By: ArianeWed, 11/21/2018
Mackenta | Artist Mentorship Day | Stingray Rising Stars

As part of our partnership with Women in Music Canada, we had the pleasure of welcoming a talented young artist from Toronto, Mackenta, for a full day of mentorship and knowledge sharing.

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By: BrianFri, 09/28/2018
East Atlanta Love Letter by 6lack

6lack took 14 tracks and managed to express the complexity of love in a way that everyone and anyone could appreciate.

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By: ArianeFri, 09/21/2018
The Backstays | Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival 2018 | Stingray Rising Stars

Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival takes place each year in Fredericton's beautiful and historic downtown. This year Stingray Music was honoured to sponsor again the Stingray Rising Stars competition.

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By: ArianeWed, 09/19/2018
2018 Polaris Music Prize Gala | Stingray Rising Stars

Stingray Music attended the 2018 Polaris Music Prize Gala at The Carlu on September 17, 2018. A select panel of music critics judged and awarded the Prize without regard to musical genre or commercial popularity.

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By: ArianeWed, 09/12/2018
The Sorority | Women in Music Canada | Stingray Rising Stars

We visited beautiful Toronto to attend the Women in Music Canada Stingray Rising Stars showcase at The Rivoli on September 11, 2018.

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By: CharlesMon, 09/10/2018
Loud | Stingray PausePlay

Le rappeur de l’heure, Loud, un poids lourd du mouvement hip-hop québécois est venu nous rendre une sympathique visite à nos bureaux du Vieux-Port de Montréal. Généreux et décontracté, il s’est entretenu avec nous le temps de quelques questions.

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By: BrianWed, 08/29/2018
Milky Way by Bas

On Bas' latest album Milky Way, each track stands on its own. The rapper's album is strong enough to be consumed in any order.

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By: RebeccaTue, 08/28/2018
Taboo | Interview

Our exclusive interview with Taboo - rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, DJ, and member of The Black Eyed Peas - before he headed to The Podium Lounge festival in Singapore.

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By: BrianMon, 08/06/2018
Ask About Me by Jay Park

Your music taste matures in your teen years, which is why it can be difficult for a “Golden Era” kid like me to get trap, drill rap or the idea of a K-pop star turned rap monster.

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By: SophieWed, 07/11/2018
Artists to Watch | July 2018

From viral sensations to mysterious up-and-comers, 2018 has already produced an incredible crop of new artists that remind us why we listen to new music at all. Here are some of our favorites so far.

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