By: Staff – Toronto electronic trio, Keys N Krates are back with a new Bird Peterson-animated video for the Juicy J, Chip and Marble-featuring, “Original Classic”. Speaking about the new video, Keys N Krates share: “We knew that we wanted to bring out the fun aspect of this song and accentuate how everyone involved is a character … Continue reading
Photos by: Liam Keery – The second annual Mount Woozy took over Echo Beach in Toronto last night with performances by Toronto-based EDM duo DVBBS, who released their debut EP, Initio, in 2012 via Universal Music Canada, and three non-album singles this year, “Voodoo ft. Jay Hardway”, “White Clouds”, and “Raveheart”, Memphis-based Academy Award-winning and Grammy-nominated rapper … Continue reading
Photos by: Amy Ray – Memphis-based Academy Award-winning and Grammy-nominated rapper and founding member of Southern hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia, Juicy J, who will release his fourth solo album, Pure THC: The Hustle Continues, sometime this year, performed at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver last night.
Photos by: Rick Clifford – Academy Award-winning and Grammy-nominated rapper and founding member of Southern hip hop group Three 6 Mafia, Juicy J, who will released his fourth solo album, Pure THC: The Hustle Continues, sometime in 2015, performed at The Guvernment in Toronto last night.
Photos by: Amanda-Susan Carson (@xoAmandaCarson) – The fourth and final concert at Yonge-Dundas Square for NXNE 2014 held a distinct hip-hop flavour as headliner Juicy J, who is expected to release his fourth album, Pure THC: The Hustle Continues, sometime this year, along with hip-hop duo Run The Jewels, which features EL-P and Killer Mike, Ratking, New York-based … Continue reading
By: Rebecca M. Williams (@rebeccapeppers) – Music festival fanatics rejoice! Summer is finally here, and NXNE is just around the corner. The interactive, all-inclusive music, film, comedy and art festival will take place June 13-22, and festival-goers can soak up all of the music, comedy and art against a backdrop of the Toronto skyline. Festival lightweights … Continue reading