The classic Hans Christian Andersen short story The Emperor’s New Clothes comes to mind when describing the hype surrounding the release of Drake’s new album, Views. The tale of two … Read More
There are two things that come to mind when planning for Canadian Music Week (CMW): prioritization and time management.
While your average run-of-the-mill annual festival has a lifespan of two … Read More
Film director Benjamin Patterson doesn’t hold back his observation, even when the man in question happens to be occupying the same space.
“I thought Pras was very interesting, because I … Read More
As she walks towards the stage to perform songs off her recently released EP, Reverse Psychology, people in the crowd are overheard talking about her extraordinary talent and how excited … Read More
There’s no doubt hip-hop has widely influenced the popular music scene today. More so, it has become a globally accessible culture with its own language, style of dress, music and … Read More
From humble beginnings growing up in a single parent household in Oakland, California, to selling out concerts across North America in recent years, G-Eazy’s relatively quick rise to hip-hop prominence … Read More
When Stalley set out to record his latest mixtape, Saving Yusuf, it was time to return to the basics – sitting alone in a room, with just his mind, computer … Read More
“It’s not as bad as you think.”
This is a message often heard in Canada, janaya khan, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, tells a large crowd of people gathered … Read More
For “Underground” actor Alano Miller, the words “slave drama” nearly put him off from the project completely.
“You know, when it was first pitched to me, I kinda was like … Read More
If you take a closer look when you walk into Buda Café in Toronto, you’ll see interesting wallpaper lining the interior. Sheets and sheets of napkins are thumbtacked to the … Read More