[Audio] BriskInTheHouse – A.M. (prod. BriskInTheHouse)

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New track from BriskInTheHouse.

Baker’s Club member BriskInTheHouse has released a new track called “AM”. This is his first follow up to last month’s “Tickets To The Roxy” album. The track is written and produced entirely by BriskInTheHouse and will be featured on a forthcoming project expected to release in early summer.

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DOWNLOAD: BriskInTheHouse – “A.M.” (Soundcloud)

[Video] Famous – Next Year

Produced by Thrizzo.

Toronto-bred Juno/Much Music award-nominated rapper/actor FAMOUS presents the ILLvibe-edited music video for “Next Year”, the new single from FAMOUS’ new album Center Stage, out now with features from Julian Wheeler, David Delisca and Madilyn Bailey as well as Francesca & Lisa Michelle. The video is composed of repurposed clips of FAMOUS performing MC Hammer’s “You Can’t Touch This” at his 13th birthday party at LaLa Land in Montreal. “One of the cool things about the place was that you can choose what song you wanted to perform and then choose from a selection of costumes and instruments,” says FAMOUS. “Once chosen, you go on set and they record you. Then they do some post effects on the video and send you home with a copy.” The track is produced by fellow Toronto native Thrizzo, whose catalog was recently featured on Diplo’s radio show. “Thrizzo sent me the beat and the beat felt like a slap in the face. Like WAKE UP. Get back on that fly s**t! I chose to use that old footage seeing how it was the first video I ever recorded, this was the first single off my first album and it took me back to that time when I was just having fun doing what I loved!”

[Audio] Don Von Jovi – Coastin’ (prod. Fly Boi Eastwood)

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Off of Don Von Jovi’s upcoming Dreams Visions Journeys EP.

I wanted to create a record that needed little explanation about being on your “A” game. Nothing better than the feeling of having new money in your pocket or that fresh you get from being in a barber’s chair. “Coastin” is about sailing, floating through the day, and feeling good about yourself. We work hard to enjoy the best that life has to offer so we “Coast”.

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DOWNLOAD: Don Von Jovi – “Coastin” (Soundcloud)

[Audio] Beaugé – Above it All (ft. Elcee) (prod. Bonham)

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New single from Beaugé and Elcee.

Tell your story not his-story. Fear is accepting limits rather than accepting yourself. The rhythm of life is universal, therefore even the cat yelling money, cash, hoes is in the circle of beats, rhymes, life. Mad Kids/Trill Hippy presents Above it All feat Elcee (prod by Bonham).

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DOWNLOAD: Beaugé – “Above It All” (Soundcloud)

[Audio] Masia One – X Boyfriend (prod. White Stone Productions)

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Masia One drops her latest single with more of a reggae vibe.

“X Boyfriend” is the passionate story of a love gone sour. Singaporean-Canadian artist Masia One, recently crowned “Best Overall Female Artist” and “Social Media Champion” by VIMA Asia Music Awards, eloquently penned the song that got nominated in the “Best Pop Song” category of the same awards herself. “X Boyfriend” is the first single of the upcoming album “Lim And The Lion”, a MERDEKA Group project in collaboration with White Stone Productions. The album will include features with Dubtonic Kru. While Masia One is usually at home in hip hop, she shows that sheʼs just as much at ease with reggae here.

[Video] Tymepeace – Black Licorice

Directed by Jojo Karume.

With their maxi single “Hard Candy”, Tymepeace return like Brother Muzone to put a musical hit on your dental records with these two Jaw-breakers. The Infatuation-infused Black Licorice and the Clean-up crew street sweeper Step Aside.

Along with the release of their maxi single, Tymepeace deliver visuals for “Black Licorice”: Caught up in a momentous Thrill-Of-The-Chase odyssey is where we find our Tymepeace patriarch Jo Twice in Wile E. Coyote-like pursuit of one of Cool J’s around the way girls.