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King Cruff Gives Us More Vibes With The “Soufflé” Video


Canada based Artist King Cruff hasn’t been slowing down on his musical output, and he gets better and better. With a possible new project on the way, we know he has been piling up on the tracks, and is just teasing the world. For his latest single, he brings some good vibes along with a movie. Stop what you’re doing to check out, “Soufflé“.

With a track that has some retro sounds in the production, the video matches the vibe thanks to direction by Jake Arts for Lighter Juice Productions. We can’t help but bounce to “Soufflé”, and we need more tracks like this. King Cruff has never followed the crowd, and kept creating unique songs that made impressions everywhere they are played. For those who are older, remember those type of photoshoots that is seen in the video? Good times. King Cruff needs to announce a new project already.

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.@DJBlkLuos Gives “Changes” A Visual


Toronto’s heavy hitter DJ Blkluos is working hard to give the world new continue. Still keeping Heartbreak Quotey’s name alive, he has a lot more in the tank to deliver. One of his latest releases is the visual for his 2020 single, “Changes“.

The video finds DJ Blkluos getting into some bars as he makes various observations, and shares his thoughts over some dark Trap production provided by JXYMEFROMTHENINE. “Changes” was released as a part of a 3 pack in 2020 that included “I Thought About It“, and “Dead People“. For those who were followers of the late Heartbreak Quotey, you can check out his “2 Fly 2 Be Broke” Mixtape here. For more DJ Blkluos work, look here.

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.@JayHeartMusiq Makes Big Moves With Debut EP, “Timeline”!


Canada based Singer Jay Heart has been steadily climbing to become a prominent name in the new generation of Caribbean talent. With a few singles to his name, he felt it was time to make some big moves in his career. One of those is putting out his first project in the form of an EP called, “Timeline“.

Armed with 5 tracks, Jay Heart believes the release was a result of good timing. Having started on the EP in 2019, the vibes were just not right to make the project official, and he was having some personal challenges. Quarantining as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic prompted him to step up the work ethic, and after putting together nearly 30 songs, he settled on 5 for the EP. With love and relationships of all sorts being the main topics on the project, Jay Heart utilized familiar references for the songs, and delivered them in ways that will have the listener’s full attention over and over. With strong production from Noah Hamilton and Hunter Madden, “Timeline” didn’t go wrong with the sounds to accompany Jay’s carefully crafted lyrics. “Timeline” marks the start of more great things to come from the artist, and 2021 may find him being on the radar of some big names.

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.@CellularDada, @TarrusRileyJA & @SupaDups Celebrate The “Black Woman” On Special Remix


Canadian Vocalist Emanuel is an artist on the rise who has been making great strides this year. With vocals that touch many and possessing a steady following, it won’t be long till the world fully gets familiar with him. With a great debut single, “Need You“, and his “Alt Therapy SessionEP series taking flight before his 2021 debut album release, he is leaving marks in key places. Having made a huge impression with the single, “Black Woman” last month, he is joined by two Jamaican greats for the remix!

Produced by the legendary Supa Dups and featuring “Singy SingyTarrus Riley, Emanuel’s single gets a makeover filled with great Reggae production with an amazing pairing of vocals that will surely put a smile on the Black Queens worldwide. The original track featured production by the legendary Kardinal Offishall, John Fellner, and Ryan Bakalarczyk. Linking up with Tarrus according to Emanuel “felt like the stars were aligning“. “I know Tarrus Riley from going to the parties of my Jamaican friends where they play music that’s big and nostalgic for them. His song ‘She’s Royal’ is just huge, people are still bumping it in 2020! I think people really appreciate the legacy of that song and the link up is really big for what ‘Black Woman’ means and what I want the legacy of ‘Black Woman’ to be. To have him on it, it felt like the stars were aligning. I think the impact that this will have to the diaspora is amazing.” shared the Vocalist. “Black Woman (Remix)” is featured on his “Alt Therapy Session 2: Transformation” EP which now available!

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.@DJBlkLuos Triples The Output With The Release Of New Singles!


Canada based DJ/Producer/Artist Blkluos continues to keep the flame burning, and the legacy of Heartbreak Quotey alive. With an extensive catalogue filled with various productions, singles, and “Bootleg” mixes, he has been putting in the work to become one of the well known Creatives in not only Canada, but in other parts of the world. Recently, he shifted gears with the release of “Changes“, “I Thought About It“, and “Dead People“.

All produced by JXYMEFROMTHENINE, Blkluos makes observations on what’s going on in the music scene nowadays, talks about loss, working towards his goals and ambitions, and of course keeping Heartbreak Quotey’s name and works alive. Over a dark Trap productions, Blkluos holds his own, and lets listeners know that he’s not playing around. With more tracks on the way, don’t expect this movement to come to a screeching stop. Get familiar! #HBQForever!

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @MichieBadGalMee x L.A. Luv – Jamaican Funk (1990)


For today’s “Oldies Sunday“, we’re going give it you Hip Hop style. For those unfamiliar, Hip Hop’s roots traces back to Jamaica. While many have done tremendous things for the genre and its culture, we have to remember the pioneers. Jamaica has DJ Kool Herc, and also Michie Mee, a Canadian Hip Hop pioneer. Today, we feature Michie Mee’s single, “Jamaican Funk“.

Produced by King Of Chill and released through First Priority Music in 1990, “Jamaican Funk” was a collaboration between Michie Mee and DJ L.A. Luv, and was a single that helped to spawn the growth of the Canadian Hip Hop movement. It was also one of the first singles that blended Hip Hop and Dancehall as Michie deejayed and rapped throughout the track. The single did very well for Michie Mee, and was given a remix called, “Jamaican Funk Canadian Style“. Both versions were featured on Michie Mee & L.A. Luv’s album, “Jamaican Funk-Canadian Style“, which was a success for the duo as the album crossed borders, charted on American charts, and was nominated for a Juno award. Since “Jamaican Funk”, Michie Mee went on to make more moves as an artist including founding the band, Raggadeath, influencing the new generation of artists, and kicking down the door for many of your favourites. She also dabbled in acting with roles in the film “In Too Deep“, and appearing in TV shows like “Soul Food” and “Da Kink In My Hair“. She is the Queen of Canadian Hip Hop, and a yaad she come from!

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