Produced by SouthSide and Lex Luger.
“No Stress” is the sixth installment of GINZ’s #FreestyleGINZday series. This time he uses ScHoolboy Q’s “Man of the Year.” The video was directed by Siego.
New video from Staasia Daniels, Robb and Oshaun over a remixed version (by Beau Vallis) of Drake’s “Worst Behaviour.” The video was shot by XP and edited by Dukey Dukez.
Divo’s latest mixtape, Inside The Vault, is a collection of tracks from over the years as well as some new material. Featured artists include Dan-e-o, Classified, D.O., Eternia, D-Sisive, N.I.F.T.Y., Gee Wunder, Tara Chase, General, Nukky Grissom, DL Incognito and more.
DOWNLOAD: Divo – Inside The Vault (Bandcamp)
Tommy Spitz collabs with Duck Down’s Starang Wondah for “Help Me!” which will appear on Spitz’ upcoming project.
New video from FELN, Wutu and Kirk Swerve.
From the Eastside of Toronto, YGH Entertainment brings you the video for “Heartless” from FELN, Wutu and Kirk Swerve. The video shows the trio of emcees reflecting on their various vices in the alleys and shadows of the Mega City.
New release from Capeech’s Sky’s The Limit EP.
Directed by Dan Jardine for Boom Shoal Productions, “A Wink & A Nod” is the new video from Relic off of his recently released Golden EP.
New one from JD Era.
It’s no wonder that JD Era is the Toronto rapper most endorsed by the Wu Tang Clan. His newly released track, Wu Tang Forever, pays homage to the Clan in the most respectful and appropriate way possible – by annihilating a beat with lyrics and wordplay that could only be inspired by the pioneers of the game.
Like most rappers out there, Wu Tang has ignited his drive in the game – but, unlike many other rappers out there, JD Era was hand picked by the Clan. In 2012, he was signed to Raekwon’s newly formed indie imprint, Ice H20 Records. Not only has he collaborated with Raekwon on several projects, but he’s performed alongside and done tracks with Ghostface Killah, RZA, GZA, Method Man, as well as Drake, Nas, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, and many more.
New track from ShaqIsDope’s upcoming Black Frames.
In a crystal-clear flow that would make the most experienced emcee envious, Shaq showcases his potent, passionate mic style.Zach Lyda‘s echoing beat is on the softer side, thanks to the velvety sample, but this record is anything but lightweight. Shaq posses all the power the track needs, both in his flow and his thoughtful, engaging lyrics. If you dug Just Believe, be on the lookout for the artist’s next project,Black Frames.
DOWNLOAD: ShaqIsDope – “Just Believe” (Soundcloud)