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Toronto Hip Hop

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

Catfish has dropped their mindfully melodic feat of New Wave Hip Hop ‘No Magic’

Toronto-based artist and producer, Catfish, may only be 19-years-old, but they’re already exuding maturity and nuance within their uniquely beguilingly soulful signature Hip Hop sound. It is artists such as Catfish that leave me assured that the future of music is in safe hands.

While I appreciate aggression is a form of catharsis and protest in Hip Hop, the abrasive attitude can quickly scour away at the sentiment and message in the music, but there’s no danger of that with No Magic. It’s pure soul, a vibration you’re going to want to indulge in time and time again.

It comes as no surprise that Catfish is quickly rising up from the underground with their magnetically mindful lyrics, melodically relentless flows and accordantly transfixing beats. Get him on your radar.

You can check out No Magic via all major platforms through this link.

Review by Amelia Vandergast