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Toronto’s hottest name in hip hop, INFAMOU$$ waxes lyrical wit in ‘Count Me IN’

In a time where people speak so little sense, Jordan Peterson has somehow become the voice of reason; artists such as INFAMOU$$, with their witty introspection, are worth their weight in gold.

His latest single, Count Me IN, is a grime-y, pop-infused atmospherically vibe-driven track which sees the Toronto-based rapper waxing lyrical on the banalities of common idioms before sharing his urban pearls of wisdom. With the momentum in his steady, cheeky vocals, the minimalism in the instrumentals becomes almost hypnotic as you listen to the emotionally balanced track run-through. He’s a cut above the rest; his listeners will need stitches.

The official music video for Count Me IN premiered on July 14th. Check it out for yourselves on YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Get psyched with JaeEss’ latest mantra-filled high vibe alt-hip hop hit, Celebrate

JaeEss’ latest single, Celebrate, is the ultimate testament to the fact that everything the Lawrenceville GA-based artist and producer creates is made with purpose. The single is just one of his hits that wouldn’t be out of place on your motivation playlists.

It’s one thing for artists to flex their own success; it is quite another for an artist to commit themselves to connecting with their fans while galvanising them and inspiring them to strive for greater heights. In Celebrate, JaeEss fuses RnB with trappy hip hop textures to create the perfect platform for his wittily visionary lyrics that prove that there’s always an alternative to downtrodden apathy.

The official music video to Celebrate premiered on January 14th. You can watch it for yourselves via YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Stevie B brings it back to ‘Old School’ in his latest elevated rap hit.

Up and coming hip hop artist, Stevie B, put his own spin on the old school style with his latest rhythmically captivating rap single that unfolds as an ode to old school like no other.

Instead of trying to brand old school styles as his own, the New Delhi-based rapper championed the records he was raised on and used enough passion to leave anyone enthused and gratified for the movement that the OGs created. It’s impossible not to be hooked in by his lyrical wit that is just as sharp as the hooks in the Eastern-inspired melodies.

The official video for Old School premiered on November 6th. You can check it out for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast