The breakout Toronto artist candidly discusses his smash hit “Won’t Get Lonely”, Drake comparisons and his desire to deviate from the “Toronto sound”.
In recent years, Mahalia has become one of the forerunners of the UK’s R&B and soul resurgence. Her latest project Love and Compromise is a testament to this.
As a teen, Sadé Powell set a lofty bucket list goal to run a marathon. This year, at age 26, she accomplished the feat with help from a Nike Toronto training program. Here, she shares her journey to the finish line.
Keysha Freshh has checked boxes towards greatness and after so long in the game it’s almost frightening to think of what she’ll accomplish next.
It’s no surprise Buddy’s now making waves in the industry having grown up around hip-hop greatness. Here, he reflects on his acting roots, lessons from Pharrell and dreams of working with Beyoncé.
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.
Elle Varner’s sophomore project Ellevation is a celebration of her growth. She sits down to talk elevating today’s R&B, starting her own record label and choosing happiness.
The chart-topping New Orleans producer sits down with Urbanology Magazine to talk breaking into today’s music industry, the rise of the Insta-celebrity and why Cash Money Records was both a gift and a curse for hip-hop.
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.