Nice guy turns offensive battle rapper in this new film.
Yearly festival dedicated to street art in Montreal features large murals and street dance.
From rap to post punk to hard rock to prog rock, this is a week of musical allsorts.
Bravely challenging gender constructs, Young Thug takes rap and hip hop to new places while connecting with his first identity.
Haitian artist Ronald Mevs uses art to express many forms of resistance.
Peggy Hogan isn’t your everyday first-gen Chinese immigrant, classical pianist turned jazz musician turned jazz-hip-hop-rapper.
Queens based rappers show only gets started after 11 p.m.
The inspiring stories of five foster survivors who didn’t think much of themselves until they realized what they had to offer the world and gain from life.
As much rock star as a rapper, Theophilus’ show was a not-miss.
Pre-Show Letter : On spending this upcoming Thursday with Theophilus London
Honestly, a great mixtape. 17 tracks, most of which are actually really amazing. Listen up to a Canadian music-star.
Students from Lester B. Pearson collaborate with David Hodges on an educational project to create a polished album of radio-friendly hits.
In the past week, two amazing female artists released new music and neither are disappointing in any way.
What Do You See? mixes brutal egoism, drug references and hip hop’s trademark misogyny with goofy childlike charm and vague self-awareness.
Rampage interviews Montreal’s local heroes from the South Shore, Dead Obies. These guys are crazy and really have a true Quebecois essence about them.
Iggy Azalea brought the party with her to Montreal. The only complaint is that she didn’t play long enough!