NEW VIDEO: Selena Dhillon – FVCK

rez | Video | Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Official audio + visual introduction to new singer / songwriter Selena Dhillon.

Available on:
(Available on iTunes and Google Play soon)

Written & Performed by: Selena Dhillon
Produced by: KinG!
Engineered by: Jackson King
Creative Direction & Cinematography by: The Glass Museum
Edited by: MadTatter Films

Much love to:
Kevin Mohan, Barber of The Barbers


NEW VIDEO: pHoenix x DijahSB x A. Harmony “No Hook” (Live)

Ty Harper | Music | Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

pHoenixDijahSB and A. Harmony throw down “No Hook” live.

Get their Hometown Herverts collaborative project now.

VIDEO: D.O. – Stay Driven Recap (Anti-Bullying Presentation)

rez | Video | Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

A quick look at some of the great work Mr. Gibson is doing in the community. I could never imagine a rapper coming to visit my school back in the days, lol.

A look at what takes place in a Duane “D.O.” Gibson 60 minute Anti-Bullying presentation


NEW MUSIC: Junia-T feat. BriskInTheHouse “My My My” (Prod. Big Sproxx)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

New Junia meets Brisk meets Sproxx.

TORONTO – Junia-T kicks off 2016 with a brand new single “My, My, My” featuring Briskinthehouse. Over laid-back production by Sproxx, the Sauga rapper drops gems about the current state affairs. This is the first single off of his upcoming album, Son of a (Drum)mer.

“This song is about living how you want to. Despite who the world may want you to be, never lose self,” said Junia-T.

Last year Junia-T returned to the scene with his debut Eye See You. Premiering on OkayPlayer, the album smoovely blends Junia-T’s raw prose with traces of psychedelia, neo soul, and futuristic vibes; all while reviving the best of backpacker nostalgia. Featuring Little SimzLordQuest, and more, the project was heavily tipped by DJBooth.comThe Source, and 2DopeBoyz to name a few. Fans can buy the album on iTunes, or purchase a limited edition physical copy via Bandcamp.

NEW MUSIC: Saam. “Promise” + “Blue Face”

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

First introduction to Saam. out of `Sauga.

NEW MUSIC: DillanPonders – Shroom Daddy Wednesdays

rez | Music | Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016


All 4 joints from DillanPonders’ “Shroom Daddy Wednesdays” series.


NEW ALBUM: URBNET – Underground Hip-Hop Volume 9

rez | Album | Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016


It might not be the lane of hip-hop that’s considered “cool” these days but it shouldn’t be forgotten that URBNET has been contributing to the city’s / country’s scene for 17 years now. I can’t co-sign all the artists on the label but there have always been a couple of great ones and definitely some solid releases over the years. Here’s the latest compilation as part of their “Underground Hip-Hop” series.

The URBNET branded Underground Hip-Hop compilation series returns in 2016 with Volume 9. This fourteen track collection features new music from Evil Ebenezer, Moka Only, Elaquent, Myka 9 and Factor as well as tracks from Animal Nation, Matt Brevner, Philly Moves, Swamp Thing, Fortunato and more of your favourite underground hip hop artists from the URBNET roster.

NEW VIDEO: 40oz Heroes presents “On The Ones” featuring Devontée

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

In the second episode of On The Ones, we sit down with Devontée to talk Bob Marley, space, and bare tings.
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NEW ALBUM: Jazz Cartier “Hotel Paranoia”

Ty Harper | Album,Audio,Music | Monday, February 1st, 2016

New album. New tour. Enjoy!

Today, Cartier announces dates for his first headlining European tour this spring, which include performances in London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam and Brussels – just to name a few. There will also be an upcoming New York City show at renowned hip‐hop venue, SOB’s, on Feb. 25th. In line with Cartier’s enigmatic nature, the surprise release of Hotel Paranoia arrived in the form of a carefully thought‐out social media campaign. His fans were directed to his newly revamped website, where they would sign up to receive a cryptic “telegram” for 13 nights leading up to the debut. This viral guessing game created a frenzy on social media.

2015 was a huge year for Jazz Cartier. Marauding in Paradise received a score of 7.3 from the notoriously critical Pitchfork, a best 2015 album nod from Pigeons and Planes and a long‐list nomination for the renowned Canadian Polaris Music Prize. The mixtape was “a tough, layered coming of age story stuffed with paranoid retellings of late nights and dark schemes, all braided over gut‐punching beats.” (The Fader) In addition to the highly‐acclaimed release, Jazz Cartier performed sold out shows in Europe and Canada, as well as headlined his Paradise Express Tour in the U.S. The tour included a special, sold‐out performance in Los Angeles, in partnership with Red Bull Sound Select, where he “ won over the crowd with his fan favorites ‘Dead Or Alive’ and ‘Stick & Move’” (Vibe). His 2016 kick‐off, homecoming show in Toronto on Feb. 5, immediately sold out to a 1,200 seat venue in 24 hours.

While Cartier is known for his eloquence in storytelling, both lyrically and visually, he is equally known for his electrifying live performances. His adrenaline pumping shows tend to veer towards a punk rock ethos than your traditional rap performance. Currently, Cartier’s focus is on music, but has been featured on trendy menswear sites, including Hypebeast and Hypetrak, for his signature, stylish flair. Jazz Cartier, born Jaye Adams, has “confidently carved his own lane” (Complex) when it comes to separating himself from his contemporaries such as Travi$ Scott and A$AP Rocky. While Jazz Cartier’s heart bleeds Toronto, his sound is derived from traveling and living in far and disparate places such as Kuwait, Maine, Idaho, Connecticut, Houston, Atlanta, Barbados and Virginia.

2016 will be a banner year for Jazz Cartier. January alone included a week‐long recording session with Mike Will Made It at Red Bull’s recording studio in Los Angeles and a trip to Venice, Italy to film the music video for “Opera.” Cartier, a Renaissance artist of his generation, cultivates a sound that inject intellect and imagination, setting the new standard for artistic creation. Stay tuned for more exclusives.

Hotel Paranoia Track listing:

  1. Talk of the Town
  2. 100 Roses
  3. Red Alert
  4. I Know
  5. Never Too Faded
  6. Stick & Move
  7. Illuminati Love Song
  8. Black and Misguided
  9. Opera
  10. How We Do It
  11. After The Club
  12. Better When You Lie
  13. Tell Me (ft. River Tiber)
  14. One Day/Feel Away
  15. Tales
  16. Save Me From Myself


Jazz Cartier European Tour Dates:

  • April 19 – Leeds @ Headrow House

  • April 20 – London @ XOYO

  • April 21 – Paris @ La Bellevilloise

  • April 22 – Bern @ Bonsoir

  • April 23 – Vienna @ Cafe Leopold – Salon

  • April 27 – Berlin @ St. Georg

  • April 28 – Amsterdam @ Melkweg Theaterzaal

  • April 29 – Brussels @ Bazaar

  • April 30 – Copenhagen @ Rust

  • May 01 – Hamburg @ Kleiner Donner

NEW MUSIC: Sean Leon “Wriss” (Freestyle)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Monday, February 1st, 2016


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