Fortunato – Flatline

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”.

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Chris Green – Just Know

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Toronto artist Chris Green (formerly known as Puzzle) and the Quarter Inch Kings have worked alot over the years.They have released many singles, videos, been featured on mixtapes and in 2011 had put out “The Puzzle” EP. They are now gearing up to put out their next project “Breathe”. Just Know is the first single from the EP which is set to come out later this year. The song’s dj pack (download here) includes the standard street, clean, instrumental, and acapella versions; and is also accompanied with visuals done by Sonic Life Media. The EP is entirely produced by The Quarter Inch Kings, and mixed & mastered by PhameOne the “Pro Tools Bully”.

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M-Bomb – A Story No One Told




In a sea of hip-hop artists chasing the latest trends, M-Bomb is a breath of fresh air. More concerned with storytelling than braggadocio, the 22-year-old emcee has always embraced and admired music’s ability to forge a deep connection with the listener. It should come as no surprise that among his biggest influences are Shad, Classified, and Common.

Originally from Waterloo, ON, M-Bomb (otherwise known as Martin Bauman) began rapping at the age of 15, after hearing Mos Def and Talib Kweli’s Black Star and Common’s “I Used To Love H.E.R.” As a teenager, he honed his craft at talent shows and coffee houses, all while releasing a number of unofficial albums: 2009’s That’s Life and Baker’s Dozen, and 2011’s Revelation/Revolution. For the past three years, M-Bomb has been working towards his first official mixtape release, A Story No One Told.

A Story No One Told is a 10-track narrative originally inspired by Shad’s song of the same name and the idea that the greatest story never told is our own. “When asked about our lives and accomplishments, we’re often quick to downplay our experiences as commonplace and nothing special,” says M-Bomb. “The truth is, within each of us lies an incredible story waiting to be told. With this release, my aim is to tell my story, in the hope of inspiring others to take notice of their own.” A Story No One Told tells stories of hope, fear, love, regret, and optimism – often within the same breath.

Appropriately for such an introspective project, the mixtape is mostly feature-free, with the exception of an appearance by rising Oakville, ON emcee/producer A-Fos (who also mixed the project) on “Boom/Get Out The Way.” Production-wise, M-Bomb does double-duty on “How The Story Begins” and “While You Were Sleeping,” with the remainder of the mixtape sampling from a number of the most influential producers and artists in the Waterloo emcee’s lifetime.

Along with the release, M-Bomb has teamed up with a number of talented visual artist friends to create exclusive, one-of-a-kind pieces of art for each song. The ten pieces will be auctioned off with all proceeds going to Unity Charity.
Artist Name/Group: M-Bomb

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Philly Moves – Fuxwitchu


Hailing from the Nation’s Capital and now based in Toronto, Canada, Philly Moves is an independent MC/Producer hip-hop duo. One of the country’s top emerging acts, they have performed almost 200 times across North America, sharing the stage with both emerging and established acts from both sides of the border.

Using both sample based and original production methods, producer Rockwell crafts complex soundscapes that straddle the line between organic and experimental perfectly, providing a rich canvas for MC Tragic’s compelling songwriting and charismatic flow. Live, their set is high energy and heavy on intimacy; Rockwell switching back and forth seamlessly from live beat making on the MPC to playing acoustic guitar and crooning while Tragic controls the crowd with a commanding stage presence. Truly a collaborative effort, Philly Moves distinctive style combines the tastes and experiences of both men, their personal and artistic chemistry evident both on stage and on wax.

Philly Moves has spent almost a full year working on an entirely new project. “Olga”, a more mature look and sound for the pair, is available now through URBNET both digitally and on vinyl. Look out for them coming through your city this fall and stay tuned for their next music video!

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D.O. – Home For The Summer


“Home For The Summer” is the latest release from Guinness World Record setting rapper D.O.    The 13 track mixtape includes new songs and remixes, as well as new tracks from D.O.’s groups Art of Fresh and The Busy Brothers.  Behind the boards is DJ IV,  multiple Stylus Award winner and Classified’s official DJ.   Features include Joell Ortiz, Famous,  JD Era, D-Sisive, Diz Dallas, Preetam Sengupta, and Robbie G with production coming from Statik Music, Jahronomo INC,  Slakah the Beatchild, Tone Mason, and Natural Diggers.

It’s been a game changing year for D.O.  In January he performed at MIDEM in France and rocked Sweden’s Independent Music Awards in Stockholm.  The track “Amerika” from his duo Art of Fresh hit #1 on the US College Charts in February.  In April he released “Down Home” a ten song collaborative album with Classified.  In May, he toured Taiwan and performed in Singapore with Art of Fresh.

“I’ve been in ten countries so far this year.  Since I was on the road so much, I wanted to come back home for the summer.  Coming home is when you get a chance to connect with family and friends, its also a chance to get back in the booth.  Whenever I step back in the studio its a chance for me to take my experiences from the road and put them on record” says D.O.

The mix tape is available as a free download.

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VLXL – Hazard Lights


Via Linez and Lyve drop their 1st Single “Hazard Lights” from their collaborative LP, Trains Automobiles & Flights, dropping 3rd Qtr of 2014. 

Trinidad Carnival inspired, Via goes in showing his true Trinidadian colours and wastes no bars in doing so. Lyve on the assist with an absolute trillmatic-soca fused beat compliments the witty emcee and shows why this duo is in a lane on their own. 

Hazard Lights.

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D.O. – Old Habits (ft. D-Sisive / Aspektz)


“I went from day dreamin about lyrics… to plots and schemes about business…”

D.O. returns with a new single featuring D-Sisive and Aspektz and produced by longtime collaborator Jahronomo Inc.

The track is the final leak from D.O.’s forthcoming mixtape “Home For The Summer” hosted by DJ IV.

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Just John – Comfortable

Three months after releasing his debut LP ” Fast Metaborhythm”, Just John shares the music video for ” Comfortable “.

The Director FRO shot video captures the summer feel and Just John’s groovy character. ” Comfortable ” is Just John’s playful take on what he considers leisure, which just so happens to be a jam session, in an art gallery with a handful of nosy people.

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Nation Party – PrettyBoyFlyGuyShitForeverTho


Nation Party just wrapped up their first Mixtape ” PrettyBoyFlyGuyShitForeverTho ” . 

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Unknown Mizery – Broken Pieces



Banger from the ” Busking In Bombay ” album. If you missed it you can pick it up right Here !

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