The 2016 JUNO Awards have announced the list of nominees, and it's a solid field when it comes to the Rap Recording of the Year category. Allow us to guide you through each nominee and their hopes of winning.
On August 26th, 1998, Mos Def and Talib Kweli came together as Black Star and released one of the most significant albums in hip-hop's history. Allow us to take a walk down memory lane and revisit the album, track-by-track. Read it all after the jump.
To Pimp a Butterfly is at once the encapsulation of this world of racial tension and a catalyst for change. It's brash, it's unapologetically black, and most importantly, it's a message of black self-love and reassurance when, around the hip-hop landscape, those messages are so few and far between.
Junia-T kicks off 2016 with a brand new single "My, My, My" featuring Briskinthehouse. Over laid-back production by Sproxx, the Sauga rapper drops gems about the current state affairs. This is the first single off of his upcoming album, Son of a (Drum)mer.
First release of the month goes to Jazz Cartier's highly anticipated follow up project Hotel Paranoia. Picking up where he left off take a listen to his new music and let us know if it's as good as MIP.