Can’t wait to hear this album!
Can’t wait to hear this album!
J Shiltz’s “Still Standing” full length is now available for listen/purchase.
J Shiltz releases his second album titled “Still Standing”. The fifteen track deep album features top notch production from Rich Kidd, Kev Brown, Relic, Twizzmatic, Lancecape, Junia-T, Charisma, M Mac, and Heights as well as collaborations with Rapper Big Pooh, A.G of D.I.T.C, Ray Robinson, pHoenix Pagliacci, Junia-T, Rich Kidd, Twizzmatic, Jon Moxin, DJ Docta, and Relic. “Still Standing” is available for free download via http://jshiltz.bandcamp.com
Webisode #2 takes a look at a day in the life of Toronto’s favorite twin duo! Nova and Chase bring you in their home studio, on set of their recent videoshoots and more! Stay tuned to witness what happens when these guys are not in the booth! All events seen in this video are of real nature. There are no scripts and no actors!
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Directed by LXXXVIII Films.
Dope look at Blake and the OUI crew’s SXSW ’13 experience.
Blake Carrington’s and O.U.I’s (Our Unique Impression) 2013 SXSW wrap up, covering everything from performances, events, networking, business, tattoos, parties, etc. all captured and Directed by LXXXVIII Films (http://88everything.tumblr.com/)
all music in this video is written & performed by Blake Carrington and will be featured on his forthcoming project entitled FAILURE!
WEBSITE | http://blakecarringtonsworld.com
TWITTER | @carringtonworld & @lxxxviiifilms
Oui Self Made ©2013
Really dope intro to a new artist named allie. Shouts to Javid and the 185augusta artist collective for putting me on. Look for the official music video coming soon. And not “coming soon” in like a rapper kinda way. But in a music-video-release-party-May-22nd-at-185-Augusta kinda way. Peep the FB page for all the info.
185 Augusta and crew invite you to come view “CROSS MY MIND”, the first Music Video by singer-songwriter allie.
This official Video Release Party will be a one night only event. We invite you to be the first to experience and celebrate this artistic piece before it is released worldwide.
As 185 buzzes with preparations, guests can anticipate a night filled with art, positive talks and live music performed by allie, and backed by producer 2ND SON.
About the Artist:
With a natural propensity for mixing styles and creating an atmosphere that engulfs whoever steps into her music, allie has created a sound all her own. Her voice is imposing yet sweet, raspy and deep. Drawing inspiration from new and old genres, allie makes each song personal. Some of the subjects are simple; some are complex. She is a woman expressing her world and letting her art speak for itself.
It is with great pride that we bring you a visual & sonic introduction to this artist’s work :
WHEN: May 22nd, 2013 | 7:30pm – 00:00
WHERE: 185 Augusta Ave. | Kensington Market, Toronto ON.
Produced by Chizzy Willz.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Shad – Peace (Demo)
Directed by Silk Ivory Productions.
Latest music/visuals from 4th Pyramid off his “Sky Belongs To The Stars” EP.
Toronto rapper and producer 4th Pyramid is excited to release his new EP The Sky Belongs To The Stars today via his imprint Silk Ivory/Universal Music. The project is Pyramid’s best work to date and includes guests & production by Grandtheft (A-Trak, Diplo, Calvin Harris), Rich Kidd (Drake, Shad, k-Os, Redman) and 2 tracks with up & coming R&B sensation Ben Stevenson (Boi1da, Joe Budden). The Sky Belongs To The Stars is available digitally worldwide (http://smarturl.it/PyramidSky) and on CD in-stores across Canada and select US retailers. To celebrate the release, 4th’s unleashing a brand new video for “LookOut” one of the standout singles off of last year’s album “The Pyramid Scheme.” The video, which premiered on HotNewHipHop, can be seen below.Watch “LookOut” – http://youtu.be/aDRhc52XQRI
Please include the iTunes buy link for the new EP when posting – http://smarturl.it/
PyramidSkyDirected by Pyramid’s own in-house Silk Ivory team and shot on location in picturesque Los Angeles, the visuals for “LookOut” blend a mixture of sexy, serene, cool & melancholy to match 4th’s laid-back but relentless flow.Available now on iTunes – http://smarturl.it/ PyramidSkyNew Show Announcement:
05/26/2013 – BROOKLYN: The Freedom Dance Party Special Edition w/ 4th Pyramid, Cosmo Baker (Sheen Bros) hosted by Greg Nice @ Brookyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave.Streams:
MP3: “Stay Up High” (prod. by Rich Kidd) – http://snd.sc/ZCHZUF
Video: “Friday Nights” (prod. by Grandtheft) – http://www.youtube.com/
Singing from the age of six Desran has taking the time to continue to master and reinvent his sound for the music fans around the world. Desran possesses styles ranging from Caribbean flow, which is influenced from his Grenadine roots, to sounds of a hard city like New York and also the call of Toronto. He also takes influence from his travel and experiences to tell stories for all types of people and every type of situation. Desran has described music to be a “blessing” and is full of passion to receive it and share it. Not only is Desran a vocal power house, taking every opportunity to perform and share his music, he is also a song writer and producer. In addition to being a lyricist, he creates his own melodies and takes an active role in the production of his sound.
Desran’s new Promo CD “Spotlight” was recently released on Dec. 9th and features three hot singles “Spotlight, Not Trynna, and 1Way Call.” Presently Desran is shooting scenes for his online video single “Back To The Basics” and his first commercially released single “Find Our Way”, which will be released this summer 2013 and as well both are featured on is self-titled EP “Desran.” Not only that, but his Promo CD also features bonus track from Hip Hop artist JiXX “See You Later featuring Desran”, which is also featured on JiXXs’ mixtape “#LOTNS (Leader of The New School)” (Hosted by DJ Law). Desran has been putting in work to get his music across Canada and world wide. Participating in “T-Dot’s Got Talent,” winning R&B Artist of the year for 2008 in the Roc the Mic Competition, and not only that but Desran has also opened up for veteran Toronto artists such as Michie Mee and Choclair.
TO HEAR MORE MUSIC FROM “DESRAN” FEEL FREE TO CHECK OUT THE LINKS BELOW –
Leading up to his gig at The Big Ticket this Friday night Junia chops it up with Urbanology about what he’s been up to and all that good stuff.
Junia-T, one half of the renowned Toronto hip-hop duo Smash Brovaz, has taken on a new serious role as a producer lately and is making noise with his distinct smooth sound. The multi-talented Sauga spitter is set to headline this month’s Big Ticket, Toronto’s premier hip-hop monthly event, to show the city what he’s been working on.
YOU’VE BEEN BUSY. TELL US WHAT YOU’VE BEEN UP TO LATELY? The Smash Brovaz album release was a success. It’s still growing across the world. We’re just gearing up for new music for the rest of the year. Aside from that, me as a producer, that is my focus for this year. I’ve been blessed to have a lot of music come out this year that is produced by me. So far, Veronica Domingues’ album is coming out, which is produced all by me, it’s actually an EP. It’s called Just Chill… I’ve really been connecting with dudes on the come up and dudes that are really doing it, which is exciting, to be a part of the beginning phases of that.
WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO TAKE THE ROLE AS THE PRODUCER? I’ve always been producing. I’ve been producing since the first Smash Brovaz album came out like eight years ago. I spent so much time sharpening the performance skills, the writing skills, I was always progressively producing, but I never made myself available as a producer and I feel like I missed out on opportunities to work with some people in the past, because I didn’t really step forward with it… I went to LA and got to really play my music out there and that’s where my eyes really opened. Just seeing their reaction to my style, because I have a very distinct sound in terms of what I prefer to create. As much as there are modern trends in music, it may mildly influence where I’m at creatively, but it doesn’t take away from what my production style is. I was really happy to see people react in a positive way to what I naturally create.