Posts Filed Under: R&B
Toronto's R&B star-in-waiting delivers a raw, vulnerable magnum opus.
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.
In a special series of posts, we ask people to explain what Pride means to them.
As a Juno host, Bublé was better than Shatner, but then that's not saying much.
The Scarborough-based duo returns with sharper rapping, but the same great hooks and production.
Local R&B songstress makes hip-hop hits her own.
A roundup of this year's best local releases.
Nominated for: making commercial radio worth listening to again.
Local singer helps R&B get weird.
The annual urban arts festival scales down so organizers can focus on year-round projects.
R&B singer incorporates more club-friendly sounds.
Toronto's gay urban music godfather talks about his two decades behind the decks.
It didn't matter if you came out looking for punk, pop, hip-hop or celebrity children, the first night of NXNE had something for everyone.
Sixties-influenced singer makes "the consummate break-up album," and it hurts so good.
Torontonian rising stars have created a fun, genre-bending album that has the potential to take them far.
The local hip-hop producer's classic rock–inspired side project has become an online hit after receiving a Twitter boost from his buddy Drake.
On The Weeknd's latest release, the "Glass Table Girls" start to fall apart but still aren't ready to call it a night.