[Audio] Jukebox Verbal feat. Ngajuana – “Body Dem” (Prod. Tripple A)

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Show some love to our brother Jukebox Verbal and his latest track, “Body Dem,” featuring the one and only Ngajuana. You have to respect Jukebox’s dedication to the hip hop game. Not only does Juke host The Freeway Show (which airs on Saturday nights at Midnight on CHRW 94.9FM) but he is also the founder and president of the record label Black Room Entertainment, based in Tema, Ghana, West Africa. When you’re trying to come up, you gotta body the competition, and Juke shows us on this latest track that he’s taking no prisoners. Be sure to check this track out, and leave your thoughts below.

[Radio] The Come Up Show Radio Broadcast Dec 20, 2014 (6-8:00pm ET)


The Come Up Show Radio is live hosted today by Michael Kivell. Join us on the video player and kick it with us. Full details below.

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[Video] Allan Rayman- “Graceland” (Dir. Steph Verschuren)


In preparation for the release of Hotel Allan, Mr. Rayman drops off a new set of visuals for, “Graceland.” The Steph Verschuren directed video finds our boy, Allan, lost in the woods as he, “walks through the reality of his untimely death”- if you’re curious as to what that means, peep the video to see for yourself. Every video Allan has put out has been cinematic, and the tracks are always fire. Needless to say I’m excited for Hotel Allan to drop. Be on the look out for it’s release early 2015, in the mean time take this latest video in and share your thoughts with us.

[Mixtape] Tray- “ScaTTered”

20 year old Toronto artist Tray is looking to shake the scene up with the release of his latest project ScaTTered. Taking notes from CReW affiliates DillanPonders, SeT and Terrell Morris, Tray looks to make a strong name for himself, presenting one of the more abstract mixtapes I’ve come across ina while. The first time I heard Tray spit was on his feature with SeT in, “Baussin”- I was pretty impressed with what I heard. After listening to ScaTTered front to back…I’m officially a fan and would recommend this tape to anyone looking for that raw hip hop sound. Featuring stand out records Trillium, Oxtta Sxte, Rehabbit, Register, Smooth Operator and Relephants, there’s a track for everybody on this mixtape. Be sure to check it out, and leave your comments below.

[Podcast] John River talks believing in a greater purpose, #BlackLivesMatter, and the pressures of success

To hear John River tell it, his future lies in one of two extremes: either he’ll become the biggest rapper in the world, or he’ll end up as the biggest bust in hip-hop. The more you hear the 20-year-old Mississauga artist tell his story, the more you can’t help but believe that he’s destined to succeed. After all, this is the same artist who, as a teenager, took a bus to New York City and showed up unannounced at the president of Dreamville’s door. It’s also the same artist who left an indelible mark with his debut mixtape, The Calm, and is now prepared for its followup, The Storm.

What happens to a young artist when things don’t happen as quickly as they had imagined? The same setbacks that cause so many to call it quits served as a wakeup call for John River once the honeymoon of The Calm ended. “You have to really grow up,” says River. “You have to shut up, stop complaining, get educated, be willing to listen, and understand that maybe you’re not the best rapper in the world at 17.”

Suffice it to say, a lot has happened since the release of River’s debut mixtape two years ago, and it was long overdue that we caught up with him once again. We spoke about everything from believing in one’s greater purpose, to the significance of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, to the pressures of success and the fear of failure.

Listen to the podcast above and get a glimpse of the conversation after the jump.

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