Raz Fresco teams up with Raekwon for his latest single, “Influenza.” The self produed track is off Raz Fresco’s upcoming album, ‘Pablo Frescobar,’ out June 2nd on Black Light / Duck Down Music.
“Sharkansas,” the new mixtape from Little Rock rapper Lo Thraxx has been one of Thraxx’s most anticipated releases as of yet the. $harkansa$ (the 8th body of work from the Arkansas MC) is a project that represents Thraxx’s feelings towards this game and how its similar to swimming in water with Sharks. Everybody is trying to eat but only few make it to the top of the water. As Lo Thraxx works to become one of those few he connects with Two9’s Curtis Williams, Raz Fresco, Houston artists Doeman and Roosh Williams, The 6th Letter, & Matik Estrada. Production on the tape is provided by Raz Fresco, Trakksounds, Tha Audio Unit, Gyft, & Fresco Grey, Gunz, & Jerome Cobain. Check it out above and watch the videos for “City Slickin | Corner” & “Bodies” off Sharkansas below.
BKR$CLB’s BriskInTheHouse is back with the super laid back first single off his new mixtape, Rasul El: In The Mist For The Most.On “July,” Brisks vocals glide effortlessly over the German producer Wun Two’s jazzy instrumental.
Directed by MWorks, the visual was filmed at Toronto visual artist Malcolm Yarde’s Kensington Market studio. “The video depicts a day in the life with friends and loved ones,” says BriskInTheHouse. “It’s a view of how we be hanging out, and building on ideas.”
Check out the video above, and stay tuned for Rasul El: In The Mist For The Most, dropping on April 7th.
Full BriskInTheHouse Interview w/ Complex Magazine Here
Lo Thraxx is preparing to bless the streets with his latest body of work $harkansas. Today he releases this double video “City Slickin / The Corner”. Production is handled by BKR$CLB’s own Raz Fresco and the video was directed by Deon White. Stay tuned for more info on Thraxx’s upcoming release.
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Toronto-based jazz trio BadBadNotGood, who released a new collaborative album with Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah called Sour Soul(out Feb. 24th via eOne Music Canada), which follows their third album III (May 6th, 2014) via Innovative Leisure/Pirates Blend, which was a longlisted nominee for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize, performed at The Great Hall in Toronto last night with Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah, who is expected to release his eighth album, Twelve Reasons to Die II, in March, and Toronto-based rapper Raz Fresco.