After delivering The Screwface mixtape, Duck Down Records' latest signee drops off a visual for track #2 off the tape. The"Cursed Blessings" video follows the young emcee as he schools himself in the library; and proceeds to drop some serious knowledge for the people. Be sure to check out "Cursed Blessings," and peep the tape if you haven't done so already!
In the 'Screwface Captial" Toronto rapper/producer Raz Fresco delivers a brand-new mixtape titled, The Screwface Tape, featuring only ChillxWill. The 15-track project consists of freestyles from the Bakers Club affiliate in which he displays an array of talent. The collection of music is reminiscent of the 90's era Hip-Hop as Raz delivers impeccable lyricism throughout. Stream/download "The Screwface Tape" after the jump and watch his latest set of visuals for "Cursed Blessings" below. Download: Raz Fresco - "The Screwface Tape"
A few months back, Buck and producer P-Money hooked up with Toronto emcee Raz Fresco for the track, “Just Begun,” off Buck and P's collaborative effort, BackPack Travels. It wouldn't be right to have such an amazing hip hop track go without visuals, so the team did just that. Buckshot and P Money's BackPack Travels has been out for a minute, if you haven't listened to this project maybe this video will change your mind.
Buck and producer P-Money hook up with Toronto emcee Raz Fresco for their latest track "Just Begun" off their collaborative effort, BackPack Travels. Raz Fresco, recently connected with Duck Down Records for management and distribution services, resulting in an easy BuckShot feature. Look out for two new mixtapes from Raz, The Screwface Tape and Pablo Frescobar, to drop later this year, and be sure to peep BackPack Travels when it drops June 24th.
Rich Kidd and Raz Fresco pay homage to Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth‘s “They Reminisce Over You” (T.R.O.Y.) classic with a full studio makeover in part 1 of the CBC's Rock The Mic series.This series revisits rap classics, with up and coming artists who can represent to the fullest, bring new life into the tracks. The Rock The Mic tribute to “T.R.O.Y.” arrives on the 22nd anniversary of the track, which was released in April of 1992. Pete Rock rededicates the song – a memorial named for fallen friend “Trouble” T.Roy – to Troy Dixon and his cousin Heavy D, whose sudden passing in 2011 was another major blow to the hip-hop community. Pete Rock touched on the impact and importance of the song after two decades in discussion with the CBC. It's truly inspiring to see the legend Pete Rock show love to up and coming emcees, and guiding them in the recreation of this classic hip hop cut.