Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Thursday, June 20th, 2013
Building anticipation for his upcoming album, Orchestrated Noise, Canada’s Rap Prime Minister, Maestro,drops his latest single, Dearly Departed. Partnering with Kardi, the two go verse for verse in this new track, produced by Lord Quest.
Maestro’s upcoming album, Orchestrated Noise, will be released on Tuesday June 25th.
DJ Pack includes radio, full, acapella, instrumental
Directed by Andre Rehal (“Ghetto”, “Work To Do”) and shot by Botany Hill,
the “Dreams” music video is the sixth from the hip-hop super duo, Perfeck
Strangers and their debut album, “Series Premiere”
(http://urbnet.bandcamp.com/album/series-premiere)on URBNET Records.
A re-imagining of the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and
Malcolm X as well as a declaration about one’s quest to live out his
dreams, the “Dreams” video also serves as one of hip-hop’s strongest
celebrations of achievement in black history.
The video also boasts cameos from Canadian lyrical legends, Maestro Fresh
Wes and Big Kish among many others!
Produced by Goldentone and featuring Brooklyn hip-hop heavyweight,
Wordsworth as well as the soulful sounds of Yonatan Watts, the “Dreams” DJ
Pack can be downloaded here: http://www.perfeckstrangers.com/Dreams.zip
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: http://moheat.bandcamp.com/track/liberation
The 1st single off of L.I.F.E titled “Classic” was released on June 5th as a teaser for the project: http://moheat.bandcamp.com/track/classic
CReW dropped their “Real Lxfe” video via Youtube which featured mo’heat, City, SeT and DillanPonders: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-tTgJz28X0
**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 (http://www.dillanponders.bandcamp.com/album/overdose). City’s new project “On Y Va” is also due later this year.
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.
Maestro Fresh Wes ft. Kardinal Offishall
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.