K’Naan just dropped the lyric video to “Hurt Me Tomorrow” (The Ballad of Smelly & Petunia), off his upcoming album, Country, God or the Girl, to be released this fall. In what may be the first use of puppets in a rap video since Eminem’s “Ass Like That”, we get this offering, described as “a lyric video of epic sexual proportions.” Check out the visuals below.
Our concert with Stalley, Rich Kidd, The Antiheroes, Rich Kidd and Ngajuana is on June 1 at the APK Live in London, Ontario. We came up with the idea to put together a mixtape of these amazing acts because this is a show you should DEFINITELY attend. The talent is amazing and it’s only 15 bucks. Get your tickets right now at United Kutz, Grooves, Trendsetterz Clothing on 727 Richmond. You can also get them online at ticketdriver. RSVP on facebook for full details. We made this mixtape perfect for you to burn on a CD. Share it around and see you next Friday. Mad love to our homie DJ Doubledown make sure to follow him and The Come Up Show. Every person that tweets this post to The Come Up Show will get a follow back from The Come Up Show! Let’s get it!
Here are a preview of the tracks on this mixtape which you can download below.
1. Stalley ft Rick Ross – Hell’s Angels American Heathens (3:30)
2. Ngajuana – Shadows (2:56)
3. Stalley ft Rock Ross & Meek Mill – BCGMMG (RMX) (3:41)
4. Junia-T ft Ayah & T Ana Cole – Take Your Time (prod. Rich Kidd) (3:50)
5. Blake Carrington ft Rich Kidd – Fresh (3:51)
6. K-oS ft Saukrates & Nelly Nurtado – On The Run (prod. Rich Kidd) (3:00)
7. Billy Danze ft Busta Rhymes – Indescribable (prod. Rich Kidd) (4:31)
8. Stalley – Milq N Honey (3:00)
9. Ngajuana – The Disconnect (2:39)
10. The Antiheroes ft Mike Devine – Morning (2:49)
11. Drake – The Presentation (prod. Rich Kidd) (2:07)
12. Rich Kidd ft Jay-Feliz & Kaylah Sinclair – Livin It Up (2:53)
13. Ngajuana – Atari (2:46)
14. Rich Kidd – Boiling Point (1:38)
15. Rich Kidd – Take It Slow (2:34)
16. The Antiheroes – ft DJ Docta – Circus Clowns (3:04)
17. Drake ft Saukrates – The Search (prod. Rich Kidd) (3:56)
18. Stalley ft Wale & Anthony Flammia – Home to You (2:40)
19. Sir Crizzy ft Rich Kidd & Mayhem Morearty – Rhyme Levitation (2:35)
20. Smash Brovaz ft Lord Quest & Rich Kidd – Shut Up (3:20)
21. The Antiheroes ft D-Sisive – The Rebels..Listen Up (3:26)
22. Saukrates – 2999(prod. Rich Kidd) (2:36)
23. King Reign ft Rich Kidd & Saukrates – Soarin to Heaven (3:37)
24. Saukrates ft Rich Kidd – Soarin to Heaven Part 2 (2:52)
25. Ngajuana – Once Again (2:49)
26. Stalley – She Hates The Bass (2:58)
Slur is back with “Sunset Blvd” that will be featured on his new project Pills & Spilled Beer. If you’re not familiar with the Hamilton native you can check out his two previous mixtapes The Red Cup Theory and My Best Friends. Slur classifies his music as Drunk Hop, the type of music that is for fun and to party to. “Sunset Blvd” doesn’t necessarily fit the bill of Drunk Hop as it takes on a more serious topic and is more slow paced. The instrumentals come from a sole guitarist who does a great job at giving the track that necessary vibe. I definitely see potential in this dude, so check out the video below and let us know what you think.
For one of our lucky readers we have two pairs of tickets for you to see Yelawolf May 27th 2012 @ The Music Hall in London, Ontario. All you have to do to win is be the first person to answer our trivia question correctly in the comments section on the site. The question is “What Hip Hop pioneer makes a cameo in Yelawolf’s “Let’s Roll” music video. The winner will be contacted via email, so make sure you include it with your answer.
Hint: He’s from the Bronx in New York
If you don’t win no need to worry tickets are still available at Ticketmaster
Pusha T has released some new music with “Exodus 23:1″ that is rumoured to be featured on the highly anticipated G.O.O.D music album, Cruel Summer. Speculation is that “Exodus 23:1″ is a Drake diss, which wouldn’t come as a surprise if you go back earlier this year to one of Pusha’s oh so sweet freestyles. There’s definitely some subliminal’s that could be directed at Drizzy, but I’m hearing some possible shots at The Weeknd as well… Yeah Pusha kills this, but personally I’m tired of him going at Drake and we all know the man is talented enough to put out music about things other than Toronto’s very own. Take a listen to “Exodus 23:1″ and let us know your thoughts.
Definitely one of the best performances to hit the forest city. Styles P and Sheek Louch wowed me, they performed hit after hit after hit. Classics like We Gon Make It, 24 Hours to Live, Wildout, Blackout and on and on. Make sure to look out for my interview with Styles P at the Delta Hotel coming very soon. For now take a look at our photographer courtesy courtesy of The Come Up Show Photographer Nate Tapper. Special thanks once again to Godfathaz Productions, Trendsetterz Clothing, and everyone else involved in this show.
Maryland artist Steph Castro just dropped “They Love It”, the lead single off his upcoming mixtape entitled Live and Let Die. Dude first caught my attention with the visuals to his smooth tracks “Keys To The City” and “Clear Water Chillin”, both of which come off his May 2011 EP The Art of Cloud Hopping. Castro slows it down on the Moe King-produced “They Love It”, stream and download the track below.