Edisunn leaves it “Up to Chance”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Toronto based indie act, Edisunn makes his way to our site with a retro-tinged single titled “Up to Chance.”

The track is one of his many collaborations with fellow Canadian producer Kieran Cousins, who is also his high school friend, and the duo sure brings something refreshing to the forefront.  The soundscape is a mix of future-RnB, electronic/pop, and hip-hop and showcases Edisunn’s storytelling and singing skills. here, he takes us on a journey of blossoming love and all the weird emotions that come with the territory. He approaches thhe topic with a very fun-filled demeanor and doesn’t go overboard with the syrupy vibes. It’s quite engaging and head-nodding too.

“Up to Chance” is taken from Edisunn and Kieran Cousins’s project Thinking Over-Thinking. This E.P., along with all of their other work, attempts to create a sound that is reflective of their separate musical influences and experiences.

Canadian rapper and songwriter Edisunn is the newest artist to join the scene from the new school, packaged with a refreshing balance of captivating melodies and lyrically complex rapping. Some of the artists that inspire his unique sound include Mac Miller, Anderson Paak., Immortal Technique, Kendrick Lamar, and many others.

Get it on Apple Music.

Keep up with  Edisunn | Soundcloud: Spotify: Instagram

NoCap Unleashes His Latest Single "Mistake"

Something says that NoCap is here for the long haul. Over the past two years, he’s made a great case with the slew of projects he’s released as to why he’s the next-up out of the South. Though he’s landed a few major co-signs and collaborations, he’s shown a wide range and depth, along with a relentless hustle. He’s just a bit over a month removed from Steel Human and he still has more heat in the stash.

This week, NoCap graced fans with the release of his latest single, “Mistake.” Bringing cold melodies to emphasize his pain, NoCap declares that he won’t be going out “like ‘Pac or John F. Kennedy.” There are moments where NoCap reflects on violence and betrayal but for the most part, he details this newfound way of life he lives as a rapper; one that leads him to have threesomes by mistake, apparently. 

Peep the song below. 

Quotable Lyrics
If I didn’t find my way in rap, guess I would’ve took the dope route
You weren’t thuggin’ in my circle, when a nigga was wearin’ Reeboks
I’ma shit on all these niggas, I got different color money
Like NoCap a damn peacock
Them birds shoot soon as he peak out

 Edisunn leaves it “Up to Chance”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Toronto based indie act, Edisunn makes his way to our site with a retro-tinged single titled “Up to Chance.”

The track is one of his many collaborations with fellow Canadian producer Kieran Cousins, who is also his high school friend, and the duo sure brings something refreshing to the forefront.  The soundscape is a mix of future-RnB, electronic/pop, and hip-hop and showcases Edisunn’s storytelling and singing skills. here, he takes us on a journey of blossoming love and all the weird emotions that come with the territory. He approaches thhe topic with a very fun-filled demeanor and doesn’t go overboard with the syrupy vibes. It’s quite engaging and head-nodding too.

“Up to Chance” is taken from Edisunn and Kieran Cousins’s project Thinking Over-Thinking. This E.P., along with all of their other work, attempts to create a sound that is reflective of their separate musical influences and experiences.

Canadian rapper and songwriter Edisunn is the newest artist to join the scene from the new school, packaged with a refreshing balance of captivating melodies and lyrically complex rapping. Some of the artists that inspire his unique sound include Mac Miller, Anderson Paak., Immortal Technique, Kendrick Lamar, and many others.

Get it on Apple Music.

Keep up with  Edisunn | Soundcloud: Spotify: Instagram

YG Announces Upcoming Album "MY LIFE 4HUNNID"

YG is gearing up to warm up the fall season with a brand new banger. The rapper has been slowly unleashing new music over the course of 2020 with tracks like “Swag” and the socially-charged BLM tribute, “FTP.” Though his West Coast bops have soundtracked several summers, it looks like this October, he’ll be blessing fans with his brand new project titled, MY LIFE 4HUNNID. The rapper announced the project earlier today along with the visuals for his new single, “EQUINOX” ft. the latest artist to sign to his label, Day Sulan. MY 4HUNNID LIFE is due out on October 2nd through Def Jam. Check out the video to the new single below. 

It appears that the rapper has changed the title of his album. The rapper announced earlier in the year that the title of his fifth studio album would be Laugh Now Kry Later following the release of the then-title single.

While YG has been steadily cooking up for his fifth LP, he unleashed a slew of other singles over the course of the year. Amid his on-and-off relationship with Kehlani, they teamed up for their Valentine’s Day release, “Konclusions.” Additionally, he dropped off a few solid collaborations including his contribution to Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power 2020 Remix” ft. Nas, Black Thought, Rapsody, and more.

Realio Sparkzwell – “Bloody Luciano” Prod. By Clypto (Album)

Check out this new album by NY’s very own Realio Sparkzwell titled “Bloody Luciano“.   It’s a 14 track LP produced entirely by Cali producer Clypto. It’s a solid body of work with mafioso-based street raps, over lush, cinematic production.  Follow him on Instagram @realiosparkz.

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 Edisunn leaves it “Up to Chance”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Toronto based indie act, Edisunn makes his way to our site with a retro-tinged single titled “Up to Chance.”

The track is one of his many collaborations with fellow Canadian producer Kieran Cousins, who is also his high school friend, and the duo sure brings something refreshing to the forefront.  The soundscape is a mix of future-RnB, electronic/pop, and hip-hop and showcases Edisunn’s storytelling and singing skills. here, he takes us on a journey of blossoming love and all the weird emotions that come with the territory. He approaches thhe topic with a very fun-filled demeanor and doesn’t go overboard with the syrupy vibes. It’s quite engaging and head-nodding too.

“Up to Chance” is taken from Edisunn and Kieran Cousins’s project Thinking Over-Thinking. This E.P., along with all of their other work, attempts to create a sound that is reflective of their separate musical influences and experiences.

Canadian rapper and songwriter Edisunn is the newest artist to join the scene from the new school, packaged with a refreshing balance of captivating melodies and lyrically complex rapping. Some of the artists that inspire his unique sound include Mac Miller, Anderson Paak., Immortal Technique, Kendrick Lamar, and many others.

Get it on Apple Music.

Keep up with  Edisunn | Soundcloud: Spotify: Instagram

Sade Fans Jump To Her Defense After She's Compared To Jhené Aiko

Sade Adu is one of the most beautiful singers ever and she would likely only have good things to say about Jhené Aiko but, after one person compared the legend to Jhené on Twitter, her fans took offense and jumped to remind everyone of how great she really is.

Trending on Twitter right now is Sade as her fans defend her honor against one person who claimed that she and Jhené Aiko are one and the same.

“Sade is thin & light skinned & was humming on them tracks. At least Jhené gives us DRAMA,” wrote one controversial poster on social media, taking credit for the current Sade trend. 

Needless to say, people were not impressed with this take. Nobody is taking anything away from Jhené, who has had an incredible career to date and also has an angelic voice, but people are not putting up with the Sade slander.

I know you didn’t just compare this Sade Adu to Jhene Aiko,” white one popular response with a video of the iconic singer doing her thing on stage. “I know y’all not comin for Sade Adu. I know I heard that wrong,” chimed in Halle Berry. “Sade‘ slander? On this land?” asked Matthew A. Cherry.

The 61-year-old singer has not reacted to the trend.


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Do you think it’s fair to compare Sade and Jhené?

 Edisunn leaves it “Up to Chance”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Toronto based indie act, Edisunn makes his way to our site with a retro-tinged single titled “Up to Chance.”

The track is one of his many collaborations with fellow Canadian producer Kieran Cousins, who is also his high school friend, and the duo sure brings something refreshing to the forefront.  The soundscape is a mix of future-RnB, electronic/pop, and hip-hop and showcases Edisunn’s storytelling and singing skills. here, he takes us on a journey of blossoming love and all the weird emotions that come with the territory. He approaches thhe topic with a very fun-filled demeanor and doesn’t go overboard with the syrupy vibes. It’s quite engaging and head-nodding too.

“Up to Chance” is taken from Edisunn and Kieran Cousins’s project Thinking Over-Thinking. This E.P., along with all of their other work, attempts to create a sound that is reflective of their separate musical influences and experiences.

Canadian rapper and songwriter Edisunn is the newest artist to join the scene from the new school, packaged with a refreshing balance of captivating melodies and lyrically complex rapping. Some of the artists that inspire his unique sound include Mac Miller, Anderson Paak., Immortal Technique, Kendrick Lamar, and many others.

Get it on Apple Music.

Keep up with  Edisunn | Soundcloud: Spotify: Instagram