Posts Tagged ‘hip-hop’

Ria Mae

Ria Mae

Ria Mae is from the little-big city of Halifax, Nova Scotia and has had no problem packing multiple venues – be it dive bars or concert halls – since her hit single, Clothes Off, hit the airwaves last year. Mae moved to Montreal in the winter in hopes of being inspired and courted by the […]

Bizzythowed: The Next Volume

Bizzythowed

Urban rocker Bizzythowed has worked with artists throughout his career, like Nicki Minaj, Fabolous and with The Weeknd on his Grammy award-winning album “Beauty Behind the Madness.” Now the Texan is taking the mic and guitar on his blend of hip-hop and hard rock on his new EP “Blank Check, Vol. 1.”

Bizzythowed – Blank Check, Vol. 1

Bizzythowed

When most people think of rock stars, they probably don’t think of those who have worked with  Nicki Minaj or The Weeknd, but guitarist/singer/songwriter, who’s worked with both, is here with a solo EP that blends hip-hop lyrics and guitar solos for something unlike anything you’ve heard before.

Official Burnt Toast – Money as Debt and Hi Time

Official Burnt Toast

Rap is already considered to be poetry set to music, but Londoners Official Burnt Toast take that idea to a simpler form with their spoken word songs. 

Oogee Wawa

Oogee Wawa

Everyone loves a good party. The room is filled with friends talking and laughing. Tabletops are covered with every food imaginable. Maybe a few fireworks are shot off. If the host is prepared and people come, it’s likely to be a blast. However, to hold a successful party, you need loud, invigorating music that will […]

The Dread

TheDread

The best soundtracks ever made are from the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games. The skating culture has blended rap, rock, hip-hop and reggae to give kids something to skate to and the music itself is breeding a culture. The Dread is a group out of the East Coast hip-hop and rock genre heavily geared toward […]