After I busy week, I can finally get to posting all the tracks I've been meaning to. First up, Treetop dropped their video for their latest jam, "Sound of the Drums". You know everytime they all get together on something, it's going to be dope! Taking on the role of Axel Rose, Everest Jennings and Chet Williams, Treetop have some fun with this one and trust me; the hook will be stuck in your head all day. Treetop did their thing at the King of the Dot event on Friday, and if your feeling this song, there's plenty more. Check out the iLLvibe directed visuals below. Casper just dropped his newest addition to the Marcus Morris Mixtape series,
MMM5 as well. This year has been a great one so far for Casper, Kehmak and Culture and it only gets greater as they progress.
The homie Robbie G just released some new visuals for one of my personal favorite songs off his latest album Ripple Effect called "Let The Record Play" featuring singer Kristy Landry. This track about letting go of things from your past that may be holding you back and motivating yourself to push forward. Check out the Illvibe directed and filmed visuals for "Let The Record Play" and go grab Ripple Effect, you won't be disappointed! Purchase: Robbie G - Ripple Effect
[Event] ILLVIBE Studios Present Survival of the Illest Canadian Tour: Grand Championship @ Nocturne (Toronto)
Throught the past while Illvibe has been on a Canadian tour going through various cities hosting Survival of the Illest, an event in which each cities top emcee's perform to place number one in their hometowns. Tomorrow is the day the final verdict is decided in the grand finale event with the winning emcee's from each city. Taking place at Nocturne in Toronto located at 550 Queen Street West, Dollaz Da Deejay, Definition, Quotez, Clarity, Kehmak, Tha Capital E, Nameless, Skitso Frentic and Sound Affiliation all go head to head to see who is the winner of Survival of the Illest. The doors open at 9pm and starts around 10pm, tickets can be purchased at the doors with a 10$ entry. This is without a doubt going to be a great show! Head out and support some of the best talent going around Canada right now! What: Illvibe's Survival of the Illest When: Friday, November 22nd Where: Nocturne (Toronto) 550 Queen Street West (@ Bathurst) Admission: $10 upon entry, doors open at 9pm
Visiting nine cities across Ontario to Quebec, Survival of the Illest is making it's way through London to find the best emcee's and performers within the city. With each event in each city, eight of the hungriest acts are put on one stage to perform in front of industry judges who choose the best two performances of the night. The two best performers are selected to do an encore which one will be crowned winner at the end of the night. London's line up includes The Nicest, Sharky, Casper, TK, Beefwelli, Madhattr, Kehmak and Jay Downz with headliners Ngajuana and iLLvibe. First place prizes include a music video by iLLvibe studios, and album cover from Photified.ca, one pro website design and a year of hosting by Stylin Flow Entertainment and media coverage on BringYaEhGame. Make sure to come down and support your local artists Friday, Septemeber 20th at Blackshire Pub. What: SURVIVAL OF THE ILLEST LONDON - FEATURING ILLVIBE & NGAJUANA Where: 511 Talbot St. at The Blackshire Pub When: Friday, September 20th Admission: $10 upon entry
Not sure how this one slipped past me. Mississauga, Ontario lyricist Nadim released a video not to long ago featuring recording artist Young Stitch titled "Root Of All Evil" produced by Young K. This underground vibe track is basically self explanatory, both go in portraying their views of what the root of all evil is and they have some clever punchlines throughout it too! Check out this Illvibe directed visual and let me know what you think about it in the comments section below.