Following the September 2013 release of his collaborative EP with production team Fameless, appropriately titled Fundament x Fameless and also premiered on DJ Booth, Toronto spitter Fundament has returned with a new single and a tentative release date for his new album. Serving as an ‘an introspective single to reflect on the road ahead and stepping up in the game’, according to Fundament, the Stretch-produced track is a self-motivational single that bares gritty bars and smooth production.
Fundament indulges in the dark soundscape of Toronto rap, while effortlessly layering that sound with strong bars to a perfect East-meets-West Coast harmony. “On The Way Pt. II” will appear on Fundament’s album 15Blocks, which is scheduled to be released at the top of 2015.
TORONTO – Junia-T keeps his summer’s promise of new releases with his third single “Sky Is Falling”, featuring Mississauga newcomer Kemi. The track is off of his upcoming project Eye See You, which will be packed with features from artists such as Little Simz, Franc Grams, and LordQuest to name a few.
“This song is an ode to the golden era. Bars and brass,” said Junia-T.
Here is the first taste of the upcoming D-Sisive mixtape ” The Great Mr. Nobody ” dropping September 16th. The track is produced by Cam Bluff and mixed by Muneshine.
1. Like Jesus
3. Right Now
4. Ma Dreams
5. Tell Me That I’m Lying
6. Foreign Bitch
8. Street Freestyle
9. Get Money Bitch
10. Hate Me
11. Freakin’ You Remix
12. Wit Me
13. The Love
14. Still I Try.
Executive Produced By Solo R.E.D. & K.I.D
All tracks mixed & mastered by Solo R.E.D.
Artwork by NVPhoto
Directed and edited by XCON and produced by Will X Movement, “Grab A
Cloud” is the third video from Dan-e-o’s third album, “Inevitable“, which
is out now on URBNET Records.
Featuring his protégés, the duo L.I.U. (Slick Mason & Conwell), both the
track and video capture the trio reviving back and forth rhyming,
expressing their undying needs to escape being held down in order to
fulfill their dreams.
Toronto MC Fortunato has released the new video “Flatline” off his album Unseen Armada. Directed by Del Reze for Streetscape Sounds and produced by Beaatz of the award winning group City Natives.
This video is dedicated to Krawn Godly who died this past Sunday. Fortunato began rapping with Krawn in high school in the same group which later became Angerville alongside Ill Da Shystee (R.I.P.) and Conscious Thought. Fortunato explains “I dropped a song all about making the most of life before it’s too late. Next thing you know a friend I grew up rapping with dies and the message, as contrived as it may be, becomes so much more profound”.
Check out the video link below and check out Unseen Armada at http://fortunato.bandcamp.com