Concert Review: Wu-Tang Clan & Nas at Budweiser Stage in Toronto (2022.09.04)

When I was a writer at AmbrosiaForHeads.com, we used to curate and host an annual tournament-style bracket called Finding The GOAT, where millions of the world’s most dedicated Hip-Hop heads would vote to determine the Greatest Of All-Time (GOAT) in certain categories. During my time there, I got to see the fan-voted tournament lead to…

Concert Review: Nas at Toronto’s Festival of Beer (2022.07.22)

After being postponed two years in a row from the COVID-19 pandemic, Toronto’s Festival of Beer makes its triumphant return in 2022, bringing one of music & beer fans’ most beloved summer events back to Bandshell Park. The weekend-long festival is known for bringing hundreds of breweries from around the world to taste samples from,…

Concert Review: Shad at Longboat Hall in Toronto (2022.06.16)

An emcee who loves basketball metaphors, Shad came up clutch in the 4th quarter of 2021 and hit a slam dunk with his seventh album, TAO. With COVID restrictions continuing to ease up, he’s been able to tour across Canada and parts of USA all spring, celebrating his new body of work with the fans,…

Top 8 Most Anticipated Hip-Hop Concerts Hitting Toronto This Summer (2022)

With the impacts of COVID-19 dying down, it looks like live concerts are making a consistent return to Toronto this summer! We’ve gotten through the spring with most shows going ahead as planned, and it’s looking like there won’t be a need for rescheduling and refunds going forward (fingers crossed). Here is a look at…

Review: Alternative Symphony Performing Dr. Dre’s 2001 in Toronto

… And we’re back! We celebrated the new year by counting down our top ten concerts of 2019, and are kicking off 2020 by celebrating the 20th anniversary of an all-time classic album. Released in November of 1999, Dr. Dre’s sophomore solo album, 2001, is a timeless masterpiece that elevated Hip-Hop culture to a new…

The Top 10 Concerts I Attended in 2019

2019 was a really busy year for me. The day job got more demanding, a lot of friends and family got married, and I did most of my traveling for reasons other than attending world-renowned music festivals. I still got out there and reviewed as many concerts as I possibly could though, covering a good…

Concert Review: Nas & Mary J. Blige at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto

When it comes to Hip-Hop and R&B, Nas & Mary J. Blige can be considered royalty of their respective genres, each having legendary careers lasting over 25 years, and now they have joined forces for The Royalty Tour. Celebrating 25 years of Nas’ Illmatic album and Mary J. Blige’s My Life album, the two legends…