It's Thursday. You're almost there. But why wait until the weekend to attend a crazy house party?
Head over to 93 Paper Street for communal vibes and great artists - it's happening tonight inside burlesque bar/ anything goes bar The Painted Lady on the Ossington Strip.
With a changing line up of artists at different venues across the city, month-to-month, it's a great way to get out and explore those on-the-come-up. Hosted by KNAMELIS & KID TWIST, "two of the most important Canadians in the history of battle rap," 93 Paper Street brings out the best of Toronto at a relevant time.
This month's line up:
The young voice of rebellion in Toronto hip-hop, Rob GF is finally getting the recognition he deserves. The prolific artist’s upcoming album with DRO (CMDWN) entitled “Angry” looks to be a trend setting one. The first single “Statue” released via Mass Appeal shows off Rob’s unique ability to turn from calm to explosive on a dime. Witness Rob perform new music from “Angry” as well as his upcoming project with France’s Astronote (Kendrick Lamar).
Sample his track, "Vanity Fair":
After a successful campaign on his last album “Eye See You,” Sauga City native Junia-T didn’t get lose much time dropping his latest single. “My My My” feat. Briskinthehouse (prod. Big Sproxx) is proving to be Junia’s biggest mark on the game yet. It was recently featured on Team Backpack to praise across the boards and ever rising views. Junia-T will be performing a short set of his new material tonight.
Stream his EP, Eye See You:
Recently featured in the inaugural KOTD Cypher, Roshin is finally stepping out on his own after 2 studio albums with his group Notes to Self BBRC (BBE, Decon Records). The group recently dropped a free mixtape entitled “Live from the Peach Pit (After Dark).” His upcoming project “LIE” is entirely produced by Fameless (Tim North, Main Attrakionz).
Check him out on "Live From teh Peach Pit" via Notes to Self BBRC:
The young producer/vocalist behind Goldlink’s “When I Die” and frequent collaborator of Toronto’s brightest new artists takes his talents to 93 Paper Street for the inaugural night. One of the most original sounds coming from the city, McCallaman’s ability to sustain a vibe throughout a night is equally impressive.
Check out our interview with McCallaman:
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