[Gallery] Bone Thugs N’ Harmony Sept 12th @ The Danforth Music Hall

Bone Thugs N Harmony @ Danforth Music Hall 2015

Bone Thugs N’ Harmony performed a legendary show on September 12th at The Danforth Music Hall. They performed their classic album, E. 1999 Eternal for the first time in Canada. View the gallery from the night after the jump, or on our Flickr. Photography by Drew Yorke-Slader for The Come Up Show.

[Gallery] Apathy & Celph Titled (Demigodz) Sept 10th @ The Rockpile

Apathy & Celph Titled (DemiGodz) @ Rockpile West 2015

The Demigodz, Apathy and Celph titled took over the Rockpile on September 10th. Check out the full gallery from the night after the jump! Photography by Drew Yorke-Slader

[Contest] A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples & Danny Brown September 25th @ Echo Beach


Summer has come to an end, and A$AP Rocky‘s show at TD Echo Beach will end outdoor concert season with a bang. We’re giving a chance to win one (1) pair of tickets  for you and a friend to attend A$AP Rocky’s September 25th Toronto show, with special guests Vince Staples and Danny Brown. One entry per person. Must live in the GTA, or be able to travel to the GTA on the day of show. The contest will close on September 21st, 2015 at 11:59PM EST. Winners will be announced on September 22nd, 2015. Tickets are also available for purchase via Ticketmaster. Good luck!

[Event] Bone Thugs N’ Harmony Sept 12 & 13 @ Danforth Music Hall


Bone Thugs N’ Harmony have been in the rap game for over 20 years. The group will heading out on tour to perform  back to back shows at the Danforth Music Hall on Saturday, September 12th & Sunday, September 13th. For the first time ever in Canada, they will be performing multi-platinum and best selling E. 1999 Eternal album in its entirety. This will be an unforgettable event. Tickets available via Ticketmaster ranging from $50 to $165.

What: Bone Thugs N’ Harmony Performing E. 1999 Eternal
Where: The Danforth Music Hall | 147 Danforth Ave
When: Saturday, September 12th & Sunday, September 13th, 2015
Admission: $50 – $165 tickets available via Ticketmaster | Two Day Pass

[Podcast] Apollo Brown talks the importance of listening, not being put in others’ boxes, and finding inner motivation

Apollo Brown on The Come Up Show

Apollo Brown isn’t trying to re-invent the wheel. He’s not concerned with that. All that matters to the Mello Music Group producer is keeping the music he loves alive. It’s fitting, then, that his production setup still revolves around a desktop computer and an old copy of Cool Edit 2000. As Brown says, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

It’s nothing short of remarkable that with all of the technological innovations of the past decade-and-a-half, the Detroit-based producer is making some of the best music in hip-hop on software most abandoned years ago. The recipe? Collaborating with artists in-person — which makes it all the more interesting that on his latest album, Grandeur, he forgoes his comfort zone and enlists his largest collaborating cast to date.

When not behind the boards, the Grand Rapids native is thoughtful and down-to-earth. We caught up with Apollo Brown to talk about the importance of listening, not being put in others’ boxes, finding inner motivation, and much more.

Listen to the podcast below and read the highlights after the jump.

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