Haven’t heard from Talksick in a minute but he was always one of the nicest from the Empire crew. Nice to hear / see what is hopefully the start of a new push.
FREE Download Link: Talksick – Deja Vu Prod. Quarter Inch Kings
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The SARS Network’s “TALKSICK” was born in Toronto, Ontario. Empire member, TalkSick, deemed ‘The Secret Weapon’ is a secret, no more! A name he acquired from being the silent lyrical killer for Empire, a group well known in the Toronto underground hip hop scene. TalkSick was one of the core members of Empire when it was put together in the year 2000.
In this video, TalkSick describes how he feels about Hip Hop music through the phrase “Deja Vu”, feeling that he has ‘been there and done that’ with rap music many times and now wants the respect he rightfully deserves. With scenes of TalkSick feeling like situations he’s going through have happened over & over, he now recognizes that it’s time to set the record straight and accomplish his goal.
“Deja Vu” is the first single off of TalkSick’s long awaited album, “The Weapon”, produced by The Quarter Inch Kings due for release this fall. “Deja Vu” is produced by The Quarter Inch Kings, mixed by PhameOne & video directed by Big Sproxx of Proletarian Music.
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Yes, this group is called SH*T!. Or maybe shit!dreambeautiful? I have no idea. Yes, this song is called “TennisBallsTesticalls”. Yes, that is D-Sisive on the mic. Yes, the verse is dope. No, none of this is surprising to me.
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Seems like Bishop was getting restless after taking a break from releasing music. Don’t know if he has a full project coming or what but in the mean time here’s his take on “Pound Cake”.
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Catching up with that dude Fundament courtesy of his debut EP Fameless. Congrats on the release mang!
“A self-titled initial offering, The Fameless embodies it’s name in content; of our generation and our city. In an age destined to achieve less than it’s predecessors, trapped in cultural and fiscal debt, plagued by anonymity and conformity – the weight has become too much.
Fuck the money, the material, the age of industry.
The future is in Fame.
Make less+Live More
Kill life+Die Poor
Together, we are
F A M E L E S S”
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Maestro turns his TEDxTalks presentation into a straight up show with performances of “Stick to Your Vision” and “Let Your Backbone Slide”.
The fifth annual TEDxToronto conference took place on September 26, 2013 at The Royal Conservatory of Music.
For our 2013 TEDxToronto Conference, all talks, performances and demos were rooted in our selected theme, “The Choices We Make.”
About the Speaker:
Celebrating his 25th anniversary in the music industry, “Maestro” Fresh Wes Williams is one of Canada’s most successful and influential Hip Hop artists and premier multi-media personalities. His signature song “Let Your Backbone Slide” was the first Canadian Hip Hop single to ever go gold. Wes stars as a high school teacher on CBCs hit show, “Mr. D.” Wes is also the author of the critically-acclaimed book, “Stick To Your Vision.” His new album and collaboration project ‘Orchestrated Noise’ was released in Spring 2013.
For more information visit www.tedxtoronto.com
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Slakah’s new sounds off his upcoming “Soul Movement 2” album. Pre-order it @ www.beatchild.com.
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Directed by Liam MacRae.
Debut visuals from PARTYNEXTDOOR.
‘Sauga stand up!
See the rest of you tonight @ The ACC!
Creative Director: Partyomo
Director: Liam MacRae
Cinematography: Kelly Jeffrey
Producer: Liam MacRae & Christian Tyler of Dollface Films
Editor: Liam MacRae
Steadicam/Cam Op: Ali Khurshid
AC: Raymond Banh
Gaffer: Nick Haight
Grip: Matt Veen
P.A.: Luke Nairn
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Directed by E Major.
pHoenix gets a dope look via Sean Armstrong’s latest single that also features Souls Of Mischief member Tajai.
Kinda feel like if they’d given her more than a hook to rock over theyd’ve been using her to her full potential tho.
“Took Control” is the lead single from Sean Armstrong’s debut album, Marble Cake Diaries. The song and video features Tajai from Souls of Mischief and pHoenix Pagliacci with production from !llmind. The video was directed, shot & edited by E Major. @djfacemusic
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