Harrison is a young Toronto-based producer who’s making a name for himself with his hip-hop, funk, and house-inspired beats. He’s know for sampling ‘cheesy’ 80s vocals and turning them into something completely different. Watch his first official single/video “City Lights”, off his latest EP “When It’s Right”.
Most recently, Harrison released a new edit “What Can I Say” on his popular soundcloud page. Check out the Toronto 80’s inspired artwork!
For more info: facebook.com/HarrisonsStillAlive
Toronto’s music scene is not only gaining popularity across Canada, but it’s making a major impact around the world. For that very reason, we’ve been posting cover songs in our series entitled “Covered”, which highlights and showcases other artists (not necessarily from Toronto) who have been inspired by our cities sound.
This time we’ve taken a more humorous approach by selecting “Swagged Out In India: Worst Behavior (Punjab Edition)”, which happens to be a ‘mock’ video of Drake’s “Worst Behavior” off his “Nothing Was The Same” album. People have a lot of time on their hands. LOL.
All around the world, Hennessy artistry brings together some of the most talented artists on stage for an eclectic mix of music, ranging from hip hop to pop, rock or electronic music, which we like to call the #ArtofBlending.
We’re excited to announce the first edition of Hennessy artistry for 2014 with special guest DJ ?uestlove, featuring live performances by Toronto’s own Adria Kain, Yosvani and our official 1 LOVE T.O. DJ DLUX.
Join us this Thursday, April 17th at 9pm at Tattoo – 567 Queen St West. (Limited Capacity)
Tickets available here: http://tinyurl.com/muyv5bo
Check out our recap video from last year’s Hennessy artistry main event with DJ Premier & DJ Jazzy Jeff!
*Must be of legal drinking age to attend.
Follow @1LOVETO #HennessyArtistryTO #ArtOfBlending
Kardinal Offishall directs his latest video for “Tattoo”, shot in various locations in Jamaica. Recently, Kardi had the opportunity to visit the parish (Clonmel), where his grandparents originally came from. On the same day this video was shot, he managed to donate computers, sports uniforms, shoes, cleats, books, calculators, pencils and more to the local school children.
It’s always nice to see people giving back!
Here are a few of the funniest comments below…
– “I’m an idiot. I’m a total idiot.”
– “I don’t like Drake, he’s an actor, not a real rapper”
– “Hey Drake I think you suck”