Premiered over at OKP, Toronto’s own supergroup Naturally Born Strangers have released the full (incredible) video for “No One Knows My Struggle”. Shot in the Nine Mile community in Jamaica by Che Khotari and James McGurk, Tona, Adam Bomb (Freedom Writers) and rapper-producer Rich Kidd joined forces to unleash a visual that not only offers an introspective look at life, but also how beautiful the little things are. The single comes off their collaborative project Naturally Born Strangers, which is out now. There’s some incredible shots in this video – directors, take note.
STL GLD, made up of Moe Pope & The Arcitype, have delivered their newest single before heading on tour in August. The Boston duo teamed up with Reks, as well as Duck Down’s Ruste Juxx to create hypnotically aggressive lyrics over a bass-heavy instrumental carved out by The Arcitype. “Zombies” will appear on their forthcoming project My Monday Morning Music, which is not only a sample free project, but will feature a slew of indie artists. (Shoutouts to Dutch ReBelle who’ll appear n the project, ps!)
Toronto’s King Reign has been around the block once or twice, but for the first time in his musical career, he’s released his solo LP titled, Sincere. The album follows up his three previous solo EPs and offers a rare look into King Reign’s mind; an account of honesty, lyrical talent and production courtesy of himeself, as well as the likes of Rich Kidd, Gameboy and Pro Logic. Be sure to stream this joint after the jump – no, really.
After stirring up much controversy earlier in the year for the production on Rick Ross’ ‘Devil Is A Lie’ single K.E. On The Track returns with his focus solely on his music, two new singles is what we are given, one featuring Rich The Kid and the other featuring appearances from Kevin Gates & Young Mazi.
The Spinners’ classic ‘Could It Be I’m Falling In Love’ track is played at least once everyday on the radio station I have on at work so to hear the Chef take this as his latest throwback Thursday release is pretty surreal.
It’s the summertime and good music just keeps on flowing, sometimes new music is not always the case as artists dig back in their catalogue and revive something from their past. Chase N. Cashe does exactly that with some visuals for ‘Hacefrio’ which appeared on his 2012 mixtape Heir Waves.