RZA Breaks Silence on Azealia Banks/Russell Crowe Ordeal

Earlier this week, Azealia Banks made some shocking accusations towards actor Russell Crowe. In a since deleted Facebook post, the Manhattan-born rapper detailed attending a party at the actor’s hotel suite, in which he “called me a n****r, choked, me, threw me out and spat at me.” According to TMZ, Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA was the one who brought Banks to… Read more →


The Internet Announce New Album; Solo Projects

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from The Internet. Following Ego Death, their Grammy-Nominated, third studio album, the band embarked on a lengthy tour, then faded off into the darkness. Today, The Fader revealed the dual covers for its 106th issues, the first featuring tennis star Serena Williams, the second The Internet. The magazine also released the respective stories written for… Read more →


Review: RBMA’s Le Fréqulator w/Just Blaze, River Tiber

Red Bull Music Academy Montreal is officially in full effect. One of the more noteworthy elements of the month long festival is its choice of rather unconventional venues for its events. Last night’s “Le Fréqulator” transform downtown Montreal’s Le Cinq (formerly Club 1234) into three levels of dance-floor delight. Le Fréqulator took full advantage of the club’s three separate rooms, using each… Read more →


Mr. Wavvy Turns 3!

Today marks 3 years since my very first interviews as Mr. Wavvy! Wanted to take the time out to thank all of my fans, friends, and family for your continued support over the years. Came a long way from the lanky, curly haired kid rocking the Rasta Star of David chain, yet never too far… I would be nothing without all… Read more →


Interview: Terrace Martin Hijacks Mr. Wavvy

Terrace Martin is a multi-talented Jazz musician best known for his production on songs for West Coast Hip-Hop favorites such as YG, Snoop Dogg, Warren G, and perhaps most notably, Kendrick Lamar. Since as early as 2010, Martin has been an integral member of Lamar’s creative team, particularly with the 5-time Grammy Award-winning album, To Pimp A Butterfly, for which he… Read more →

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Travis Barker Reflects on 8 Years Since Tragic Plane Crash

On September 19th 2008, a Learjet 60 leaving from Columbia Metropolitan Airport in South Carolina crashed due to a rejected takeoff, leaving 4 dead, 2 critically injured. The two who survived: Travis Barker and Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein. Just under a year after the incident, Goldstein passed away on August 28th due to an accidental drug overdose, a lethal blend of cocaine,… Read more →


Kaytranada’s “99.9%” Wins 2016 Polaris Music Prize

Tonight, Haitian-born Montreal producer Kaytranada was crowned winner of the 2016 Polaris Music prize for his exceptional debut album, 99.9%. Each year, the Polaris Music prize awards $50,000 to the greatest body of work by a Canadian musician based solely off the quality of their music, thus disregarding genre, publicity, record sales, etc. The prizewinner is determined by a nationwide collective of journalists (who… Read more →


5 Must-See Shows at POP Montreal 2016

POP Montreal is both the literal and symbolic end of summer in the city. With this comes the conclusion of another exciting festival season, with POP offering one last hurrah before the party is truly over. Equipped with concerts, films, talks, fashion, and even sports, POP Montreal is a known gem amongst true North American festival-heads. With so many events in… Read more →