Khaos blesses the Internet tonight with new music tonight fresh off his recent performance in New York. Titled “Some More“, this was produced by Class One Music and Nicko Rebel Music. Here, Khaos reflects on his journey as a Recording Artist, recalls those who doubted him, made fun of his work, never wished him any good, and wishes they’d do it some more so that he can work even harder. Khaos has been pretty busy as he’s still bringing his “Deception EP” to more listeners, enjoying 7 figure views off his collaboration with Andrew Trabass, and judging by his recent freestyles with Lincoln 3Dot…a new Mixtape? Stay tuned for more from Khaos but for now, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Tifa may have a sweet personality, and is very friendly, but she has zero tolerance for certain things and she makes it known on “Don’t Try Me“! Produced by Fresh Ear Productions on the “Up Move Riddim“, Tifa makes the fellas know that when it comes to relationships she has some restrictions. If she’s disrespected, she’ll put you in check, and ensure that you’re replaced. Think twice before you diss Tifa, don’t try her enuh! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
“Wifey stand up and Matie walk out” is not the phrase you’d hear from Dancehall Artist Tifa. The one who was responsible for “Wife Me Up” a few years ago, has decided to look out for the Maties this time around with “Side Chick Upgrade“. Produced by Chimney Records on the Toll Road Riddim, Tifa plays the role of a Side chick who has ambitions of stepping up to the plate as “Wife” and does her part in ensuring that she is moved up very soon. Out from the dark into the light is the Matie’s mission, but for now she’ll play her role. Tifa has been busy this 2016 as she has dropped single after single, and kept her name buzzing from Blogs to Magazines to Music lists. One time fi di Matie dem! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Jamaican Producer Kris Karz has been keeping himself busy lately. With the launch of his Kngly Studios Brand and Website, he’s churning out dope Productions for various Artists. Recently he teamed up with Singer Trust to cover Producer/Musician/Singer Thundercat’s 2015 single, “Them Changes“. With Kris handling the Piano duties, Trust delivers the lyrics in a beautiful Acoustic set that I guarantee will bring a brighter mood with every listen. While the Funk influenced original is a dope listen, this Acoustic cover with a little Rap is just fitting on this Sunday afternoon. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Representing Jamaica and Canada, Rapper/Producer Chillaa has been a part of the Hip Hop/Dancehall scene in Toronto for quite a while. While he has added his Production to many singles, he now unleashes a Mixtape for your listening pleasure. Featuring Dancehall Artists Rizzla and Nemesis, this 10 track project showcases the sounds and influence from both locations. Art by Peter Lux. Check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Over the weekend, the “Unruly Boss” Popcaan made a guest appearance on Drake’s “OVO Sound Radio“. The nearly 3 hour long Programme also featured two sets from host Oliver El-Khatib as he mixed new music from popular and emerging Artists in Hip Hop. Popcaan’s Dancehall set however featured some of his old and new singles including “Ova Dweet“, “Unruly Prayer“, “World Cup“, “Fall In Love“, “Wicked Man Ting“, his collaborations including Aluna George’s “I’m In Control“, “Bad A Road” featuring Kiprich and Jah Son, the remix to Drake’s “Controlla“, Dosa Medicine’s “Badman“, and of course the now infamous “One Dance” Dubplate used at the recently held Red Bull Culture Clash. Listeners who were not fully familiar with Popcaan were treated to a crash course of sorts while fans raved as they heard their favourite Artist’s songs on the very popular show. While he celebrated another year on earth yesterday, what will the new year reveal for Poppy? Check out the guest mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.