Dillan Ponders drops some much needed visuals for “Somewhere In Chinatown.” The record appeared on Dillan’s most recent LP, The Boy Who Lived, and is produced by SmashMouth’s own BatmanOnTheBeatz. This latest clip finds Dillan fixating on drugs, alcohol and women as he roams the streets… Somewhere in Chinatown; classic Dillan Ponders vibe. Be sure to check this one out, and leave your thoughts below.
The fifth and final music video from Tasha‘s debut mixtape, FiDiYootdem, features the Toronto artist/producer prowling through the streets of Kensington Market while riots rage. The Amazon and her feline friend beast on this track; “Thru The Fire” is the new ghetto manifesto, I’ll be bumping this track well into the new year. Be sure to check out Tasha’s latest, and share your thoughts below.
Fresh off of his UK tour, Junia-T follows the release of his album Eye See You with the video premiere of “Wasting Time”. Directed by Kyle Smiley, “Wasting Time” finds Junia-T schooling the youth on what it takes to follow your dreams and how to walk to your full potential. Be sure to peep Junia T’s latest, and check out our interview with Mr. T if you haven’t had the opportunity yet.
“Wasting Time” is just about passing on the important stuff to the next generation on the come up. I’m the product of having older brothers who respected that responsibility,” Junia-T.
Lets take it back to some nineties vibe flows. Yours Truly, T.Y. – one of our favorite up and coming artists from the GTA area; teamed up with Bo$quiat Clique for “Hate” as one of the last two tracks he released during #TYTuesdays before dropping the first single, “Sucker For Love” off his forthcoming project.
This one reminds me of some classic New York hip-hop I listened to growing up, it almost reminds you of a cypher kicking in the streets. If you hang around the rap scene, you know cyphers can get going pretty quick. Along with the vibe of the track, the visuals shot by Primitive Mike give the same feel, adding another element of hip-hop to create the effect. Joel Johnston gives a nice kick and keyboard heavy background for the boys the flow on.
Who knows what is coming next, but for now vibe out – it’s the beginning of the week, your weekend turn up was insane I’ll bet. So why not kick back and relax to the new generation of the Greater Toronto Area. The Come Up Show is proud to present Yours Truly, T.Y. ft. Bo$ Clique “Hate”. I don’t co-sign much, but if I do you can bet it’s worth a listen.
Wu‘s sixth studio album, A Better Tomorrow is available for sale on iTunes now. The visuals to the title track of the LP share the events of the current issues we’ve seen all over the news lately. This video “was created by Wu-Tang Clan in the hopes of inspiring change and promoting unity throughout the world.”
Amniat keeps grinding ya’ll. After dropping,”Problems,” earlier this week, we get a new set of visuals for “Soon To Fly.” This track is about forgetting about the negative aspects of life (hate, drama etc.) and focusing on becoming a better person yourself. Hence the name Soon To Fly. Once you make yourself the best you can be, you can finally hit the top or “fly”.
Watch J. Cole’s “Intro” video for the first track off 2014 Forest Hills Drive, hitting all retailers Tuesday, December 9. I’ve been waiting a while for this project to drop. With no singles or major promotion, who knows what Cole has in stored for us; but it’s a safe bet that 2014 Forest Hills Drive will be fire!