Visual tease for Rochelle’s “1021” album, out November 11th.
New Luu over a beat by Daniel Worthy.
Toronto’s Luu Breeze is no stranger to music. Having worked with the likes of Boi1da, T-Minus, and even receiving a cosign from the man Drake himself, for his record ‘The Rewind’. 2013 was a progressive year for Luu. While releasing ‘City in Gold’ and receiving amazing reviews, this lead to a meeting with the legendary No I.D; motivating Luu to begin the development of his next project ‘Remember What You Said’ – Released date: TBA
Fast Forward to 2014, Luu Breeze has been in the studio working with notable producers and artists alike to build the next new sound to come out of Toronto. Peace to the God’s is the first official single off of Remember What You Said and is produced by his brother and up and coming producer Daniel Worthy.
Check out the song below as Luu celebrates the new come up. Peace to the Gods.
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Been a crazy week, so crazy I forgot to post this up, wtfm, smh…
Previously: NEW MUSIC: DRAKE – 0 TO 100 (PROD. BOI-1DA)
This is not a music video. This is live live live live…
Merna push getting kinda crazy right now. Song produced by Ali Shaheed Muhammad.
To my friends & supporters,
I wrote this song, (and my new album, The Calling), for you and I. Because I have learned to love me, and so I love you. One can’t truly know & love him/herself, and hate another. In a time so heavy, we can be the ones brave enough to help each other recognize our own light. Our powers are that of the most super kind and we must not be afraid. Share yours. Shine your light on the world.
We can all do, give, feel, be, listen, love: A Little More.
A Little More is produced by Ali Shaheed Muhammad, with piano by Raymond Angry. (I’m so blessed to be surrounded by & working with the most amazing people.)
Music video by Merna performing A Little More. (C) 2014 MERNA INC
Produced by Ali Shaheed Muhammad
Piano by Raymond Angry
Shot & Edited by Zac Facts
Directed by Xolisa.
First taste of music off emcee, producer Xolisa’s sophomore album “Rhyme Until My Spirit Needs No Words To Fly” out November 28th.
What happens when three veteran power houses LMNO from the mighty Visionaries crew, Moka Only with over 50 albums deep in the game, and musical work horse Mr Brady’s rawness let loose over madman producer extraordinaire Jules Chaz beats? You get the eagerly awaited project Spacesuits.
Spacesuits came to light when Moka Only introduced Jules Chaz to Mr Brady a few years back via internet. Jules Chaz sent Mr Brady about 30 beats that He sat on trying to figure out what to do to them. “They were so raw, genius, and out of this world I wanted to approach them right,” Mr Brady said. One day LMNO came to record at Mr Brady’s studio, and he let him hear the beats. He flipped out and they immediately knocked out a couple of tracks that same day. After listening to them, they hit up Moka Only to do a feature for one of the tracks. The three of them sounded so good together, and they have so much history together from Battle Axe records in the past, it only made sense to asked Moka if he would be down to record the whole album with them. After all, Moka Only was the one to introduce them to Jules Chaz, so it made perfect sense. After listen to a few songs, and how out of this world they sounded, the name and the project Spacesuits took flight.
Their effortless cohesiveness is evident with Spacesuits. They bounce off one another, and jump in and verses like the veterans they are. Spacesuits shows their versatility and ability to adapt to Jules Chaz Zany production. With Spacesuits, Not only will you get raw lyrics and beats like the songs Speedy, and _meteor, but you will also get stories with songs like heist and _chicks, as well as a array of spaced out joints and interludes. So grab your moon boots and get ready for lift off because Spacesuits is ready to take off!”
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Stand For That – Big Kish
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“You can fall down, fall back, can act gangsta or man up, stand out and stand up”.
– Big Kish, STAND FOR THAT
The saying “Stand for something or fall for anything” comes to mind when listening to the newest release from Toronto hip hop veteran, Big Kish. Written and produced by Kish, and co-written by DJ SCAM, “STAND FOR THAT” features Adrian Rezza on the chorus vocals. The lyrics are a personal message to listeners, offering balance to some of the negative messages seen everyday in the media; and asks the question: What will YOU stand for? This is the first single from Kish’s upcoming EP, “The Begin”.
About the single, Kish states: “This was not only an open letter to people facing injustice and oppression worldwide, but also a personal letter to people close to me who are facing seemingly insurmountable odds. Their fight is my fight; I can’t leave anyone hanging. So it’s as much recognizing the BS, as it is saying ‘no more'”. The new single,“Stand For That” is now available on iTunes.LISTEN here: SOUNDCLOUDFor more on Big Kish, FOLLOW him on Twitter @Big_KishPlay, Comment, Blog, Share & Support!
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