‘Pilin’ Papers’ is not about foolishly spending money, but is more about generating interest and attention by being the best at what you do. To do so, Korry Deez teams up with one of Toronto’s most dangerous emcees, SepTo, to deliver the funk right to your doorstep with ‘Pilin’ Papers’. Get your paper!
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Music video by Naturally Born Strangers performing No One Knows My Struggle. (C) 2014 TheLegendsLeague / Rich Kidd Beats / R-WAY
Song Produced by Rich Kidd
James McGurk & Che Kothari
A Mad Ruk Production
Produced in Co-operation with MuchFACT, A Foundation To Assist Canadian Talent, Supported by Much and M3, Divisions of Bell Media Inc.
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“As a testament to the video’s fun and satirical nature, Boyd mused on the experience about filming the video, “What could be more enjoyable than hanging out in the woods, drinking beer, and making a music video?”
Fresh off the release of his album …Note The Sarcasm, East coast Canadian rapper Mike Boyd has come through with the fourth single from the project titled, “This Ain’t Funny”. Featuring his Juno-award winning brother Classified, the video finds Boyd and Class as over-the-top hillbillies confronting a group of rich kids littering beer cans in the backwoods. Playing off his Nova Scotia roots, the video is an absurd showcase of Boyd’s comedic sensibilities and wry lyrical wit.
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TORONTO – Following the release of the video accompaniment for “Too Smoove”, Toronto producer and emcee Junia-T blesses his fans with a new summer viber, “Everyday”. Enlisting songstress pHoenix for the vocals and fellow emcee/producer LordQuest for some bars, this time Junia-T took the lead from behind the production boards.
“This song was the product from a night of reminiscing on the golden era,” said Junia-T. “I’ve always been a fan of pHoenix and Quest, and it was dope to finally create something timeless with both of them.”
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It’s not often that rap music comes out of the Canadian prairies, but newcomer Rubiks is here to prove that looking over his musical talent would be a mistake. Coming through with a new single titled “Uh-Oh”, Rubiks enlists Toronto’s Rich Kidd to create a layered industrial-strong instrumental that encourages a new sound in rap. With the backdrop in place, Rubiks delivers equally hard-hitting bars and a catchy hook that cements a futuristic urban dystopia.
“Uh-Oh” will appear on Rubiks’ forthcoming project VOLUM3: Push Play #PushItRealGood, which will be digitally released next week.
The SARS Network’s TalkSick is back once again with another banger off his debut album “The Weapon” produced by The Quarter Inch Kings. In this video, TalkSick teams up with Thoze Guyz partner, Adam Bomb in “We Get Busy”. A hard hitting track with cuts from Dj Grouch. This video was filmed and edited by Lyme Lyte Video.\
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Baseline of Dartmouth, NS releases his first record of the summer titled “Right To Love” from his upcoming New King EP. Working with Halifax producer Cameo Rock P he lightens the mood with a laid back summer time jam.
New King is expected to drop at the end of August and features production from Grant Keddy, Cameo Rock P, Dizzla and more. As far as features go Baseline has collaborated with Thrillah, A’drian Scott and a few more surprise guests on this album.
“Toronto’s Promise is a rare breed. Not only is he one of the few Canadian hip-hop artists who can claim to make a living exclusively off of music — no small task — he’s also managed to do so while shedding the label of a prototypical “Christian rapper,” along with the baggage that comes with it. As Promise acknowledges, “it’s very hard to find music that has a good message that is also dope.”
One can often get a sense of an artist based on the company they keep, and a look at Promise’s list of frequent collaborators puts him in good surroundings: along with Drake — who he met when Drake had yet to even record a verse — he’s worked with the likes of Jhene Aiko, Shad, Slakah The Beatchild, LordQuest, and Dan-e-o (with whom he formed the group Perfeck Strangers).
It’s been awhile since the Toronto emcee released a full-length album — 2011′s Awakening was his last — but now he’s back and gearing up for his latest offering. We caught up with Promise to talk about his upcoming album, pursuing goals, coming up alongside Drake, and lots more.”
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“1st release. “REGAL” .Something for the heads. I don’t make pop music. Don’t ever expect that shit from me…. This is for the heads who fuck wit HIP HOP music. This isn’t for the mainstream radio. This is for the cats who still be checking liner notes to see who produced the joint . This is for the DJ’s who play the music they feel like playing. This isn’t for a good look, this is for the soul, I do this shit because I have to. It’s all I have.This is for you. I love each and all ya’ll that love me. And I love each and all ya’ll that hate me. “High, How Are You” begins right now. Peace and love.” -Crooklin