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Run The Jewels Share New Video for “JU$T (ft. Pharrell Williams & Zack de la Rocha)”

By: Staff – Run The Jewels, the lauded duo of El-P and Killer Mike, have shared a new lyric video for “JU$T (feat. Pharrell Williams & Zack de la Rocha)” from their critically adored new release RTJ4. The album standout includes features from Pharrell Williams and Zack de la Rocha and has been paired with … Continue reading

Beck Announces New Album “Hyperspace”, Shares New Single “Uneventful Days”

By: Staff – Electric life will be in all our brains November 22, when Beck releases his 14th album Hyperspace. Hyperspace’s new dimensions in sound are the result of Beck’s most collaborative efforts to date. Seven of the album’s 11 tracks—including single “Uneventful Days”, which can be streamed below, and “Saw Lightning”—feature co-writing and co-production … Continue reading

Photos: TIFF 2016 – Pharrell @ Festival Street

Photos by: Katrina Lat – Grammy Award-winning hip-hop/R&B artist Pharrell Williams performed on Festival Street tonight (Sept 10) in Toronto during the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) following a Q&A with Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Pharrell Williams, and the filmmakers, and an exclusive first look at Theodore Melfi’s new feature film Hidden Figures, which … Continue reading

Album Review: Frank Ocean – “Blonde”

By: Ben Wagg –     What is Blonde? With a zine, a last minute name change, and one visual album later, the importance of the music can start to feel obscured. After four years of hype, Frank Ocean can be regarded as a mythic figure regardless of what the album actually is. He won’t have to … Continue reading

Interview: Kardinal Offishall talks “Kardi Gras”, Canadian Music, and Multiculturalism

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – Platinum selling artist Kardinal Offishall loves music. He doesn’t do it for the girls, money, and fame. He creates because music drives him, and with his new album, Kardi Gras Vol. 1: The Clash, it captures a fun and uplifting spirit, while also speaking truth on pressing issues like race. “Music is the passion for everything and … Continue reading