The Diaz sisters were raised in Paris on dreams of their father’s Cuba. Now that the island is opening up, they’re unfurling the roots of return.
Traverse a universe of funk with the Toronto producer’s cheerful selection.
One half of the Frap Boyz steps out with a new visual.
The Cali musician brings the feelings on the lead single from his upcoming album.
The Montreal rapper plays a more brolic Steve Jobs than Michael Fassbender.
One of the most intriguing voices from last year’s 99.9% makes a slowed-down introduction.
“Llevo bajo mi piel sangre que cruzó mares para ser esclavo.”
In beautiful, frigid, Fermont, Quebec, there’s a real life northern Wall — no Game of Thrones.
Kaytranada, A Tribe Called Red, Grimes, Drake, and The Weeknd also won at the non-televised gala.
It’s the Canadian singer-songwriter’s sixth record.
The Canadian producer delivers a minimalist mix of modern R&B, and a couple of premieres too.