On the go with more visuals off YFRWN 3 – Sese premieres “Forever ‘Til It’s Over”, one of my favorite songs off the project. Produced by Rich Kidd (who just won a JUNO with Adam Bomb & Tona for Legends League Presents: Naturally Born Strangers). Shot by 0therworld Films, the visuals capture the beginning and demise of a relationship, but it’s all or nothing. Heading out on tour with Peter Jackson, you can catch Sese in a town near you starting April 1st. Give the video a share if you’re attending the show in your home town and check out YFRWN 3 if you haven’t already.
Starting April 1st, Peter Jackson heads out on a Canada wide tour with 9-0 Nickel’s newest member, Sese accompanied by a live band. Beginning in Toronto, they make their way around Ontario, skipping over to Montreal before making their way to the west coast. Peter Jackson’s new album Since I Was 16 is available for pre-order right now, giving you the title track “Since I Was 16″ featuring JRDN. Sese making his way across the country with PJ is something you don’t want to miss either, as one of Canada’s hardest working artists – and personally seeing him live a few times, this is one show you don’t want to miss. Each date is opened by local openers, as the London date has Treetop, Sentral Soldiers, Jux Cain, Young Prince & Kid Royale opening the show over at Ciroc Lounge. Peep the full tour dates and get at your local promoters in each city for tickets. I know for a fact each show is going to be huge. Don’t regret not going!
Jimmy Johnson hits the world with some new heat, “Winters End”. I’ve still been bumping Red Ferrari, though getting a new jam to bump is all good with me. I have this feeling it won’t be long before we see some more from Jimmy. Turn the volume up to eleven and vibe out to the OVO affiliates new banger.
I always get this vibe when bumping Bo$Clique of the whole crew just lampin’ (while being productive) in the studio making music – and it’s distinctive music too. You could compare them to Pro Era, but not really. Maybe in the sense they’re a group and each make their own individual music as well. Though that’s it. Bo$Clique, consisting of B3auu, EJ Grant and 88Flow, harness that vibe into their music perfectly. “TheJAM” which was the song that sparked the idea of their upcoming project CliQO, really brings that atmosphere to the forefront. Then you’ve got to ask yourself, what is “TheJAM”? It can be the club or it could be your homies spot, your spot. It could be on your block. It’s wherever your having a good time with good people. Exactly the vibe you get when listening to Bo$Clique.
With CliQO coming soon, get in that mood as the weekend approaches with some feel good music. You can hear about a few occurrences at “TheJAM” from Bo$Clique at the end too.
Emcees: 88Flow, EJ Grant, B3auu
Engineer: EJ Grant
It’s been a few months since I’ve been home, but the artists from my hometown make me feel at home every time they drop something new – and I get to share it with a whole new scene. March 16th is Left Lane Swaggz birthday, and to finish off the night he drops his “Letter To The Game” produced by Larry Bird. Coming off The Loft Tape release and giving us this little teaser, got me stoked to see what’s in store next. Jon Lines always does his thing with the visuals, branding his own unique style in everything he captures. On behalf of The Come Up Show, we want to give big happy birthday to Swaggz!
While they were on tour across Canada, we caught up with A-Game, two individuals that happen to be twin brothers. Having something the industry does not have, they give valuable advice on how to take your hustle and apply it south of the border, their beginnings as producers, Drake recognition and wanting to see a lot more unity in the Canadian scene because as they say, this Canadian industry will have you second guessing yourself.
Hit the jump to read more about our podcast with Toronto’s own, A-Game.
UWO. The home of our beloved radio show. The birthplace of The Come Up Show. A place where amazing minds are born in the depths of the hallways. Now, I’m not one for posting remixes that often, though there are 2 that I am feeling. Golden G’s “6PM at Western” is one of them. Walking the grounds on a freezing cold day, Golden G goes all in, not looking back as he shows you why he is an artist to watch out for.