It’s been a few years since I’ve done this (with a couple projects that fell through in between), but it’s time that MCHH releases another mixtape (or compilation as I am no DJ). The idea for this one is Toronto to Detroit, so you K/W, London and Windsor people will want to pay attention, too.
The plan is to have around 20 tracks, with the majority (12-15) being by Toronto artists, of course, and with the goal of producing a mixtape monthly or bi-monthly. Future editions may or may not follow the same format. I may decide to switch cities. Or not. We’ll see how it goes.
Submissions will be open to everyone who lives in or between Toronto and Detroit. When submitting music, please send a download link so my inbox doesn’t fill up too quick. Also include your name, any featured artists, producer’s name, etc. WAV files are appreciated. Feel free to send 2-3 tracks that you’re trying to push if you can’t decide on one as I really don’t have time to listen to full albums to pick out tracks.
This mixtape will be made available for free, so keep that in mind when submitting tracks.
One other rule: no dubs. Original production only.
Also, for any visual artists/graphic designers who may be reading this, I will be looking for a cover this.
Submissions can be sent to email@example.com.
“Capture The Moonlight” is the first single off of D.O.’s upcoming LP, Down Home. The track features Saukrates on the hook and a verse from Joell Ortiz over production from Classified. Down Home is set for release on April 22nd.
“Killer” is the first single off of King Reign’s upcoming album, Sincere. The video was directed by King Reign and Paulo Rubio.
King Reign is a Toronto based hiphop artist who examines the potential consequences of Mayor Rob Ford’s actions. This song expresses frustration at biased perceptions, racial stereotypes, political deception and misunderstandings based on generalizations and assumptions.
After releasing a new track every Friday for 9 weeks straight, JD Era released the follow-up to 2012′s No Handouts, Barz Volume One. Barz, which was mixed by DJ TLO and plays as one track, features appearances from Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, RZA, Tony Touch, Scott King and more.
02. Rice in Chinatown (Prod. Fastlife Productions)
05. More Wins
06. 1 Train
07. That Ain’t My Style (Prod. RoadsArt)
08. Who Do You Love ft. Scott King
09. März Barz
11. Unorthodox ft. Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, RZA & Tony Touch
12. Break From Toronto (SAUGA mix)
13. Man Of The Year
14. Waste My Time
15. Love and Pain ft. Jmsn & Kaytranada
16. Candy aka Sweeet ft. Cameo
17. Wu-Tang Forever Tribute