Toronto hip hop artist and producer Myer Clarity debuted his gritty, impressive new video for “All The Way Down” feat. Andrew Cameron this month, and it’s essential viewing for modern hip hop fans.
You need to check out this alluring, exotic pop single. Mayssa Karaa’s “Versailles” is a lush, opulent track that’s full of heart and soul, and layered with rich Middle Eastern sound, all mixed around Karaa’s stunning vocals.
Orillia’s alt indie rockers Reay have worked long and hard on their upcoming album Butterfly Tongue Revisited. Lead singer Sean Murray, a veteran Ontario musician, has made it a labour of love, and their classic yet refreshing “Lemondrop Girl” is the latest single ahead of the release.
Award-winning producer, songwriter, and author Keith “Keef” Whiting has an ambitious project on his hands with the new all-star 37-member mega-ensemble, imaJJine. Blending contemporary jazz, gospel, and R&B for the creative project, the group will launch their debut album, Love Songs & Lullabies, this fall.
Dive into Daniella Mason’s mind, and psyche, with the video for her new single “Deepest of Wells”, a dreamy, fluid, and striking collaboration that blends transcendent visuals with the artist’s gorgeous vocals.
Katherine Penfold’s “Far Away” is pure, soulful jazz; sweet and filled with yearning at every note. Her vocals are rich, vibrant, and moving, and the whole song is frankly perfect from the mood to the lyrics.
Heather Bambrick’s new single “Walk Between The Raindrops” is a joyful cover of Donald Fagen’s classic song. The track is also part of Bambrick’s inspired new album that explores new territory for the artist.
Rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer Marcus Haran dropped his new single and video this week for “HBSL (Hot Boy from Sri Lanka)” and it’s a slick personal track that’s setting a new tone for the artist.
“It all started with a broken heart,” Canadian singer and songwriter Bree Whitworth said of her latest single, “Don’t Let Me Go”. “But isn’t that how every great love song begins?”
Montreal’s Troy Fernandes’ celebrates his Trinidadian and Portuguese roots with his new single, “Darling,” blending influences that range from Calypso, Soca, Chutney and pop.