TÖME discusses her sophomore album BT4W (Bigger Than Four Walls), reflects on her experience working with Sean Kingston, and opens up about her efforts to help the #EndSARS movement.
Mastermind talks with writer Keysha Watson about his love of hip-hop, more than three decades in the business and what’s next after leaving FLOW 93.5 FM.
Cazhhmere sits down to discuss her more than 17-year journey, lessons learned, and why she’s pivoting away from her first love of directing music videos.
Tory Lanez, Alessia Cara, Haviah Mighty, Director X and PartyNextDoor all have Peel roots. This festival aims to spotlight rising talent from the area who say sometimes they lack opportunity and support.
The breakout Toronto artist candidly discusses his smash hit “Won’t Get Lonely”, Drake comparisons and his desire to deviate from the “Toronto sound”.
From ice cream trucks and lollipops to DJ Agile dressed up as Friday’s Big Worm, the video encapsulates the best aspects of summer into a hip-swaying homegrown chune.
The Sorority’s “Switch” is a song made especially for those that think of themselves as ‘ride or die’ and hold down their friends and family through thick and thin.
Rapper Haviah Mighty, weeks before winning the 2019 Polaris Music Prize, sits down to talk race and gender inequalities, Toronto’s crabs in a bucket mentality and creating music with a message.
Known to many by his initials, JV died suddenly earlier this year after a violent asthma attack at age 26. His close friends, family and the arts community came together to celebrate his legacy.