July 26th, 2013
Last weekend, the UNITY Festival hit Toronto, proving to be bigger and better than ever. The annual event promotes the urban arts, such as hip-hop, break-dancing and beat-boxing, culminating in a one-day concert spotlighting some of the city’s rising stars. RapCity was there again this year, to check out the all-day free event featuring Canada’s […]
July 15th, 2013
Okay, so T-RexXx always claims that he’s “strictly 4 his Jeep,” but on a recent episode of RapCity, we took our host to Exotic Car Tours, so we could see if any of their fast rides could change his mind. An Aston Martin, a couple Ferraris, a Lamborghini Murciélago, a Nissan GT-R, and even a […]
July 12th, 2013
Back in March, RapCity had the opportunity to go behind the scenes of P. Reign’s video shoot for his single, “We Them N*****” (see below). The timing couldn’t have been more perfect, as A$AP Rocky, who also appears on the track, was in town performing with Rihanna. The Harlem superstar joined Toronto’s brightest new hope […]
July 5th, 2013
T-RexXx is strictly 4 his Jeep, but this week he’s in the market for something a little higher end. RapCity hits Exotic Car Tours in Oakville for a little one on one time with T-RexXx and some of the fastest cars on the planet. To help T-RexXx pick his summer whip we’ll also play some […]
May 23rd, 2013
Hip-hop and sneakers have always gone hand-in-hand, and so it makes complete sense for Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum to bring an exhibit that combines the two cultures. Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture features everything from Kanye West’s Louis Vuitton collaboration to T-RexXx’s all-time favourite kicks, the Ewing 33 Hi.
May 21st, 2013
On this week’s episode of RapCity, we visit Bata Shoe Museum’s Out of the Box exhibit and trace the origins of sneaker culture and how it intersected with hip-hop, featuring sketches from the greatest designer ever, Tinker Hatfield, to the greatest hip-hop sneaker designer of all-time, Kanye West, and his collaboration with Louis Vuitton. We […]
March 7th, 2013
If there is an example of a “dreamchaser” coming true, it’s Meek Mill. Crossing North America on his Dreams Come True tour, the Philadelphian stopped in Toronto to chat with RapCity host T-RexXx about achieving those dreams, enjoying the rap game and the money that comes from it, staying to true to rapping about his […]
February 14th, 2013
We’re still celebrating Black History Month, and one of the locations with the most impact on black culture is Harlem, New York. On this week’s RapCity, T-RexXx explores the neighbourhood and its importance through the two biggest exports: music (A$AP Rocky, Vinny Cha$e) and food, courtesy of Toronto’s own Harlem Restaurant.