Dua Lipa & Miguel - "Lost In Your Light"

Late last week Dua Lipa released a new single with a very special guest.  She and Miguel appeared on Instagram together and revealed "Lost In Your Light", the first single from Dua Lipa's album of the same title.  Dua Lipa has an incredible voice, and is definitely one of the ultimate young artists to watch.  You can preorder Lost In Your Light here


Big Boi ft. Killer Mike & Jeezy - "Kill Jill"

Big Boi enlists the help of two fellow Atlanta legends for his latest track.  "Kill Jill" features Killer Mike and Jeezy, an ominous beat, and it brings out a side of these rappers we've never heard before.  Get your hands on 'Kill Jill' here.


Evidence - Throw It All Away (Official Video)

 Evidence is from another planet.  It's the only was to explain how he could possibly be so brilliant when it comes to music.

"Throw It All Away", with The Alchemist on the beat is nothing short of exceptional, smart, fun rap music. Everyone, listen up!


Goapele Is On Tour!

We discovered Goapele's music more than ten years ago, around the release of her album Even Closer and her collaborations with MC's like Aceyalone and Hieroglyphics on the song "Make Your Move".  She followed Even Closer with Change It All and then more recently Break Of Dawn and Strong As Glass.  This spring she's on tour throughout the United States with a stop in Toronto on Monday at the Velvet Underground.  Take a listen to a few favourites below and see her live!

Tickets here.



VIDEO: Open Mike Eagle & Paul White - "Dang Is Invincible"

"Dang Is Invincible" from Hella Personal Film Festival by Open Mike Eagle and Paul White.  The video for this track is the work of Studio Doulzia.  It's a 2D animation studio focused on creating feature film animation reflective of groups unfairly censored or underrepresented in media; POC and LGBTQ people, while refining Doulzia’s house aesthetics.  Doulzia founder Alex Pierre directed the video outlines the vision for the project: 

“Conceptually the video parallels Mike's stream of consciousness and the narrative style of rap. The video follows Studio Doulzia's Noul (the protagonist of their film concept Skeletonblood) moving through train cars in a New York Subway Q Train. Noul anxiously looks for a train car where she can feel at ease, her journey speaks to finding assurance and humor in the subtle unfamiliarities that exist within the atmosphere of intimate settings like train cars, that otherwise could make a person feel vulnerable. The song felt really visceral, and we wanted to capture that as much as we can visually.”

The video really is a perfect match for one of our favourite tracks from this album.  Get Hella Personal Film Festival here.

from the album "Hella Personal Film Festival"