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Stella Donnelly “Boys Will Be Boys”

Watch Stella Donnelly’s latest visual for “Boys Will Be Boys”

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Brisbane’s Stella Donnelly finds her way to our little blog in the form her new track “Boys Will Be Boys,” the latest single from her debut EP Thrush Metal, released back in April. The music video is Shot Directed and Edited by George Foster, stars Lillie Carney Daisy Dwyer Alice Warren Ashlyn Koh and Stella Donnelly her self.

Speaking on the single Stella says: Boys Will Be Boys is my attempt at making sense of society’s tendency to blame the victims of sexual assault and rape and make excuses for the perpetrators. It was also my way of dealing with certain events that were occurring in my life at the time. The video itself was intended to express the burden of victim blaming and sexual assault on the victims themselves as the mundane aspects of life go on. A song is just a song but at the very least I hope it will open up difficult yet important conversations between family members, friends, government bodies, organisations and most importantly, boys and men.

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Toronto Duo 88GLAM Premier Black-and-White Video for “Big Tymers”

88GLAM Ball in Backstreets in the Black-and-White Video for “Big Tymers”

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A few weeks ago I was first introduced to Toronto-based rap duo 88GLAM, made up of 88 Camino & long-time Elite Muzik favorite Derek Wise. Their self-titled debut album was released last month, and features Popular tracks “Bali,” featuring Nav, and stand-out “Lavish,” which was recently featured on Elite Muzik Radio. Continuing push for their new album the duo unleash black and white visuals for the next single “Big Tymers,” an ode to Manny Fresh and Birdman. The single is produced by Joseph Le’tranger, with the visuals Directed by RJ Sanchez.

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Watch the visual above and stream their debut self-titled project below

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M.I.A. Collaborator And Afro-Grime Artist Afrikan Boy Drops “Wot It Do” Video

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Grime rap artist Afrikan Boy whose real name is Olushola Ajose, is most known for his work with British, and Sri Lankan artist M.I.A., on the track “Hussel,” which is still one of my favorite tracks from her. Afrikan Boy is currently working on his upcoming studio album scheduled to release next year. Getting fans ready for the release today he shares visuals for the projects debut single titled “Wot It Do,” produced by Jan Blumentrath & David Alexander. During a recent interview with The FADER, Afrikan Boy said this:

“Everyone puts their reality out through various screens and we all crop out elements of things we don’t want to send out to the world, The concept grew from the expression to create something a little rough around the edges whilst still being smooth.”

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Langston Francis “FCKD IT UP”

Toronto’s Langston Francis shares visuals for debut single “FCKD IT UP”

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Toronto-born newcomer Langston Francis, makes his Elite debut in the form of visuals for his debut single “FCKD IT UP,” Co-written by Langston, with production by Miles Jones and Adam King. The new single is a mixture of synth, electronica and bass-filled beats, back by Langston‘s unique vocal ability. The music video for the single is produced by Gavin Sheppard, and directed by Elliot Clancy Osberg, whose worked with the likes of Roy Woods and Anders. The new single is a taste of what to expect from his upcoming debut album dropping under Sony music.

excited to announce the release of my first single. available everywhere at midnight. art by @orgnltone link in bio!!

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