Smoke Dawg returns with a Murda Beatz and DJ Durel produced banger titled 'Pop A Perc'.
While out in the UK, Halal Gang/ Full Circle's own Puffy L'z and Smoke Dawg linked up with Charlie Sloth on BBC 1 to spit verses for the legendary Fire In The Booth series. Rarely do Canadian rappers get the chance to participate in this,
This song is actually like stupid fucking hard, like crash your whip when its playing type of deal, this the kind of track that needs a "potential neck break" warning, no exaggeration. While this shouldn't come as a surprise when you have half of full
Smoke Dawg currently performs in front of some of the biggest arena audiences nightly opening for Drake's Boy Meets World tour with Pressa and Puffy Lz, but he still has time to drop off a new video for his OVO Sound Radio 38 premiered record
UPDATE: Pressa, Puffy L'z, and Smoke Dawg will open up for the remainder of the Boy Meets World tour, with a little more than 10 shows left, this is a truly incredible look. I remember seeing Halal Gang perform "Still", for what I believe
Halal Gang's Smoke Dawg performed at his very own headlining concert out in London, England with Nafe Smallz, and they brought along of quite a few special guests. Full list of surprise performers: Chip, Puffy L'z, The Section Boyz, Sketpa, and none other than Drake.
After premiering it in full on OVO Sound Radio episode 35, Murda Beatz drops his star studded new mixtape "Keep God First". This project has a heavy Toronto presence with every track of course produced by Murda and has features from Jimmy Prime, Smoke Dawg,
Jay Whiss is one of Toronto's best up and coming rappers, but recently has rounded out his catalog with impressive goes at singing. "Time Flies", which features Full Circle friends Jimmy Prime and Smoke Dawg, see's Whiss take further departure from his vicious rhyming. Much
When A$AP Ferg touched down in Toronto on Sunday for this "Turnt & Burnt" tour, he brought out none other than Halal Gangs own Smoke Dawg to perform his street anthem "Trap House". Fergie is a certified real one for this, hopefully this means a
A Skepta verse needs no introduction, but it should be noted that the living Grime legend doesn't just hop on a verse with anyone, which makes it all the more incredible seeing BBK and Full Circle mob out together in video for new Smoke Dawg