This contest is now closed. Congrats to our winners: Tim Kearn and Kyle Wilfong!
In the second installment of our Hip-Hop Fantasy Draft, we are picking the cream of the crop of rising Toronto rappers. We separate the wheat from the chaff and list the ten best artists rocketing up through the rap and hip-hop scenes of The Six.
Check out our review of YBN Cordae’s rambunctious flow in his recent release of “My Name Is”, a remix/reimagining of Eminem’s classic 1999 track.
Ohio-based heavy rock/metalcore group, Convictions is soon to be touring North America in support of their upcoming In Vogue Records release, Hope For The Broken. Vocalist Michael Felker shared some thoughts on the new tracks….
Formally known as Christoper Weins, Edmonton, Alberta-born artist Ironic recently shared with PureGrainAudio his interesting story.
We’ve very carefully selected our first-ever fantasy draft of the top ten Hip-Hop artists PureGrainAudio believes will not only soon emerge as some of the genre’s biggest names, but that they will do it in 2018.
ORYX shared with us their upbringings and influences, first few shows and concerts, plus their album Widowmaker and newest release, Stolen Absolution.
Culture II just might be able to challenge the popularity of Culture I with its diversity of well-designed beats.
This track with Fetty Wap and A Boogie, is not for its lyrics. . It is a good listen only in the right setting.
Toronto rapper Drake didn’t offer any form of warning before dropping his new Scary Hours EP on Friday.
A very simple yet solid track with an empowering message. Well-crafted lyrics deserve credit, and credit is given.
Everything happens for a reason. In this story, committing a crime is the only way to support a a family.