Author: Mr. Wavvy

Wavvy Wednesday Vol. 21 – The Return!

After a nearly year-long hiatus, Wavvy Wednesday comes back from the dead to showcase some of the past week’s freshest new tunes, including music from the likes of Thundercat, Murs, Mr. Carmack, and others. Thundercat Says Fuck the “Friend Zone” on His Latest Single With already released tracks such as “Them Changes“, and the Kenny Loggins/Michael McDonald-assisted “Show You the… Read more →

D.R.A.M.’s “Broccoli” Goes 4x Platinum

2017 seems to just keep getting better for Virginia-born recording artist D.R.A.M.. As if embarking on a sold out, nation-wide tour, and becoming Grammy-nominated weren’t enough to solidify him as a bonafide star, his hit, Lil Yachty-featured single, “Broccoli”, has now officially been certified as 4x Platinum.  The rapper shared the news earlier today in a Facebook post, also adding… Read more →

Tech N9ne to Release “Dominion” Collabos Album in April

Does Tech N9ne ever sleep? After recently releasing his seventeenth album, The Storm in December, the Kansas City chopper is already preparing for another drop.  On April 7th, Tech N9ne will release Dominion, the seventh album in his “Collabos” series. The album was first announced in an interview with Strange Music CEO Travis O’Guin in an interview earlier this year, with Tech revealing… Read more →

Cyhi the Prynce Debuts “Legend”, Album Set for Spring Release

Ever since his proper introduction to the rap world on Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Hip-Hop have been long anticipating the debut album of G.O.O.D. Music signee Cyhi the Prynce. Nearly seven years after stepping onto the scene, it seems as if Cyhi’s time has finally come. Earlier today, Cyhi the Prynce appeared on Shade 45’s Sway in the Morning radio… Read more →

Kings of Leon Rumoured to Headline Osheaga 2017

As festival season approaches, rumours grow stronger. While Montreal’s Osheaga has kept relatively quiet about any potential artists playing their 2017 edition, a recent tour announcement by Tennessee-based Kings of Leon suggests that the band could be headlining the iconic Canadian music festival this year. Yesterday, KOL expanded their upcoming tour to include a sole Canadian date, along with stops… Read more →

4 Inspirational Interviews to Watch on #BellLetsTalk Day

Today is #BellLetsTalk Day, an initiative started by Bell Canada which aims to end stigma surrounding mental illness. For every call, text, tweet (using the hashtag), or Snapchat (using the geofilter), Bell will donate $0.05 to organisations that deal with the issue. In honour of the event, we’ve pulled together 4 of our most inspirational interviews, in which some of… Read more →

Dr. Dre & LL Cool J Have Handfuls of Unreleased Collaborations

In 1998, hip-hop heavyweights Dr. Dre and LL Cool J collaborated on a song titled “Zoom”. Originally intended as a Dre and Snoop Dogg collab on the former’s debut album, The Chronic, the finalised version with LL can be found on the soundtrack to Warren Beatty’s cult comedy classic, Bulworth. Hard-hitting yet smooth, apologetically West Coast while undeniably New York, it remains… Read more →

Interview: Rob $tone Freestyles over J Dilla, Declares Crush on Kehlani

While in Montreal as part of A$AP Ferg‘s “Turnt & Burnt” tour, “Chill Bill” rapper Rob $tonesat down with Mr. Wavvy for an exclusive freestyle over a recently unearthed J Dilla beat, along with an interview to discuss a number of topics, including: – Revealing collaborations off of his upcoming debut album, including a track with A$AP Ferg titled “Tag… Read more →

Big Boi Completes Third Solo Album

It’s been nearly five years since we’ve seen a proper solo album from Big Boi, his last offering in late 2012 with the wonderfully eclectic Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors. However, the OutKast member did also come through with an experimental collaborative EP with frequent collaborators Phantogram, aptly titled Big Grams, which was released in 2015 (one of our favourite projects of that year)… Read more →