Concert Review: Kool G Rap at Revival Bar in Toronto

One of the most influential emcees in the history of Hip-Hop, Kool G Rap is a name often associated with words like authenticity, longevity, lyricism, greatness, and above all, respect. He’s often cited as an influence by some of the greatest lyricists the genre has seen, and is still releasing new music with over thirty…

Concert Review: J. Cole – The KOD Tour in Toronto

Each year, J. Cole does more to prove that he has the longevity to be a lasting force in Hip-Hop. Not only has he been consistently releasing meaningful music and putting up good sales numbers with every album, but he’s also adapted to the current climate where artists have to lean heavily on touring to…

Concert Review: Wu-Tang Clan at Rebel Nightclub in Toronto

  Just two months after performing in Kitchener on what was to be the only stop in Ontario for their 25th Anniversary Tour, The Wu-Tang Clan have returned, this time performing in Toronto itself. Their return comes after the roster wasn’t complete for the Kitchener show, as Method Man had to catch a last-minute flight…

Top 10 Upcoming Hip-Hop Concerts to see in Toronto This Fall (2018)

Hoodie season is upon us, but as the weather gets colder, there won’t be any shortages in Hip-Hop artists bringing their concert tours through the city. While there aren’t as many large stadium shows or outdoor festivals, there are a ton of more intimate club performances happening before the end of the year. We picked…

Concert Review: Childish Gambino at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto

  It’s been four years since Donald Glover last went on tour as his Childish Gambino persona, and in those four years, he’s propelled himself into stardom. Back then he was an up-and-coming MC, singer, and producer with a couple acclaimed albums and several mixtapes under his belt, as well as a comedian with a…

Review: Connect The Dot 2018 Champion Showcase in Toronto

  Toronto Hip-Hop heads had a tough choice to make this past Saturday, as there were two major events happening in the city for fans of rap music. On one hand, you had legendary Brooklyn duo M.O.P. performing at the new Stadium Nightclub, and on the other, you had the final round of a tournament…

Review: RZA – Live From The 36th Chamber at The Royal Theatre in Toronto

Just one month after the Wu-Tang Clan (minus Method Man) performed in Kitchener on their 25th Anniversary Tour, their leader, RZA, has returned to Toronto with a very special show. As with most members of the Wu-Tang Clan, RZA has a solo career that goes beyond music, with the legendary Hip-Hop producer diving into a prosperous…

Concert Review: Beyoncé & Jay-Z – The OTR II Tour in Buffalo, NY

Widely regarded as one of the biggest concert tours this year, Hip-Hop’s power couple Jay-Z & Beyoncé have embarked on their On The Run II Tour, doing it bigger and better than the first tour they went on together in 2014. With double the amount of tour dates in both Europe and North America, the OTRII Tour has them…

Concert Review: Wu-Tang Clan at Bingemans On The Grand in Kitchener, ON

The legendary Wu-Tang Clan has reunited once again for their 25th Anniversary Tour, celebrating the 25 years since they released one of Hip-Hop’s most iconic masterpieces, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). It’s been 25 years of consistent musical output from one of Hip-Hop’s greatest groups, as not one year has gone by since where they haven’t…

Concert Review: Busta Rhymes at Rebel Nightclub in Toronto

The last Friday of July 2018 in Toronto was an epic one for Hip-Hop heads. Whether you saw Ludacris headline Toronto’s Festival of Beer at Bandshell Park, or Ice Cube host his Big3 basketball league at Scotiabank Arena, those looking to keep the party going got to see a late, late night show at Rebel Nightclub featuring…

Concert Review: Ludacris at Toronto’s 2018 Festival of Beer

After putting on what we called the best concert of the year in 2017, Toronto’s Festival of Beer continues to aim for bigger and better. This year they’ve expanded the festival by making it four days instead of three, and booked even more famous artists to perform at Bandshell Park. While last year’s Friday night…