New Video: Montreal Rapper BIG BRICC (Underground Realroad) 'Trash Talking ft. David Lee'; Out Now Debut Mixtape 'Journey Through The Lower City'
November 27, 2013
Montreal rapper Big Bricc (best known from duo Underground Realroad) has posted a new music video 'Trash Talking ft. David Lee' in support of his debut mixtape 'Journey Through The Lower City' released on November 15th, which local magazine Cult MTL named one of eight local rap records you need to hear! Read more at the following link: http://cultmontreal.com/2013/11/montreal-rap-records/
Video: Trash Talking ft. David Lee. Directed by: Will Gignac: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAcTa-Sx-_M
The mixtape is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD at www.BigBricc.com or http://tinyurl.com/nnl62st
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Track Listing: Journey Through The Lower City
2- Lime Light ft. Kirk Cage, Elonskee. Produced by SkinDeep,
3- Trash Talking ft. David Lee. Music Video Directed by: Will Gignac [Youtube]
4- Till Its Gone ft. Mr. Bits
5- Lower City
6- Basement ft. David Lee. Produced by Drex
7- The Mood ft. Darryl Good. Produced by Midflite (Australia)
8- Early In The Morning ft. L.E.S. Produced by Drex.
9- Pants Off Party – Produced by Mixwell
10- Refuge – Produced by Biz Rankin
11- Homie You Can’t See ft. Simone. Produced by SkinDeep [Youtube]
12- You Don’t Know – Written and Produced by Underground Realroad. Video Directed by: Jay Boivin
13- Lost The Keys: Featuring Dawnglez. Produced by FivePee
14- Unsigned Hype ft. David Lee, Dawglez. Produced by Jay D (Backpacker Music)
15- I Don’t Like HipHop ft. David Lee [Youtube]
16- Outro ft. David Lee
Mixed and Mastered by: Ayo at Studio DRX
Creative Director: Brian Finn
Executive Producer: Big Bricc & Pop Headwear
About: What started out as a therapeutic venture, solely worked on during breaks from duo Underground Realroad, has turned into a full-out journey for Montreal rapper Big Bricc.
One which served as inspiration for and was documented on his first-ever solo effort, 'The Journey Through the Lower City' mixtape.
“The music on this mixtape was conceived through my love for hip-hop and the desire to continue pushing the limits of my creativity,” says Bricc. “I speak of my own personal issues and focus less on the global state of hip-hop.”
Describing his first project without Underground Realroad’s second half, producer Drex, as “fun, lonely and inspiring”, Bricc explains, “The Lower City is a symbol of the Montreal culture and the areas of my upbringing, namely NDG, UPTOWN, the Plateau and the South Shore. The things I have done and the places I have lived have all been a direct influence on my life and music.”
All 16 Journey Through the Lower City tracks are best described with one word, though: Passionate.
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