Toronto producer The Pretty African brings in a rapper named Prince ASARE for a new track titled 'Coco'. This track likely won't be climbing the charts anytime soon, is a little rough, but I'm messing with it still, the hook and beat are pretty nice.
Yung Tory pours his (drunke) heart out on a new song titled 'Drink Alone', one of his best in recent memory. The track released through a video on World Star.
Shapiro caps off the year by dropping a hot new track titled 'Marty' produced by ClutchBoy. Per usual, he delivers hard bars through equally tough delivery that have me wondering why he isn't been championed by the 'real rap' fans of Toronto that I hear
This is the stuff I want to see: dance videos, covers, remixes, fan videos, memes for Toronto Hip Hop fanfare, and its starting to pop up more and more. Cluth, the producer of Pressa's 'Watchu Thought' has released a drum cover of the song and its
Rizzla unleashes absolutely scorching new track titled 'December Demons' which splits down the middle into another heater called 'Hermes'. If you like distorted bass and repetition, this song does it well and with enough style to not sound like other music following the same formula.
Following their first collab track titled 'Pink Lemonade', TRIPXX and DRIPXXX return with an even hotter one titled 'Donuts' produced by Modmaxx. This is gonna stay on repeat for a while, so definitely give it a listen.
I clearly need to brush up on my Kysean listening because I've never heard him go as melodic as he does on his track titled 'Ride' which just dropped shortly before the visuals. The song is produced by Urban Sound and the video was Dave
Its an all Toronto typa thing on producer HOTO's new collab track titled 'God Mode' with rapper Luu Breeze. On this song we get an energetic Luu that sounds more energized than he has on his past few releases, super solid stuff.
Waterloo rapper B.O.S comes with the hot bars on his new song titled 'In Here' which dropped alongside a music video shot by age-T. The song was produced by 97GOTTHIS. I'm mostly a fan of this release because his rapping in the first verse, not because of
The city's veteran producer trio Keys N Krates drops a monstrous new single titled 'Flute Loop' which features fellow Toronto producer Ouici. It feels weird calling a woodwind instrument viral, but 2017 saw some of the year's biggest tracks incorporate flute sample of some sorts,