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After releasing three powerful singles over the summer, Toronto rapper and singer Ekelle drops her highly anticipated “Hood Pop” EP. Produced by B.Morales, this contemporary 5-song EP takes listeners on a smooth, musical journey.
Toronto-based multi-genre artist and songwriter Ekelle shares ‘Why,’ a breakup song that isn’t the kind where you stay down forever.
Ekelle's Dropped has been added to the Fall Playlist!
PLAYLIST: FALL 2020 VOL. I
It is quite possible this is the most massive collection of music I have released to your ears yet! Take a listen, there is something for everyone to enjoy!
Ekelle is a multi-genre artist and songwriter from Toronto. Ekelle rhymes about what she knows best: her real-life experience! Money, sex, drama and identity stir together to create a style that she calls Hood Pop – Popular music with a street edge. Hood Pop combines elements of hip hop, pop music and R&B.
Ekelle is a multi-genre artist and songwriter from Toronto who rhymes about what she knows best: her real-life experience. Money, sex, drama, and identity stir together to create a style that she calls Hood Pop – popular music with a street edge.
Ekelle releases audio for her new single, 'Why'
Virtual 12-hour program of installations, performances & talks, curated by William Huffman, 401’s Curator, Special Projects.
Happy Friday, everyone!
It is once again the best day of the week where we can all wind down and take a beat to recover from the work week and slide our way into some new tunes.
Tiempo de sumar r&b al playlist.
Ekelle, nos comparte su reciente creación. La cantante, buscará colarse entre tus artistas favoritos y tratar de ambientar tu rutina con Why, su reciente material.
New single, “Dropped,” is based on Ekelle’s true story of her 2015 false arrest under suspicion of drug trafficking.
Ekelle Drops 'Dropped'
Ekelle released this epic new track called “Dropped” Ekelle is a multi-genre artist and songwriter from Toronto who rhymes about what she knows best – her real life experiences.
With the fight for racial equality taking off across the globe Toronto rapper Ekelle lends her vocals and some bars to ‘Dropped’, produced by B. Morales, along with visuals by Jordan Randall.
Ekelle’s latest release “Dropped” blend hip-hop and R&B elements to describe the artist’s personal experience being falsely arrested by police.
What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here. Ekelle is an artist who is inspired by many things! “I make songs that don’t necessarily fit into one genre,” Ekelle tells Eat This Music in our interview about her newest single, ‘Dropped‘, “so I created my own, it’s called Hood Pop – Popular music with a street edge.
Ekelle is speaking out about her experience with police interaction and it is time to listen.
Ekelle is a multi-genre artist and songwriter from Toronto. Ekelle rhymes about what she knows best: her real-life experience!
Ekelle Releases ‘Dropped’ Single Out Now & Video
Ekelle is a Toronto-based musician who was pulled into the law enforcement machinery in error. Her song “Dropped” deals with therefore being treated like a criminal, but also with the joy of getting out of this in the end. Ekelle gives some background:
Toronto-based artist Ekelle just released her new powerful single and music video, ‘Dropped,’ at a significant time in history.
Playing an integral role in the evolution of hip hop, Toronto, Canada rapper Ekelle stays true to her identity with her latest single/video “Gimmie” produced by B. Morales, from her upcoming EP due Summer 2020.
Fresh off releasing her single "Dark Skin & Tattoos," Toronto rapper Ekelle continues to empower women in the music industry with her EP of the same title Dark Skin & Tattoos. The 8-track EP encapsulates female empowerment, whether it's capturing the intricacies of love on "Dark Skin & Tattoos," to reclaiming herself in "Throw Them Dollaz," the spellbinding boss lady EP explores the many crevasses of what women go through on the daily.
Toronto rapper Ekelle embarks on her latest journey as she teases us with her new single ‘Dark Skin & Tattoos’ a teaser off her upcoming EP under the same title.
In light of the recent global power surge to the Black Lives Matter movement and Gay Rights movement I think more than ever it’s extremely important to show who we are.
Unearthing her deepest and darkest thoughts, dripping with sombre colours and a splash of street culture, Ekelle’s ‘Dark Skin & Tattoos’ is a song about the worst type of heartbreak imaginable – betrayal.
We had a chat with the Toronto based artist, Ekelle. She has recently released a single entitled “Love Killa” which was part of her One Song a Month campaign where she was releasing one new song onto her music platforms each month until her debut project drops in Winter of 2018. Find out more about Ekelle below in our newest segment of Five Questions With!
Body positive Canadian rapper Ekelle demands our attention with visuals for her new single Dark Skin & Tattoos.
Fresh off the heels of her debut solo EP “Dark Skin & Tattoos”, Ekelle returns with her summer anthem “Come With Me”. This track is all about Summer love - meeting that special person on vacation and having things go perfectly. We may not all go on vacation, but Summer has a way of making even your everyday surroundings seem a bit more exciting.
Unapologetically pushing through the industry with her straight-up lyrical punches, Ekelle reclaims herself with her debut EP “Dark Skin & Tattoos” accompanied by visuals for her pro-ho single/video “Throw Them Dollaz”, which we’ve selected as our DOPEST Video of the Week.
In keeping with the theme of women empowerment, her EP and single ‘Throw Them Dollaz’ highlights her struggles of being a women in the music industry and the judgement she encountered.
Ekelle gives a personal but short interview with industry partner and friend, K3nn3dy.