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Toronto, ON - In Febuary, Toronto’s evening commuters may have witnessed an unexpected hip-hop video being filmed by the railroad tracks in the city’s West End. Toronto rapper Davee Jonez was performing his track Bettering for an upcoming video that was created and directed by the Dead Rappers Society.
Dead Rappers Society is an organization that helps at-risk young people express themselves through song-writing and music videos. DRS was founded by Ben Gregor and Geoffrey Okol, and works in conjunction with youth centres in the UK, South Africa, Canada and the US. DRS is helping great people make great films within their own communities. Three new videos will be premiered at the official launch of the scheme in March 2014.

 In Toronto, DRS has been working with Sketch is a community arts development initiative that engages young people, the homeless and those who are at-risk. “It’s awesome to be doing a DRS shoot here in Toronto, and Sketch are great people who do amazing work,” said Gregor, adding that he was really impressed with T-dot’s young Davee Jonez. “The snow and cold is a great contrast to our last video,” he said. Three weeks prior, Gregor and the DRS crew were in a township near Cape Town in South Africa, working with the kids of the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation Youth Centre. “All over the world there are amazing kids with stories to tell,” he said. “We just help those stories be heard.”

 You may already be familiar with Ben Gregor. He is the filmmaker behind the European hit street dance movie, All Stars, which was released last year. “DRS is my way of giving back to hip-hop, and it’s becoming the love of my life,” he said. “I can’t wait for people to see what we have made here at the launch of the scheme next month.” You can find images from Gregor’s different DRS shoots and details on how to check the videos from London, Cape Town and Los Angeles at




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The Weeknd's Final 2017 Merch Release 003 PART TWO

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The Weeknd announces the launch of his final merchandise release for 2017 with 003 PART TWO today on Following the success of his previous drops, #001, #002, Starboy, Starboy x Futura, both Starboy World Tour collections and the penultimate collection 003 PART ONE; the 003 PART TWO collection continues to evolve with new elevated styles for Fall/Winter including a custom cut baseball jacket and a coated wax anorak. The collection also features new graphics, camo patterns + new product styles such as a limited-edition rugby and a blood orange hoodie. The 14-piece collection arrives today at The Weeknd's official web store  as the Starboy: Legend of the Fall comes to an end December 14th in Perth, Australia. 
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Singer, songwriter, fashionista, and actress JUSTINE SKYE just shared the music video for her latest single “Don’t Think About It” on Complex
Watch it HERE.

Helmed by renowned director and choreographer Laurieann Gibson and Life Garland, the clip evokes classic nineties hip-hop and R&B videos with its impressive dance choreography and futuristic visual sensibility. “Don’t Think About It” is shaping up to be a signature hit for the songstress. It’s quickly nearing 1 million Spotify streams and simultaneously heating up at radio.

It also sets the stage for the release of her highly anticipated full-length debut, ULTRAVIOLET [Roc Nation/Republic Records]—arriving in stores and online January 19, 2018.

JUSTINE SKYE has been quietly and diligently inching towards the top of pop since 2014. Her 2016 EP 8 Ounces (executive produced by The Dream) earned praise from the likes of BillboardThe FaderGenius, and more as Wonderland Magazine proclaimed her a “musical prodigy on the rise.” H…