This Saturday, October 25th, we return to Drake Underground (1150 Queen Street W, Toronto) for the monthly madness that we call ITZSOWEEZEE! Last month’s jam was completely insane, and we’re going to continue our tradition of out-doing ourselves this time around. We’ll be celebrating the birthday of our very own Taboo Patterson, and if you know anything about this man, you know that he knows how to party. The DJ line-up is stacked with our resident selectors DeMiggs (fresh off touring with Keys N Krates, gLAdiator, and THUGLI – welcome him home in style), Techtwelve, and ΛV, who will be holding it down with the best music in the country (yea, we’re that fucking good). As always, get on the guestlist and arrive early – you don’t want to miss this!
♪ DeMiggs (THEM / ITZSOWEEZEE)
♪ Techtwelve (THEM / ITZSOWEEZEE )
♪ ΛV (ITZSOWEEZEE)
Doors @ 11PM. Guestlist closes at 12AM sharp!
For more info, visit the Facebook event page.
Low Pros (A-Trak and Lex Luger) alongside Travi$ Scott release a video for their collaborative track, “100 Bottles.” The track is taken from EP1.
Toronto’s own Ben Stevenson is ready to release his Dirty Laundry EP (out Nov 4th). “Still” is a slow brewing melodic track off the project, produced by Toronto via Montreal producer Ango and Rare Beef co-founder Michael Imperial. Get cozy to this one.
J. Cole drops a verse for Jessie Ware’s “Kind Of…Sometimes…Maybe.” The original is taken from her Tough Love LP.
Equator Club’s final track in his Life Series project.
Equator Club – Love?
2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky jump on the official remix to “Awwsome” by DMV rapper Shy Glizzy. Stream/download below.
Shy Glizzy – Awwsome (Remix) ft. 2 Chainz & A$AP Rocky
Jerome LOL drops an awesome new deep house bit called “All That I Am”, with Sara Z providing some sweet vocals. The record will live on the 5oFoF: Five Years of Friends of Friends compilation, which is available to pre-order now (if you pre-order you’ll get this track, and a number of others, immediately).
Jerome LOL – All That I Am ft. Sara Z
Jarell Perry absolutely destroys his cover version of “Own It” by Drake.
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Flow-Fi. Music collective. Independent label. Creative outlet. Family. What began as a means to bring together like-minded, aspiring young producers and musicians has grown to serve a purpose beyond initial expectations. Established in February 2014 by aywy (the man himself), Fortune. (the period is necessary), and Subdaio (the sage) through their love of forward-thinking music and music production, Flow-Fi began as a small collective of dedicated producers.
Eight months and several million plays later, Flow-Fi has grown to become a respected rising independent collective. None of this would’ve been possible without the support of you all, our fans. So as a testament to this milestone, and our continued growth, we present to you, “Bitch, Please”
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– Chris McClenney
Our good homie Junia-T unveils a new, self-produced, introspective record, “How Can I”, which will live on his forthcoming LP, Eye See You. The Mary J Blige-sampling bit was recorded and mixed by Junia and Lord Quest at Stankonia Studios in Atlanta, and that energy definitely carries over into the track. Look for the full album on November 4th.
Junia-T – How Can I
Listen to Stalley’s debut MMG album, Ohio. Features include Rick Ross, August Alsina, Ty Dolla $ign, Rashad, and De La Soul. If you like what you hear, which we think you will, support the project on iTunes.