As we go into a brand new year, I would like to reflect on what The Come Up Show has accomplished in 2010. The great memories created with interviews like Curren$y, Wiz Khalifa, and D-Sisive. Interviews I NEVER expected with Reflection Eternal and the first Summer Jam Canada with Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, Rick Ross and T-Pain was a part of history. The Best of 2010 is for our fans we've gained in 2010 and a great time capsule for our fans who have been supporting since day one. Make sure to watch the video in full as we have included a sneak peek of 2011 with Jay Electronica, Bun-B, Brother Ali, and Pharoahe Monch. Thank you very much for you love and support. Happy New Year and Best Wishes from The Come Up Show Team.
What: THE BEST OF 2010 MUTHAF**KA Where: The Come Up Show.com and The Come Up Show Youtube Channel. (Subscribe Please) When: 8pm Eastern Time. Wow. Ladies and Gentlemen, this is our second year doing The Best of The Come Up Show. Last year we did the best of 2009 and it really gives The Come Up Show Team, you, the industry, EVERYONE a snapshot of what we have accomplished in a year. If there is one thing you should notice about The Come Up Show is GROWTH and PROGRESS, 2010 is not an exception. I'm so EXCITED for you to watch The Best of 2010. Here is what we will be featuring in ONE video. Interviews we will featuring Melanie Fiona, Two Crown King, D-Sisive, Classified, Curren$y, Royce Da 5’9, Joell Ortiz, Boi-1da, JD Era, K-OS, Eternia, J Staffz, Grand Analog, Rich Kidd, Shad, Wiz Khalifa, Emerson Brooks, Art of Fresh, Rick Ross, Richie Blackz- London town, Wolf J, Big C, Y Ro, Relic the oddity, Okay city, Nonamous, Muneshine. Keep reading to see what else we are featuring!!!!!
Okay City Presents...Ray Black's 5 Days of Christmas! Day 1 (December 20th) Sorry to Ray Black & the OkayCity fam I've been slipping on posting this and I really shouldn't have. The title really says it self - starting on the 20th Ray Black is dropping a new track a day until Christmas Day! What a great gift to all us fans and honestly the first 3 tracks (I'm posting the other 2 don't worry) are obviously dope. Do we post anything thats not?
We got to go to one of their concerts (Okay City), it didn't start till midnight and it was a school night so we had to go home before it started because our parents wanted us home.At age 15, Stephan Armstrong and Cameron Morse were busy creating Titanic Clothing company. Only 2 years later Titanic Clothing company has been sported by artists like Shad, Okay City and I rocked their t-shirt during the Reflection Eternal interview. In this interview the fellas talk about how they connected with musicians like Okay City, how they create timeless styles, and their brand new fall line. Shoutout to Apocalypse for supporting Titanic Clothing and letting us shoot in a dope spot.
The two young emcees have been steadily building a name for themselves writing and performing across southwestern Ontario since mid-2006. Sharing a similar vision, Bill Maka, 23, and Ray Black, 22, bring to their audience two distinct styles. This blend of Maka’s explosive and edgy delivery and Black’s laid-back smooth flow, along with their eclectic soundscapes, are what make Okay City unique and places them among the brightest of the new generation of Canadian music acts.