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The second single from the forthcoming debut album by The Weeknd sees Canada’s soon-to-be next kid team with fellow Torontonian Drake on “The Zone.” Like the first offering from Trilogy, this new track is liable to attract fans of varied genres.
The new single from Madchild’s Dope Sick, “Broken Mirror” recounts tales of his much-talked-about opiate addiction – a habit he has since quite, but that served as something of the fuel to the fire that is his solo debut.
The video for the track features Kayo taking in a good old-fashioned house party in what looks to be typical East Coast style. “Faded” is the newest song and video to spawn from the Halifax Records prodigy’s The Escape Movement project.
Bar brawls, lot lizards, tears, drama and the brand of sex you find downtown and in seedy corners of the internet – the ugly side of our days – clear a path to a sweet sunrise in this, the latest from a few of the country’s finest artists.
It seems along the route, perhaps somewhere between the badlands of the Canadian countryside and road sickness, DWW decided to remix Marianas Trench’s hit “Fallout.” The result is a parody one can both laugh at, and rock to.
Canada’s answer to Fort Minor or Hilltop Hoods with an anger problem, Nation Ruckus has awoken sleeping heads in the underground, suburban hip-hop scene with the drop of the trio’s Sept. 25 release Boombox Manifesto.
Just in time for Halloween, this new twist on the original Balconies’ tune “Serious Bedtime” sees the trio rock a zombie-infested foggy forest. The remake of the song and video entitled “Do it in the Dark” shows the versatility of both their instrumental and vocal prowess.
Halifax hip-hop heavyweight Classified teams up with fellow East Coaster Skratch Bastid and long-time collaborator Saukrates on the first offering off the upcoming 15th studio release from the veteran rapper-producer.
“Backlines” marks the third single off Stars’ sixth full-length studio album ‘The North.’ The song and video follow on the heels of “The Theory of Relativity” and “Hold on When You Get Love and Let Go When You Give It.”
If hype and raw musical talent do in fact equate to success to come, November 13 should go down in the books as a day this nation celebrated the export of its latest global music sensation. That day marks the release of The Weeknd’s debut album Trilogy.