Kyle Wildfern with another one…
Kyle Wildfern with another one…
Intro to Brown Boy Sunny. Couple dope bars in there and the beat / hook’s strong too. Not mad. Took a quick look at his other joints on YouTube and I gotta say though (and I’ve said this before), that Indian MCs dropping N-bombs has never sat well with me (he doesn’t in this song). So yea, I’ma keep an eye out for new music from this guy but if I don’t post it up it’s probably because of that.
Artist: Brown Boy Sunny
Track: My Own Lane
Producer: byG Byrd × Jeawan Beats
Video Director: Jyothi Tatter
Brown Boys 2016 | http://www.brownboys.bigcartel.com
BADBAD and KAYTRA connect for “Lavender”.
Buy + Stream ‘IV’ now: http://hyperurl.co/IV
‘IV’ on Vinyl + CD: https://badbadnotgoodil.bandcamp.com/
Directed by Fantavious Fritz
Written by Connor Crawford & Fantavious Fritz
Produced by Jason Aita
Executive Producers Harland Weiss, Donovan Boden & Isil Gilderdale
Cinematography by Kelly Jeffrey
Production Design by Erika Lobko
Props Buyer, Matthew Birch
Set Dresser, Danielle Nemet
Edited by Fantavious Fritz & Connor Crawford
Makeup & Hair SFX, Brandi Boulet
1st Assistant Camera, Filip Funk
2nd Assistant Camera, Tommy ‘Gerbo’ Keith
Gaffer, Rico Moran
Production Coordinator, Haley Vickers
SFX by Arrow Studio
Colorist, Conor Fisher
Special Thanks, John Dempsey, Daiva Zalnieriunas, Kyle Gregory Sanderson, Mike
Kniazeff, Reel Good Film, Mels Studios, Alter Ego, Matthew Langille
John’s website: http://www.dmforhire.com/
Full project from Tasha The Amazon. Album cover’s sick too.
Over the past half-decade, thanks to the popularity of artists such as Drake and PartyNextDoor, Toronto Hip-Hop developed a reputation for a woozy, sensitive mixture of Rap and RnB, but the sounds of the city stretch far beyond that generalization. Coming out of the 6 with a fierce flow and beats hard enough to make Death Grips blush is Tasha The Amazon, a talented rapper/producer and the antidote to her city’s reputation for softness. Today, Tasha releases Die Every Day, her latest EP, packed with thumping beats, ferocious verses, and anarchic lyrics. Produced entirely by Tasha and production partner Danthrax (together, they are Bass & Bakery), Die Every Day is relentless, keeping up a high level of intensity throughout its eight tracks and hardly leaving the listener room to breathe.
Notorious in Toronto for her energetic stage performances and her warehouse parties, Tasha began to grow a following in the U.S. with her debut solo project, FiDiYootDem, prior to gaining acclaim over the past year from Billboard, FADER, and Hypetrak, who wrote, “she’s got next.” Tasha recently signed a deal with the Windish Agency, a premiere booking agency, and on Novemeber 29th she will be performing with YG at The Wiltern in Los Angeles as part of Redbull’s 30 Days In LA 2016. Featuring previously released tracks including “Picasso Leaning” and the Pigeons & Planes-premiered “Prayer,” Die Every Day is available to purchase and stream on all services worldwide.
A bomb in a china shop, Toronto’s Tasha the Amazon is an artist, producer, and bad gyal. Notorious for rude stage antics and warehouse parties shut down by police raids, her unconventional lyrics deal as much with partying and hood mischief as they do with anarchy and civil disobedience. After cutting her teeth in collabs and collectives, the German-Jamaican powerhouse released her debut solo project, FiDiYootDem, to critical acclaim in late 2013. Hundreds of thousands of video views and streams later, Tasha is preparing to release her forthcoming EP, Die Every Day, in the fall of 2016.
“Die Every Day” Tracklisting:
1. Picasso Leaning
2. Watch It Burn
3. All Black
5. Nowhere Feat. RetcH
6. My Level
7. Die Every Day
8. The World
Produced by Bass and Bakery – Tasha + Danthrax (www.twitter.com/danthrax)
Told you I was catching up on a bunch of stuff this weekend.
SeanLeon compiles some new and some old into a SoundCloud playlist called Life When You’re The Movie (Previews). If you’ve been hearing about this dude but haven’t taken him in, this isn’t a bad place to start. Still though, my favourite Sean Leon stuff is from his Nineelevenne, The Tragedy album from 2013 which isn’t even on his SoundCloud anymore. I’d recommend checking it out on iTunes. It’s also the album where I think we first heard Daniel Caeser.
A. I THINK YOU’VE GONE MAD
B. I CAN SEE A BLUE SKY FROM HERE
C. BLACK SHEEP EUPHORIA
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The catch up continues with a new one from Zeyon. Probably his best joint yet!
Zeyon Just A N—-
Prod. by @chefbyer
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Are we finally seeing a full-fledged Gillatein push? Dope joint / video from the Reps Up general. Shouts to the random Raekwon cameo too.
Known for his rugged flows and matching good looks – Gilla is a featured model for the OVO clothing line, and appears in their current lookbook – on “Pray For Me”, he spits lyrics of repentance over Worthy’s haunting bass-heavy beats. Wu Tang Clan’s Raekwon – who Gilla has had a working relationship with over the years – makes a cameo appearance. “Pray For Me” is the first single from the forthcoming and highly anticipated “Stay Solid – Part Two” mixtape.
Toronto-based OVO affiliated Reps Up crew rapper Gilla has been notorious in the hip hop underground for flooding the web and streets with mixtapes, with his singles even popping up on The Weeknd’s blog. As a member of Reps Up – whose members include rapper P. Reign, Drake’s right hand man / bodyguard Chubbs, and Baka aka Baka Not Nice – Gilla’s debut single “Pray For Me” is produced by Grammy nominated producer Daniel Worthy (Drake, Yo Gotti, PartyNextDoor, The Game).
Stay Solid Pt 2
A-Game with the Jody Watley sample as the new push continues with “TBY”.
Toronto, ON / Los Angeles, CA – Thursday, November 17th, 2016 – Today, Toronto’s favorite hip-hop duo, A-Game, deliver a highly-anticipated foray into a new billow of sound. With their new single “TBY” serving as a follow-up to their recently released “One Call”, Nova and Chase take their cool off to get candid about bolstering an unrequited love. Yet in that, are still able to hold steadfast as to not lose themselves or their sound. The swells of melodies, a Jodey Watley sample, and synth are only comparable to the cascading production crafted by Chef Byer. Don EP was just the beginning.
Produced By: Chef
Catching up this weekend with a bunch of posts starting with the homie Keysha Freshh’s new EP, In Samadhi. Shouts to BriskInTheHouse on production duties too! Keysha spittin’ with conviction!
Toronto artiste Keysha Freshh releases her 6th studio project titled “In Samadhi” produced by BriskInTheHouse.
Official viz for Immerze’s “Tropicana”. Shouts to VanCity!
Having taken a break from the game to deal with the beautiful gifts life can bring families, Immerze has ‘resurrected’ with vengeance as he starts preparing for 2017. Premiered by TeamBackPack and racking up over 20,000 views in 24 hours, “Tropicana” a smooth balance between some Max B vibes and new school rap.
Co-directed by GenreShoots, as well as Immerze, the Vancouver shot video also gives a light-hearted and playful feel that perfectly streamlines us from the summer to the colder months, already wishing for warm weather and top-down car rides.
Tropicana (Produced by Eshe Nkiru x Brevner )
Directed by: GenreShoots and Immerze
Instagram @immerze x @genre_254
Before I Go EP
Special Thanks to the homies: