One of our fav. artists on the come up just dropped an anthem showcasing his unparalleled hunger. It's only a matter of time . .
Bump our spooky playlist full of the most horrifying Hip Hop songs you've never heard. We're not responsible for anything these records might conjure up in your life 🎃
Enjoy our latest interview with the gorgeous ( that's an understatement ) Tinashe 😍
She talks about her fetish . . for french fries, her fav. OutKast record, her lifetime crush on Tupac Shakur & so much more !
We finally had the chance to sit down for an in-depth conversation with the Legendary AKON. To capture this moment has been on our bucket list since day one ! We spoke to him about his countless collabos., his thoughts on Nate Dogg / Kendrick Lamar / Kanye West, and that time he passed on signing Drake !
The second annual MRCY Fest took place last night outside College Montmorency in Laval. The campus and parking lot transformed into a festival with goodies such as food trucks, freebies, high priced drinks, photo ops, visual art and two stages surrounded by excited fans. Compared to last year, this edition of MRCY Fest had more hip-hop acts in their lineup making the Mille-Iles stage their home for the day. Here is how the rap activities went down . .Read More
We came across Canadian rapper VNCHY's debut EP Neverland, and we can't stop bumping it ! The intricacy of his storytelling, the hunger & growl in his voice, matched with the cinematic & dark production (completely handled by Prezident Jeff) makes this 5-track EP feel like a journey, highlighting the 19-year-old's demons & dreams - on some motion picture ish !
Bump Neverland above + Peep the video for Broke Dreams below 💣
Montréal's most gifted just blessed us 🎁
You've been asking for this one for a while now ! Here it ( finally ) is : our interview with Chicago's own Mick Jenkins. Grab yourself a snack, click play and watch as he tells us his story ( and reveals his favorite Pokémon ! )
We caught up with Miguel & got him speaking about everything from the Legend of Zelda to 2Pac conspiracy theories. He also mentioned the possibility of recording an album in spanish, and shared his very inspirational experience with meditation !
19-year-old Montréal rapper CJ Flemings recently dropped this short & sweet project.
Click play, and get introduced to his world !
Hey you - We put together this playlist full of gems & jewels from Nas' discography. Our collection includes everything from rarities found on The Lost Tapes to lesser known records that just didn't get the single treatment. Light up some incense and let Mr. Jones take you on a journey - because introspective Nasir is the best.
. . and yes MONTREALITY is finally on Spotify, click here to follow us ! 😌
The wait was finally over - J. Cole’s final show of the Forest Hills Drive tour arrived at Montreal’s Bell Center on September 4, 2015. Not only had the show been postponed from its’ original date, but three of the artists: Big Sean, YG and Jeremih were no longer performing, leaving diehard fans even more disappointed.
With that being said, Omen, Cozz and Bas pulled through with an amazing opening segment, leading to J. Cole's arrival on-stage, performing the haunting intro off his platinum album 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
It was truly humbling to hear J. Cole acknowledge the incidents and genuinely apologize to his Montreal fans. Cole also admitted how scared he was and still hoped his fans would show up despite the pushbacks and absence of his supporting acts. “Montreal, I can’t f*in believe that y’all still came out. Thank you very much - that sh*t makes me feel special and I appreciate y'all for that”, Jermaine shared from the bottom of his heart.
With every record Cole performed, whether it was from his most recent album 2014 Forest Hills Drive or his mixtape classics, he kept everyone on their tiptoes only wanting more. The audience was on fire to say the least. Cole’s eyes were clearly filled with passion and dedication making sure his last show was worthwhile.
During the final minutes of his performance, a fan gave him a Habs jersey with number 28 embroidered on the back symbolizing Cole’s January 28 birthdate. The audience went crazy as he decided to wear the jersey, once again demonstrating how much Cole lives for connecting with his audience on a human level despite his rising stardom.
Regardless of the last minute chaos; you could still hear fans say how excited they were for Cole’s next visit to Montreal. That’s how great of a show Dreamville put on in our beautiful city.
As Cole says, there’s beauty in the struggle.
Kembe X, teenage rapper from the south suburbs of Chicago, is definitely on the come up, and we're already big fans of his sound !
Listen to his latest offering above and spend some more time on his Soundcloud page.
thank us later 💣
We had the chance to interview YouTube superstar Lilly Singh aka Superwoman. Betcha fall in love with her just by watching this episode 😍 !
SLUMDON releases debut EP Toxic Feel$. This is without a doubt our favorite record out of Montréal this year. MONTREALITY stamp of approval all over this one - Stream below, and let us know what you think !