NEW ALBUM: mo’ heat “LIFE”

Ty Harper | Album,Audio,Music | Wednesday, June 19th, 2013


Full length project from CReW member mo’heat.

Fresh off of a strong 1st quarter in 2013, Creative Rebels World member/creator, mo’heat, recently released his diary of music L.I.F.E (Living Is Free Existence) on June 13, 2013 via Bandcamp as a Free Digital Download for all hip hop fans & lovers of music. The catalogue of songs has a wide variety of sounds, elements & emotions throughout the project. As a Toronto based artist, mo’heat was aspiring to create the most universal music for everyone and anyone from all walks of LIFE to listen to. With the title track as a nostalgic intro, the consistency from song to song gives a unique outlook on different topics of freedom, struggle & unity. There are elements of RnB, Rap, Hip Hop and Alternative music & all of the singing, melodies and vocals were originally developed. A couple songs to look out for would be “L.I.F.E. (Living Is Free Existence)” “Imagination” “Billion” and “Millennium”. There are a total of 13 songs. Written, conceptualized and created by mo’heat.

Recent works of mo’heat prior to this release:
As a preview for the album, “Liberation” was released in April 2013:
The 1st single off of L.I.F.E titled “Classic” was released on June 5th as a teaser for the project:
CReW dropped their “Real Lxfe” video via Youtube which featured mo’heat, City, SeT and DillanPonders:
**visuals from L.I.F.E will be coming in the very near future for listeners to get a glimpse of the background behind the music**

mo’heat has been developing his sound for 3-4 years, continuously putting out singles, collaborating & being featured on numerous tracks with the likes of City, DillanPonders, SeT, Tray and Aay Cee, who are all a part of the ‘CReW’. Living Is Free Existence dropped right after fellow Creative Rebel, DillanPonders, published his LP “Overdose” on May 16, 2013 ( City’s new project “On Y Va” is also due later this year.

Previously: NEW MUSIC: mo’heat “Classic” (Prod. Mapzzz)

NEW MUSIC: Wio-K “2 Streets” (SCAM Remix)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Wednesday, June 19th, 2013


SCAM on the remix!

Grab the original off Wio-K’s “In Real Life” album @

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Wio-K – Can’t Work feat. Relic (Abaddon Remix) (Directed by Abaddon)

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Young Noble & Deuce Deuce – Depend On Me feat. Kardinal Offishall

VIDEO: WondaGurl (Interview w/ “On The Rise” on CHRY + Complex)

Ty Harper | Audio,Interviews,Music | Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Couple of interviews that give us a look at 16-year old producer out of Toronto – WondaGurl (Rich Kidd, Ryan Leslie, Travi$ Scott).

Check the Complex interview @

NEW MUSIC: Drake feat. James Fauntleroy “On My Way”

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

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Via DDO! and ~\hk/~

OVO hooks up with James Fauntleroy for a refix of “On My Way” which originally leaked in 2010.

Previously: NEW MUSIC: Drake feat. James Fauntleroy “Girls Love Beyonce” (Prod. Noah ’40′ Shebib)

NEW ALBUM: Tona “Silverspring Crescent” (Prod. Rich Kidd)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, June 18th, 2013


One of Malvern’s finest, Tona, drops his latest full length album “Silverspring Crescent”.

12 cuts produced entirely by Rich Kidd (I think the only other artist wise enough to go full Richie for a whole album was Mindbender back in 2010).

Stream it @

Get it now @

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Tona – Nympho (Directed by Zac Facts)

NEW MUSIC: David McCallum feat. Grimace Love “The Return” (Prod. Lancecape)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Monday, June 17th, 2013


Lancecape proudly presents the third single off his project Return To The Classics. “David McCallum Ft. Grimace Love (The Return)”.

In typical Lancecape fashion he completely flips this sample. The David McCallum
sample is known to most people as Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode”. That song itself was a monster hit. It was only right for Lancecape to chop this sample up. He took it to a different space and time. Underwater/bass heavy drums, and the sample flipped into a double time almost bollywood type feel. Something to show the world that he isn’t just a boom bap producer.

Lancecape got one of the craziest MC’s he knows to rock on this. Grimace Love is a name you shall never forget. He went in and destroyed the beat. 36 bars of craziness. From top to bottom, Grimace Love flips his flow to accompany the rhythm. With a lyrical prowess that is not to be taken lightly. He is in a league of his own and nobody could have done justice to this beat the way Grimace Love did.

Twitter: @Lancecape @GrimaceLove

Mediafire (WAV/MP3):

Previously: NEW MUSIC: James Brown feat. Parker “Freestyle” (Prod. Lancecape)

NEW VIDEO: Maestro Fresh Wes feat. Kardinal Offishall “Dearly Departed” (Directed by Andre Rehal)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music,Video | Monday, June 17th, 2013

Directed by Andre Rehal.

The “Orchestrated Noise” album anticipation continues as we get visuals for Maestro’s collabo with Kardi and Lord Quest (on the beat) + a CBC stream for the new album @

Maestro Fresh Wes ft. Kardinal Offishall
“dearly departed”
Director: Andre Rehal
Executive Producers: Bruce Carson/Wes Williams
Producer: Bruce Carson
Production Manager: Simon Disher
DP: Justin Beattie
Steadicam Op: Jack O’Brian
2nd Camera Op: Paul Gettlich
Editor: Drew Stevenson
Post House: Rooster Post Production
Production Company: WOЯKED Films
Label: Wes Williams Ent. Inc.

Previously: NEW MUSIC: Maestro Fresh Wes – Gladiator feat. Rich Kidd (Prod. Lord Quest)

NEW MUSIC: Jack Flawless “The Way It Goes” (Prod. Wonda Gurl)

Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Monday, June 17th, 2013

Flawless back at it over a WondaGurl production.

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Jack Flawless “Get Faded” (Directed by Chuck Ortiz)

NEW VIDEO: Rayban presents The Narcicyst “The Making of Rise” (Part 3) (Directed by Hala Alsalman)

Ty Harper | Music,Video | Monday, June 17th, 2013

RAY-BAN presents #EnvisionSeries
The Making Of The Narcicyst’s RISE- a short music film (@The Narcicyst’s , @WeAreTheMedium)

BTS Director: Hala Alsalman
BTS Production: Eshmawi Films

Previously: NEW VIDEO: Rayban presents The Narcicyst “The Making of Rise” (Part 2) (Directed by Hala Alsalman)

INTERVIEW: Tasha the Amazon w/ (VICE)

rez | Interviews | Monday, June 17th, 2013


VICE’s music site chops it up with new MC Tasha the Amazon.

Toronto is teeming with new young rappers, which is exciting because even though the city is more than happy to have Drake billboards pop up here and there, it’s certainly time for a freshman class. Tasha the Amazon, afreshwoman, is part of that cohort. Her new video “Scallywags” lights the taco-filled Kensington Market neighbourhood ablaze with a lot of public drinking and general fuck-you-we’re-cool behaviour that makes for an entertaining video. Since you probably are hearing about Tasha for the first time, we asked her some questions to try and get under her scalp and figure out what’s going on in there.

Noisey Canada: It seems like young Toronto rappers are very quickly finding their voice. Would you agree with that?
Tasha: For sure. We’ve been down here just living and DJing and partying, running mischief and making tracks… at some point you look up and realize people you run with are onto something big. Something different and important.

What’s the most fun part of being a female rapper?
[Laughs] I’m a rapper, I’m an artist, I’m a producer. So I guess the most fun part about it is transcending that category. Having rappers clamor to come to my studio, to collab with me and be produced by me. And schooling everyone. Constantly.

What are the challenges involved with being a female rapper?
For me, there are none. I guess some people see the world in terms of male/female, but that’s not the way the pie is actually sliced. There are only two kinds of artists – the ones who are great, and the ones who suck balls. There are lots of chicks and dudes in both those categories. The only challenge is to be real, to ignore the noise, to push yourself, to break the rules, and to fear absolutely nothing. If you can do that every day, you end up not sucking balls.

It’s all about avoiding ball sucking. Why does the Kensington Market neighbourhood work so well in a rap video?
Kensington is like Neverland. It’s a misfit’s paradise. There’s flame-juggling hippies, a good low-rider scene, nice tattoo spots, and your friendly neighborhood dope boys in the park. Plus there’s the legendary Sneaky Dees. Filming there, out on the street, and at hidden gems like Cold Tea… that’s that Scallywag life. It works because it’s natural for me.



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