Posts Filed Under: hip-hop
Local rap scene stalwarts Adam Bomb, Rich Kidd, and Tona team up and get dark on their new mixtape.
Rich Kidd doesn't disappoint on his latest summer mixtape.
PARTYNEXTDOOR gets compared to The Weeknd, but a debut mixtape proves that he's no carbon copy.
Three Toronto-based acts are up for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize.
The rapper also known as D-Sisive brings a renewed focus on wordplay to his newest release.
In a special series of posts, we ask people to explain what Pride means to them.
The Godfather of Canadian hip hop is back with his first full-length album in over a decade.
Tre Mission tackles new sounds and new subject matter on his new free album. Just don't call it a mixtape.
This year's Luminato music line-up features everything from "audio drag" to Chinese reggae.
No Big Boi? No problem. There's still a ton of must-see hip-hop acts at this year's edition of NXNE.
Weird lyrical digressions, big choruses, and spacey beats make it hard to hate on the new mixtape from Thunder Bay transplant Coleman Hell.
Rich Kidd may still be best known as a producer, but his first full-length as an MC proves he's also an engaging rap storyteller.
The new effort from The Antiheroes has complex hip-hop verses and oddly punk-rock cover art.
Our roundup of the best—and in one case, the absolute worst—of CMW so far.
Thursday night will feature African-influenced Francophone pop, a food-obsessed rapper, and Korean punks. What more do you need?
Yesterday was kind of a soft launch. Tonight, Canadian Music Week starts for real.
The Scarborough-based duo returns with sharper rapping, but the same great hooks and production.