Articles in Martyr AV
Matching as a somewhat odd pairing, veteran Southern Ontario rhymers Dan-e-o and Promise unveil “Ghetto,” the first track off the new duo’s upcoming debut album. Series Premiere will hit streets next year on Urbnet.
In the latest video for “Let My Tape Rock” from Rochester aka Juice’s Born to Be, the Southern Ontario rapper/actor plays the role of best man at his friend’s wedding. The clever production is directed David F. Mewa.
“I Could Stay” follows the first single, the infectious “Rock Paper Scissors,” off Edmonton-born, Canadian R&B soulstress Kreesha Turner’s sophomore offering Tropic Electric.
Folk trio Timber Timbre – the outfit made up of Mika Posen, Simon Trottier and Taylor Kirk – has released its new video for “Swamp Magic,” off the Polaris Prize-nominated fourth full-length Creep On Creepin’ On.
“Can’t Sleep When I’m Sober” is the self-explanatory second single off Flight Distance’s Bad Information album. “Can’t Sleep” follows the infectious and esoteric tribal jam and first BI single “Info-Pop_breakout.”
Big Lean has set his home court, Toronto’s Parma Court projects, ablaze with his new mixtape Something Gotta Give. “I Wanna Know” marks the new single from the mixtape, produced almost in its entirety by Grammy-winner Boi-1da.
Her name may not yet be household, but chances are you’ve seen or heard Suzka. She was the featured violins at the 2010 Games in Vancouver and has, of late, collaborated with RZA, K’Naan and now on “Narcotic,” Maestro.
Originally from St. Lucia, Kayo, now a rightful Maritimer, has taken the Canadian hip-hop scene by storm since teaming with Halifax’s Halflife Records. “Be a Star” marks the first single off Kayo’s EP One: The Prequel.
On the third official single off Classified’s Handshakes and Middle Fingers album, “Maybe it’s Just Me,” the East Coast rapper-producer teams up with Rhymesayers product and Minnesota MC Brother Ali.
Check out the latest video and single from Toronto songstress Andreena Mill’s mixtape All Eyes on Me. Mill, who has in past teamed with the likes of Saukrates, teams up with SoundSmith, who produces “Like Me.”