Here's another cryptic but strangely soothing record from Montreal's Ana Log. On "Brain & Blood Centre," the rapper/producer builds a light, dancey instrumental, over which he connects on a series of deadpan, thought-provoking raps.
The Posterz is one of our favorite rap acts out of Montreal right now. The group recently released their Junga EP, a strong collection of songs that challenge current rap trends, introducing a sound that is equal parts gritty and psychedelic.
Today we're introducing you to Young Troy, part of a Montreal duo called Frap Boyz alongside B.Cliff. The duo dropped off a mixtape called FRAPCITY seven months ago, which received a few looks on the blogosphere.
A couple of weeks after dropping "Bad News," Ana Log is back with "Heavy Hearts." It's the second self-produced record from the Montreal artist since he and producer snkr thief teamed up as dead language and released their HOARD mixtape.
We introduced you to Ana Log with last month's HOARD mixtape, put out by Ana Log and producer snkr thief as the duo dead language. The Montreal rapper is now back with a new self-produced track, "Bad News."
Montreal's SRH has come through with another song produced by frequent collaborator Alex Lustig. His latest, "Your Problem," is a poppy club record with a catchy hook and a couple of high-octane verses.
CJ Flemings is 19-year-old rapper from Montreal, Canada, and with the release of his new EP, Next One To Enjoy, his the second rapper from the city to put out an impressive project this week (the other being Wasiu with MTLiens).CJ works with producers like Dav
Wasiu is a young rapper from Montreal who's really been impressing us with his recent tracks. There was the dancey, Kaytranada-produced "Physical," the powerful "Stereotype," and now he's given us something that sits squarely between those two.
Since introducing the site to Wasiu in February, by way of his Kaytranada collaboration "Physical," we've been keeping close tabs on the Montreal rapper. He's since dropped off a few more leaks, ranging from political to social-minded.
We introduced y'all to Montreal's Wasiu by way of his Kaytranada collab "Physical" a few weeks ago, and he promptly followed that one with the politically-minded "Stereo Type." Today, he shares another that tackles the tough issues.
PARTYNEXTDOOR kicked off his "PND Live" tour with a bang tonight in Montreal, Canada, bringing out his OVO Sound label boss Drake for a live performance of "Recognize," the duo's acclaimed collaboration from PARTYNEXTDOOR 2.
As an electronic producer, Kaytranada's music has always been a little indebted to hip-hop and R&B, despite its faster tempos and occasional use of EDM signifiers. He's even produced for rappers such as GoldLink, Vic Mensa and (most surprisingly) Mobb Deep.
Allow us to introduce The Celestics, an emerging hip-hop duo out of Montréal, Québec consisting of brothers Kevin (producer/DJ Kaytranada) and Louis-Philippe (emcee Louie P) Celestin. Get to know them better by watching the interview we've embedded below.
In this new interview with Montreality, Danny Brown opens up about the type of student he was at school, jobs he had as a teenager growing up, his first big paycheck, whether or not he enjoys reading books, what he thinks he were in a previous lifetime, his fa