Sese’s latest project “Age Of Aquarius” is now available for listen/download/purchase.
The 8-track EP features production from 2oolman, Vokab, Jazz Feezy, Beat Merchant and Superville + an appearance from Harvey Stripes.
Previously: VIDEO: Sese #AOA (Vlog Two) + 5AM (Freestyle)
Directed by Giles Monette.
Independent production house AHR Films logs a deft piece on Toronto’s Shaun Boothe, a musician who has chosen to transmute his first album by means of live performance. At the helm of his art’s evolution, Boothe connects with live musicians for a singular show at a venue steeped in the city’s essence: the lofts behind Much Music.
Boothe says, “To me, a big part of survival is evolution.” Together with a seven-piece band he performed his album Waiting Room to spur further creative adaptation. Always embedded in the unfolding scene, Art Honour Respect Films rolled as Boothe and the band sought to raise hip-hop’s high water mark and dilate the bounds of musical expression.
New viral joint from Chris Brooks. Promoting his upcoming mixtape Take Me Home.
TAKE ME HOME (THE MIXTAPE)
DROPS MARCH 30, 2013.
CNB x TriO.
Edited by Fully Loaded Films
Directed by Rengin Ata & Damion Mac for Get It Straight Films.
Robb releases accompanying visuals for his latest single “Only Love”, off his “Hurricane Season” album.
Produced by Young Wolf Hatchlings.
Previously: NEW ALBUM: Robb “Hurricane Season”
Looking like the buzz’s about to get serious for P. Reign’s upcoming project, as he and A$AP make the media rounds promoting the video for their collabo.
A$AP Rocky is bringing his Harlem swag to the Great White North. The rapper took a break from touring on the Diamonds World Tour, alongside Rihanna, to shoot the video for his collaboration with P. Reign, “We Them Ni–as.”
“The direction of the video is to take the lifestyles of Canada and New York and interpret it on camera,” A$AP Rocky tells Billboard of the Footage and Chubbs-directed pan-regional visual while on set at Toronto’s Silverline Studios. “It’s just easy to work with mother fuckers who know you creatively and believe in your shit. That’s why this shit just goes together perfectly, because mother fuckers ain’t afraid to take risks,” A$AP said of the collaboration with the Toronto rapper. Being the consummate sartorialist that he’s known to be, A$AP joked about bringing his high-fashion eye to the set. “We got this ni–a trying on Balmain and all that,” he laughed.
P. Reign’s forthcoming mixtape “Dear America,” which features “We Them Ni–as,” is slated to drop later this year. “Dear America” features additional guest appearances from French Montana, Waka Flocka Flame and Drake.
Read the full story on Billboard.com
The latest release from the Toronto duo The Antiheroes is probably their biggest collaboration to date. The new song, “So Easy,” features a third verse from Los Angeles’s Thurz, with a hook coming from Ash Riser of Kendrick Lamar fame. Meanwhile, the killer beat comes from fellow-Toronto native Rich Kidd, who has previously appeared on “Cloud 9″ with The Antiheroes. “So Easy” appears on The Antiheroes’ upcoming release, Modern Day Riot, which is due next Monday, March 25th, via DJ Booth.
Slakah continues letting off the musical goodies – this time 39 tracks he recently recovered of past production.
Get the link HERE (only click the link that says ‘click here to start download from sendspace’)
And you can always find more stuff over at his soundcloud page.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Slakah The Beatchild “Lost Melody”