Walder catches up with Mac Miller out in Toronto for a one-on-one candid interview backstage at Sound Academy. Miller opened things up with his signature playful attitude and expressed his joy with the multicultural diversity in the city. Mac also clarifies to viewers that he was holding a blowup doll on his cover for his new Delusional Thomas mixtape, his love for writing from other people’s perspective and explains that he has additional alter-egos he’ll eventually introduce to fans. The rapper took the opportunity to touch on an upcoming mini-documentary entitled, Hi, How Are You, that he will be executive producing which is based on songwriter Daniel Johnson, filming Scary Movie 5 with Snoop Dogg, Watching Movies With The Sound Off and so much more.
Check out some coverage from back in September of the beautiful songstress Jhene Aiko performing “My Mine” at the 7th Annual Manifesto Festival. The live show served as Aiko’s debut to Canadian fans. Take a look as Jhene treated crowd-goers to a powerful performance of “My Mine” which is featured on the singer’s 2011 project entitled Sailing Soul(s). Also, be on the look out for Aiko’s upcoming Sail Out EP which is set to release on November 12.
Drizzy Drake shares a new confessional where he takes the time to explain how his music embodies the spirit of Toronto. The YMCMB rapper touches on his love for the city and points out that he can live anywhere in the world but no matter what always finds his way back home. Channeling Toronto in his music, Drizzy breaks down why his city is an ongoing inspiration to him and shares his passion for the Raptors franchise. Watch as Drake opens up on the evolution of the organization, his connection with the team and reassures fans he’s motivated to elevate the team in anyway he can to the next level.
Drake’s Would You Like A Tour? made its most recent stop in Toronto and the YMCMB rapper decided to bring out Future with him on stage to perform his past hit “Tony Montana.” As the crowd went crazy and fans cheered in excitement, Future appeared from out of the darkness and into the spotlight where he turned the energy up for his performance.
Yesterday Drake celebrated his 27th birthday as his Would Like A Tour? stopped in his hometown of Toronto, Canada. Take a look as Drizzy hits the stage and brings out the beautiful Jhene Aiko for a performance of their collaborative slow jam “From Time” featured on Nothing Was The Same.
Here’s some coverage of The Weeknd’s recent performance in Toronto at Massey Hall performing his smash hits “Live For” and “Crew Love.” After selling out three nights at Toronto’s Massey Hall, the Scarborough native took the stage and performed to a crowded venue full of fans as his career continues to flourish. Abel Tesfaye’s future in music looks bright as he continues to make a name for himself when just three years ago he was fairly unknown and has since grown into a star.
MMG rapper Wale is back with a new visual for “Simple Man” which is featured on his new album entitled The Gifted. Shot on location in Toronto courtesy of Life+Times, the boom-bap track showcases Wale’s lyrical skills as he performs to the camera and takes a ride around the city. The visual also showcases some nice shots of the city’s skyscrapers and concludes with Wale hitting the studio with Drake and J. Cole who also show up to make an appearance.