Young Art Records is the imprint launched by recording artist TOKiMONSTA in 2014. Since then, a host of artists have been included to the roster including Montreal producer, CRi.
His music defies predictable electronic pigeonholing, yet he has developed a signature of gently undulating synths, soaring vocal hooks and throbbing jolts of rhythm. Watch the visuals for his video now.
As part of his first ever world tour, Haitian-born, Montreal-raised producer KAYTRANADA recently announced he’ll be embarking on his first world tour.
His highly anticipated debut album ‘99.9%’ due May 6th via XL Recordings worldwide finds KAYTRANADA delivering on the promise of his early self-released EPs and remixes and he’ll be bringing his signature sounds to is to Australia and New Zealand, playing live shows bigger than ever before.
If you’ve been looking for a new artist or some new music to listen to, you’ve come to the right place.
And that new raw talent comes in the form of Montreal-based Kevin Celestin aka Kaytranada.
With firm roots in hip-hop and heavy electronic influences, he delivers melodic rap and dance grooves that anyone can get down to.
The influential producer is making his way down under for some exclusive shows with fellow Canadian beatmaker Ryan Hemsworth in August.
Kaytranada is an artist that makes my ears happy.
Most known for his re-flip of Janet Jackson’s ‘If’, the Montreal-based producer has once again dipped into Jackson’s back catalogue and produced some of his best work.
Check out his fresh spin of ‘What’s It Gonna Be?’ from Janet and Busta Rhymes as he brings you in with funky synths and a catchy bassline.
Sometimes life has us a little distracted with little things that we forget what is most important or what really matters.
On ‘All We Do’, Canadian producer Katrynada provides some perfectly blended beats as RnB singer JMSN croons about easily letting someone down because of the simple distractions of everyday life.
We’ve all been there.
Off of Kaytranada’s recent release, ‘Kaytra Todo’, listen to ‘All We Do’ and try to not relate to it.