Video: Mad Dukez Interview Pt. 4 at The Hideout in Omaha
Rising rap star Mad Dukez (check out http://MadDukez.Bandcamp.com/ to hear his music and learn more about him) does an exclusive interview with Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews.com! In this final segment Dukez talks about being successful as an independent artist, how to decide what goes out free for promotion, when "Gettin' Gatsby'd" will drop, paying attention to detail, and more!
Winnipeg's Prairie Hip Hop ABSTRACT ARTFORM Performs At The Adrenaline Zone
Courtesy Jon Asher.
The Adrenaline Zone at Nathan Phillips Square is THE place for your extreme adventure seeker. Anchoring the activity is the Toronto Sun Zip Line, which at 725 feet is the tallest urban zip line in North America! Thrill junkies can fly between the iconic towers of City Hall, landing at the tip of Queen Street and stick around for top-notch live music acts, completely free to the public. An obstacle course led by the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces is guaranteed to work up an appetite, and fans can refuel at theHigh Octane Food Zone where trained chefs will be paired with culinary students to create some amazing and unique delicacies.
Toronto just get can't enough of Winnipeg’s fuse masters of Prairie-inspired hip-hop and funk Abstract Artform, after performing multiple showcases at Indie Week last month in October, they have been invited back to the Canadian Hip Hop capital to perform at the Grey Cup Festival during the 100th Grey Cup weekend after winning the #1 placement in the Urban genre of Intel Canada Superstars competition for their track 'As The Crow Flies' from the forthcoming release.
"We're excited and honored to be playing at the Grey Cup festival this year. We want to also thank Ourstage for the opportunity and thank everyone for being so supportive of our Intel Canada Superstars win." comments vocalist/ frontman Shea Malcomson.
Video: D-Sisive f/ Neverending White Lights "Don't Turn The Lights Out"
Courtesy Matt B.
There was a time in Derek Christoff's life when he didn't have many words. It's not that he didn't have a story; but he was stuck on the start.
In the late 90s, the young MC known as D-Sisive came up quickly in the Toronto hip-hop community with a string of well-liked singles, but his burgeoning profile was stopped cold with the illness and death of both of his parents in a six-year span. Grief and depression stole his creativity and motivation for the better part of a decade, but in a moment fit for fable, his lyrical inspiration returned suddenly one day while singing along to the Beach Boys on the radio. It was the new start D-Sisive's story needed. And he hasn't stopped since.
MP3: Uni V Sol - Bang Hard f/ Pacewon & Christopher Brown
Courtesy Melanie J. Cornish.
Fusing Hip-Hop and Jazz, Uni V Sol called upon the legendary Outsidaz founder, Pacewon to join him on BANG HARD along with modern day Jazz great, Christopher Brown. Able to switch up his style instantaneously this track shows the versatility Uni V Sol exudes when he is in the booth.
the poet EP is the third official solo non-mixtape album released by Toronto hip hop artist MC FÜBB since 2009. The EP features production by Junia-T, Fresh Kils, MMAC, Justunlimited, Noyz, Bix, and NTG and has guest artist appearances by Wordsworth, Relic, Mike Devine, J Shiltz, Bad Newz, DJ Docta, and DJ Uncle Fester.
Did you hear the good news? Colorado and Washington legalized the recreational use of marijuana, so you know what that means? Time for some new songs that the smokers can get down with as they crack open a dutch. "PasMeThaBlunt," which is rapper Black Lung's lead single off of his upcoming No Regret$ album (due out December 21st), just got the visual treatment by director Miles Meyer, and is a fitting song for your next smoke session. Boasting a beat that will keep the heads nodding on the street, the Borgata MOB member gives listeners a glimpse into his "higher" lifestyle.
R: This brand new video is for the song "hieroglyphics" from my last project "The Longer Way Home" released January/2012 The visuals were shot by M.E.S.S.age Films out in NJ, prod. by Ivy League Zombie. The hardest question I get as an artist is "what makes you different?" The only way I know how to answer that best is to present visuals like these.