monday” songvideo (off my ‘One- Off’ series) a couple weeks ago we felt like it would be a good holiday-freebie, before the New Year.
This project is really close to our hearts and was recorded during a special time in the scene here in Montreal. Turf Builder (pre-Art Beat, similar idea) was going on, Karma and I were doing monthlys at Jello Bar (closed now) and really getting a lot of people hip to our sound. The music really speaks for itself: soulful, honest, raw hip hop shit. I produced the the entire album and Karma and I go back and forth on the rhymes. Not a thing has been changed to this project and it still sounds fresh to the ear. The few select cats who had copies of it over the years would always mention it to us like “when are y’all going to put out The Honest Truth?! its still so relevant today”…testimony to timeless music perhaps?:) Karma and I sat down recently and listened to it to make sure it was a move we would both still felt good about taking. When listening we were surprised on how some of the shit we were rapping about is more relevant to us today then it was then…music is funny like that. “
Much peace and creativity!
Jai Nitai Lotus

Previously: NEW MUSIC: JAI NITAI LOTUS “GREETINGS OF PEACE”

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