Canadian fans get ready!! — Pressa has just announced “The Goose Fur” Canadian Tour, his first official tour. The Toronto native will be hitting seven Canadian cities starting at the end of the month of November, kicking off in Hamilton and ending on the west coast in Calgary. Pressa, back in 2017, headlined his first successful show in Vancouver, powered by his own Independent Label “Blue Feathers Records”. Advancing in his career, Pressa continued to become more significant to the Canadian rap scene. His success and individuality caught the eye of many reputable hip-hop artists, which ultimately led to his special guest appearances: such as when Lil Uzi Vert brought him out to perform, along with his most recent appearance with JuiceWRLD999 in Toronto. After achieving overwhelming success with his single Canada Goose – hitting over 7 million streams on Spotify and 14 million views on Youtube – Pressa decided its time to give his fans what they want… A CANADA TOUR!! Check out the tour poster below with all the dates and venues. Tickets are now on sale in various cities, so be sure to stay tuned to Pressa’s website www.TheGooseFurTour.com or his Twitter & Instagram for all the latest news.
Today marks the release of the solo debut single/video “Holy Ghost” from 20-year-old producer and rap whiz kid KTOE. The burgeoning beatsmith and rhyme spitter first got introduced to the hip hop world by Juno Award-winning Toronto rap phenom Jazz Cartier, who directly credits KTOE for “his influence on me” during his recent album recording process in XXL Magazine. KTOE was the only feature artist on Jazz’s Fleurever debut album, and produced three of the tracks, including providing the hook and music for the best performing single on the album “Right Now” (the single is currently at #46 on US Urban radio charts, Jazz’s highest charting single to date). KTOE’s debut single “Holy Ghost” carries with it all of the hallmarks of a KTOE record; heavy bass, hard punctuated beats and catchy flows, that has had music industry insiders scoping his every move.
Currently signed to Prescription Songs Publishing (Dr. Luke), KTOE has been spending most of his time in the studio producing music for artists like Big Sean, Roy Woods, Bhad Bhabie, TY Senoj, TripSixx, Wondagurl and Ram Riddlz, while getting set to release music from his forthcoming full length.
Seems like the off-and-on mystery man that Light Switch singer Staasia Daniels keeps singing about has finally gotten his cosas together. On this sweet, sweet lullaby, she wants him Everywhere
she goes, and where she’s going is a dreamy place of caressing love and
affection. If you’re not in love already, this is going to make you
want to jump-start your recruitment for cuffing season after
defibrillating your tender heartstrings back to life. Press play if
you’re ready for auditory rose petals and share it with your boo(s). All
“I Think I Luv Her” is a melodic rapsong finding luv at first site at a club/strip club that sounds like an “A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie” party record with a nostalgic feeling and hard lyrics.
Following the release of a video V33 (Pronounced V*EE) Released in the beginning of 2018 entitled “Bad B*tch” (Now at 65k Views) Shot/Directed by Limited Vision who has also shot videos for Killy, V33 is back with another banger entitled “I Think I Luv Her” shot/directed by Genre Shoots most well known for his work with Pressa on “Canada Goose” Ft Tory Lanez.
V33 has been bridging the gap between the West Coast and the East Coast of Canada, and has a single with Pressa set to drop in the 2019!
Born in Toronto and having lived in New York, Lil Truth’s music is a blend of both cultures. His musical catalog ranges from Hip Hop and R&B to Pop music.Growing up a creatively passionate, team player he learned how to take the leadership role and turn his visions to reality. Being a well-rounded and multi-faceted musician, Lil Truth infuses his talents and life experiences in each track.Lil Truth not only raps but he also sings, produces, and engineers. He prides himself in having an energetic vibe, clear vocals and catchy tracks. By independently pushing his own music, Lil Truth has been able to up the momentum before any drop to assure he gains maximum exposure.In the future he hopes to have songs reach the Billboard Top 100, while making a positive impact on society through music and plans to do so by empathizing with fans.Find more from Lil Truth streaming on Soundcloud, Spotify & Instagram!
Multi-talented Montreal artist Gxlden Child releases his self-recorded, produced and engineered single “My Slime”.
“It’s basically an homage to all the “ride or die” women that are supporting their significant other.” says Gxlden Child. Holding an emotional airey vibe but lyrically delivering a positive message, the song is about taking the time to work on yourself in order to become better.
“Slime” is a term we use meaning how you would call your best friend, a person that you trust, that understands you and that isn’t trying to mold you into something that you aren’t deep down.
“My Slime” is now available on all streaming services. Be on the look out for new music and videos coming soon!
Last year newcomer Gustavo Guaapo entered the Toronto scene with his single “Cardio.” He quickly followed it up with the Casper TNG assisted track “Familiar” which has been 83.8k stream to date. Now he’s back with his new banger “Expensive.” The Andretti produced track finds Gustavo giving a glimpse of his lifestyle and story. The song is also a way code that Gustavo Guaapo lives by and that’s to always strive to achieve the finer things in life. Quote: “Expensive should motivate you to get in your bag and focus on what’s really important. I made this track so people know that if you work hard and stay loyal you could always figure out ways to overcome obstacles.” – Gustavao Guaapo Check out the song below and look out for more music from the rising Toronto star.
Following coverage and co-signs from the likes of Complex, Rob Markman, VIBE
and more, Toronto based vocalist JNYR delivers the video for his single
“Great Sensation.” With imagery centered around Toronto’s 2018
Caribana, JNYR’s playful “Great Sensation” is the perfect soundtrack for
good times and parties, no matter if it’s a hot Summer day or a
bitterly cold evening warmed up by great drinks and good vibes.
When it comes to music, Roney is one of the most consistent rappers in Toronto. He recently drops 3 new tracks with “Cappin Is Dead” as the lead single. His YouTube presence consists of several million views total and still climbing daily. His 2 bonus songs are “Hot Water Smoke” produced by Murda Beatz which is a remix to “Kept Back” by Gucci Mane and was recorded previously. His second song is “Levels” featuring Glo Gang affiliate “Smoke Camp Chino” from Detroit.
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Nate Husser, the buzz rapper who has been called “one of the artists I’m most excited about now” by The FADER ; who sounds like “if Vince Staples fronted Pavement” according to Noisey ; and who is praised for his “uniquely insightful raps with druggy surreal psych-rock” by Pigeons and Planes releases his much anticipated 6º EP alongside a new video for the song “Oldie” – watch the new video here
Husser first started his career in the heart of Montreal’s Little
Burgundy with his acclaimed hip-hop band The Posterz. He broke out as a
solo act with his 2017 debut Geto Rock for the Youth. The EP’s
vibey, feely and nostalgic mood is a stark contrast to his live
performances, which are injected with a certain genuine punk
attitude that differentiates him from the rest of his peers. In 2018,
Nate Husser unveils a three-part music project that tells a
semi-autobiographical story of an artist and the love-hate relationship
one has with his hometown. The EP 6º released today showcases
arguably his most melodic music release to date. On the EP’s tormented
but triumphant closer “Oldie”, Husser raps “Leaving my city just for the
better/ If I make it I might not come back ever.“ Whether he stays or
goes, Nate Husser is clearly making moves.