By: SophieMon, 06/04/2018
Artists to Watch | June 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, and what it can do on emotional and social levels. Here are some of our favorites so far. They are the future.

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By: BrianWed, 05/30/2018
Daytona | Pusha T

We all said it: ''7. That’s it?!'' How will everything we have been waiting for since 2015, be discussed and addressed in only seven tracks? Yet, here we are, 2018 and Pusha T has dropped DAYTONA, and the fans have been rewarded with quality over quantity. Originally one half of the duo The Clipse with Malice (now known as No Malice), Pusha T is not shy about his past life as a drug pusher. As hip-hop has stepped away from the pusher scene and into the user scene, is Pusha’s message still relevant?

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By: NoémiMon, 04/16/2018
Cardi B | Invasion of Privacy

FACTS

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By: CharlesThu, 04/05/2018
Dead Obies | Stingray PausePlay

Rencontre avec les rappeurs de l’heure, c’est-à-dire Dead Obies. C’est avec des fous rires et sous forme de jeu que nous découvrons qui est le plus baveux, le plus drôle, le plus torturé ou même le plus « Diva »! On découvre les artistes qu’ils respectent, on en apprend sur leur dynamique de groupe et ils nous révèlent leurs habitudes avant de monter sur scène. Bref, un bel entretien « Straight up »!

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By: NoémiTue, 04/03/2018
Dead Obies | Chaîne Vedette

Jonché par leurs textes, qui prennent la forme de fresques entrecroisées, le sextuor montréalais Dead Obies secoue curieusement la scène hip-hop québécoise. Voici leurs chansons éclatées et diversifiées, ainsi que leurs incontournables. La chaîne vedette Dead Obies est offerte du 3 avril au 30 avril, 2018.

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By: MathieuFri, 03/16/2018
Top 10 | Spring Break Heat Wave

Even if spending a week tanning on a white sand beach or chilling poolside is nothing but a dream, these party-ready, bikini-clad music videos will inject you with a much-needed dose of Vitamin D.

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By: BrianThu, 03/01/2018
Black Panther: The Album curated by Kendrick Lamar

Black Panther will herald the next wave of Afro-Futurism, we don’t have to guess or wonder about that. The same way Star Trek inspired the phone you’re probably reading this on, is the same way a technologically advanced African society will influence generations of kids to create and produce with a hint of the African diaspora mixed in (I expect Kimoyo Beads to be a thing within the next 20 years).

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By: SophieThu, 02/01/2018
Artists to Watch | February 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, and what it can do on emotional and social levels. Here are some of our favorites so far. They are the future.

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By: BrianTue, 01/30/2018
Weather or Not by Evidence

Instagram: @Evidence Twitter: @Evidence Facebook: /misterevidence

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By: NoémiThu, 01/25/2018
Top 10 | #Grammys 🏆

With us, it’s not about Who Wore It Best, but Who Sung It Best. These are artists who found success in exploring uncharted terrains. These are artists who are eager to stretch the parameters of their aesthetic. These artists who delivered stern and serious tracks + albums, while remaining conceptually focused. Now, that’s real music.

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