Directed by NV.
Last week Sese took listeners and fans on a trip from St. Catherines, Ontario to East Oakland, California via Souls Of Mischief’s “’93 ‘Til Infinity” instrumental. Now the visuals have arrived in support of the Week 5 #TWMS release. It’s been a month since the start of the #ThisWasMyShit campaign, and Sese is busy at work crafting more releases. This is all in preperation of the third part of his “YFRWN” trilogy. Be on the lookout for weekly #TWMS releases and new material courtesy of, “Your Favourite Rappers Worst Nightmare.”
I know all y’all are trying to get that #1 hit and all that but if you’ve ever thought about scoring music for film or TV this may be something for you. Lots of work out there for that type of thing. Sorry for the last minute notice though…didn’t know the application deadline is next week so get on it! Here’s more info and link to the application info is below too.
Over the last 25 years, CFC has trained and launched some of Canada’s most exciting and prolific storytellers, while fostering strong relationships and providing many showcase opportunities for our music community.
As we look to strengthen our relationship with onscreen talent, we recognize the need within our industry for more in depth, professional onscreen musical training that would adopt the same approach to nurturing talent that is the hallmark of CFC’s programs.
The Slaight Music Residency is aimed at composers and songwriters looking to break into the onscreen world, and will support musical artists (composers & songwriters) each session.
The Slaight Music Residency will focus on:
- Increasing their onscreen musical knowledge & skills
- Fostering a deeper appreciation of the rich and important relationship of music to film and television among the next generation of onscreen creators
- Expanding their professional network
- Positioning them for ongoing work within the onscreen industries
- Building opportunities to showcase their talent
Directed by Zac Facts.
Off Syph’s upcoming “Rookie Of The Year” mixtape.
Directed & Edited by Naphtali Mckenly.
Latest music and visuals from Nue.
I like some of what this dude’s been coming with, but maaan I need artists to take the extra work day to come with titles, lyrics and themes that rise above the ‘we-just-having-fun’ normalized misogyny-raps.
And no matter how prevalent it is, or has been, or what hip-hop’s `illustrious’ Golden or 90’s-era past might tell you, artists that still choose to peddle these types of woman-debasing narratives as the `that’s-what’s-up’ sound of 2014, are sitting on the far, far wrong side of history.
It ain’t cool.
Directed by Jason Baskey.
Latest visuals from the artist formerly known as Raheem.
“Egos & Expectations” – June 10th.
Well alrighty then!
TORONTO – Toronto-based producers LordQuest and Junia-T have teamed up on the decks to form Chef’s Plate, an experimental project that has the hip-hop artists venturing into the realm of future bass. Their remix to Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson” is available now for free download, and is the first of many that will be released throughout the summer.
“Chef’s Plate is just a free expression of sounds and colors mixed into one,” said LordQuest.
“Some soulful ignorance for the summer,” said Junia-T. Please visit the download page by clicking the link below:
Soundcloud Link: https://soundcloud.com/chefs-plateto/og-bobby-johnson-remix
About Junia-T | Twitter
Jonathon “Junia-T” Lindo is an artist, producer and emcee from Mississauga, Ontario. In 2011 The Toronto Star rated him as one of their top 5 hip-hop artists of Toronto; and within that same year he won the freestyle battle on Much Music’s Rap City for 5 consecutive weeks. Currently Junia-T is in the studio working on his upcoming instrumental album, Pour, No Mix.
About LordQuest | Twitter
LordQuest is a Toronto-based artist and producer. In 2013 he released his first solo project as an emcee titled Still Shopping. The following year he gained recognition through his production placements on Talib Kweli’s Gravitas and ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron. Currently he’s in the studio working on his EP, which will be out late summer.
Follow Chef’s Plate at @ChefsPlateTo
Wes and Richie connect one ‘mo gin for the summer!
BORN IN TORONTO ft. Rich Kidd
Maestro Fresh Wes, the Godfather of Canadian Hip Hop, shares a conversation with the ‘Young Boss’, Rich Kidd about the city they both represent. Produced by Rich Kidd, “BORN IN TORONTO” features the two MCs trading bars on all things related to the city — from music and city history, to politics and social commentary – all with a touch of lyrical word play and style.
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of his debut album, Symphony In Effect, Maestro is getting ready for a summer tour, while filming Season 4 of the CBC Television sitcom, Mr. D, and preparing to release more new music. “Born In Toronto” is his newest release, and latest collaboration with Rich Kidd, about the city both MCs love and call home.
Upcoming Canadian Show Dates Include:
June 13 (with CLASSIFIED) in BURLINGTON
June 20 (with GRAND ANALOG) in WINDSOR
June 23 in VANCOUVER