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.
After a short hiatus, SepTo, the Toronto based artist is back with the visual for his newest track "Miracle Man", produced by Junia-T, a Toronto staple. SepTo aims to tell the listener a story on this one with his smooth vocals, over some impressive production from 1/2 of Toronto's own "Chef's Plate".
SepTo (the To is for Toronto), prefers not to be labeled a rapper. This is largely because of the fact that although he does rap, he also does much more. Sep's been known to write and post poems, articles, and even full essays, he is much more than simply a rapper, he is an artist.
The visual for "Miracle Man", which was shot and edited by Northern Hussle, holds large amounts of religious imagery and clips that coincide with the story that Sep is telling his listeners. Sep's storytelling ability shines bright on this track, while Junia-T's catchy production only exemplifies the package.
If you want to learn more about SepTo, check out his interview with The Come Up Show, and don't forget to check out his highly acclaimed album "Almost NevR" on iTunes, or at www.SepTo.ca.
Toronto Jazz Festival and Manifesto join forces to bring Toronto a free show at Nathan Phillips Square. Dopaliscious is mainly a display of the dope talent that is in Toronto. The night features a variety of acts. Headlining is The Juice Money Collective band with rappers Junia-T and Tona. Singers Melanie Durrant, Adria Kain and Jessie Reyez will also take the stage. In addition, spoken word artist Lyric L, and novelist Marlon James will speak. The event will be a nice afternoon to come out and see what Toronto has to offer! What: TD Toronto Jazz Festival & Manifesto Present: Dopaliscious ft. Juice Money Collective & more Where: Nathan Phillips Square When: Saturday, June 20 @ 2pm Admission: Free! All ages
One of the most consistent artists out of Toronto, Blake Carrington has been receiving praise from almost every major publication in the industry. He continues to build anticipation for his upcoming project #FAILURE with another feel good and infectious single "AHH YEAH". With production from Junia T, Blake's new track has the perfect sound for the upcoming summer. From the bounce of the drum samples to the catchy high end lead synths, accents of sunny 90's West Coast hip hop are everywhere on this track. With a fun and care free instrumental, Blake writes the lyrics to match. With themes based on partying and laid back vibes,the listener finds themselves reminiscing of times when the summer meant complete happiness and freedom. Blake Carrington continues his come up and deserves recognition, show some love in the comment section below.