New self-produced Ro Dolla.
New self-produced Ro Dolla.
Cuts by Dj Illiment.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Junia-T – 4-Dilla
Check Mr. Martin doing his thing alongside comedic veteran George Witherspoon and a host of other U.S. and local comedians for the “April Fools Comedy Fest” @ the Sony Centre For The Performing Arts.
Get Tickets HERE!
Full flyer after the jump!
HD VERSION : Dirty Deeds ft Choclair / D-Sisive ” I’m here”
Directed by Charles Wahl
Produced by : Dirty Deeds ( C4)
Editor: Paul Skinner
Color: Wade Oddum
Record Label: C4ENT
All rights reserved 2012
Of course you could always preview the album online (or right here), but that shouldn’t stop you from checking this event out. It’s definitely a great opportunity to connect with one of our city’s talents and get some insight into his artistic process. Should be a good night!
ClarityOne Earbuds presents a Record Salon for The Slakadeliq’s “The Other Side of Tomorrow” featuring a live interview and album listening session hosted by David Dacks (Exclaim) w/Slakah the Beatchild & Mike Olsen from the band . FREE EVENT!Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Drake Hotel, Lounge
1150 Queen West
8:00 pm StartPrizes supplied by our sponsor ClarityOne Earbuds.
As distinctive as it is soulful, the gospel-tinged voice of Toronto’s own Ray Robinson (real name Rayon Henry) is like no other. Best known for R&B singles like “Missed Your Chance” and “Good Times,” along with his award-winning appearance on rapper Kardinal Offishall’s 2006 hit “Every Day Rude Bwoy,” Robinson has been deep in Canada’s underground R&B scene since the mid-’90s. With current singles “Don’t Stop” and “I Wanna Make Up” floating around on radio airwaves and on iTunes, the R&B singer is back after a brief hiatus and angling for that wider success – both in and beyond our borders.
Q: What have you been up to lately?
A: Besides working on new music, just living life. A lot of times artists forget to take a moment to just live life, which gives you things to write about. A lot of times you get caught up just trying to make money and (forget) who they are inside.
Q: What motivates you to make music?
A: Just seeing the lack of good music out there. That’s not to make anyone feel their music is not good. It’s just that there’s so much music out there that it’s hard to find good music. It’s about making music that will hopefully last a lifetime – where artists 20 years from [now] are sampling songs that I recorded. A lot of the music that [is] out there right now, I can’t see people doing that. I’m trying to write music that actually means something and has a little bit of a message.
Nice surprise for your Friday afternoon. Dope one-shot-style clip for Ritchie‘s latest joint “Back In The Day”.
Music video by Rich Kidd performing Back In The Day. (C) 2012 Rich Kidd Beats
Produced by Show N Prove
Directed by Danielle Da Silva & Zac Facts for Danielle Da Silva Productions
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This is way too greezy.
Jelly TooFly drops a visual for her latest track Callin Out Names
#NothinNervous #TIJB2 Comin Soon
Follow: @JellyTooFly @BigChase_
Rich guy spending money. How invigorating. I’m so inspired by that.
Posting this because “Cool Boys” is my sh*t (official vid coming soon too).
It’s so f*cking annoying when people don’t make their videos shareable. Like, you really think you’re gaining THAT much more by forcing people to watch the video from only your page? So ridiculous. Lets search and see how many other blogs take the time to screen cap, crop, save, upload, explain and then link when I could have just posted the dyamn video and still given you props. What is this? 2008? What’s the goal here? To promote the music? Or get your own hits?
Lucky I love Tanika. #FirstWorldProblems.