In the ‘Screwface Captial” Toronto rapper/producer Raz Fresco delivers a brand-new mixtape titled, The Screwface Tape, featuring only ChillxWill. The 15-track project consists of freestyles from the Bakers Club affiliate in which he displays an array of talent. The collection of music is reminiscent of the 90′s era Hip-Hop as Raz delivers impeccable lyricism throughout. Stream/download “The Screwface Tape” after the jump and watch his latest set of visuals for “Cursed Blessings” below.
Download: Raz Fresco – “The Screwface Tape”
Middle fingers up! Taylor Gang affiliate Ty Dolla $ign let’s his hands do the talking for his latest mixtape, Sign Language. The 11-track offering features the likes of Juicy J, Casey Veggies, Rich Homie Quan, Rick Ross, Dom Kennedy, French Montana, and Fabolous among others. Production comes from Metro Boomin, DJ Mustard, Dun Deal, Nate 3D, and more more. His upcoming LP, Free TC, will be released later this year. Stream/download “Sign Language” after the jump.
ATL’s Raury has been turning a lot of heads the past few months. Earlier in August, the ATLien released two videos for, “Cigarette Song and and “Indigo Child,” both which generated 70 thousand plus views in just a matter of weeks, and gained the attention of none other than Kanye West who flew the younging out to meet him. For those who have been wanting to hear more music from this cat, the wait is over as Raury releases his debut project Indigo Child. Raury has a very unique style. The mash up of acoustic guitars, hip hop drums and synths make Raury’s style hard to define, all I know is that it is dope! Be sure to check this LP out, and witness a star in the making.
Toronto artist P. Reign has released the highly anticipated, first official single titled “DnF,” featuring Drake and Future. His forthcoming mixtape, Dear America drops on September 2nd and will also feature French Montana, Waka Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, PARTYNEXTDOOR and A$AP Rocky. Listen to “DnF” below.
I did it, my timin’ was perfect, I’m comin’, they know it. Becomin’ the last great American poet.
With nothing but a link to his SoundCloud page posted on his Twitter handle last night, Childish Gambino graces fans with new music entitled “Candler Road.” The song portrays his quirkiness as well as great synth work as he lays down his first track since the release of “Because the Internet.” This may or may not be apart of the upcoming solo album that he plans on releasing before the end of the year but definitely leads to great anticipation for the fans. Take a listen below and let us know what you think of the track.
Lets see how much of an impact Toronto hip-hop has been on you because lets face it, there are dudes who have put in the ground work, fighting to make Toronto the scene it is today. Me growing up, I was adapt to dudes like Staalin, Tona, Mayhem, JD Era, Rich Kidd, Sese, Drake etc etc. The list could go on. If you know me, I usually only bump Canadian artists wherever. With Iron Kurtain 3: Man of Steel on the way, Staalin drops “Grand Entrance”, the introduction to the project.
This controversial – lyrical assault, seemingly targets several rappers in Staalin’s native town of Toronto, leaving many people asking; who will be next on his hit list?
Chris Brown has delivered the title track to his long-awaited album, X, dropping on September 16th. Breezy looks back on his past relationships and vows to move on over the slow-moving R&B single which quickly transitions into a fast-paced EDM beat. Listen to ‘X,” produced by Diplo.