REPORT: 43-Year-Old Man Arrested for Sexual Abuse of Minors Found His Victims At Raves
A 43-year-old man has been arrested by Toronto police in reference to youngster intercourse abuse instances. It’s believed that Christopher Pulleynn of Mississauga used digital dance music occasions to fulfill underage victims for years.
He has been linked to intercourse crimes that passed off between April 2010 to December 2013. According to the report, Pulleyn “frequented the rave celebration scene and will have had contact with folks throughout the province of Ontario.”
Pulleyn reportedly faces 13 prices, “together with two counts of invitation to sexual touching, 4 counts of sexual assault and 4 counts of sexual interference.”
Anyone with additional data on this particular person is urged to contact police at 416-808-8500 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
Stream Smoke Dawg's Posthumous Project "Struggle Before Glory" Ft. Giggs, Jay Critch & More
Lais Breaks The "Sad Boy" Mold On His New Project "SESSIION"
Lais has been via hell and again in keeping with the “First” quantity on his new launch SESSIION. The mission has been within the works for roughly two years because it was introduced social media. The album noticed 5 completely different revisions earlier than it reached the combination and grasp room. Lais is a self-described tireless employee, so think about the rigor he went via. It’s arduous sufficient to remain seated in a set place for greater than 2 hours at a time, however Lais has a successful mentality.
The success of SESSIION depended solely on his skill to maintain the mission strewn via the various adjustments and diversion he underwent. People marvel why music critics delve into the psyche of the artist once they assessment R&B, however the materials is deeply private, nearly by design. SESSIION isn’t any completely different, just like the previous document within the sequence, there’s an earnest hope that the emotional enchantment of his music is cared for and handled accordingly.
Stream Devontée's Varied & Consistent "Head Gone"
Devontee has been representing Toronto’s island-influenced style and slang for years with tracks like “Bless” and “Bare Tings” even as others, like Drake (“Blem”), claim credit for putting the city and its blend of slang on the map. Now, though, Devontée is set to receive the credit he deserves with his first album Head Gone, where he shows just how deep his Toronto and island roots run. He says: “the term Head Gone stems from my Jamaican father’s reggae/dancehall influence,” an influence that shows on several tracks on the album. He features a true Toronto OG, Kardinal Offishall, on the song “Real Rudebwoy,” but switches up the style song-by-song to keep it fresh, even tapping into a Swae-Lee falsetto on “Fross.”
It’s worth mentioning that Devontée’s path to a full-length project is hilariously star-studded with NBA players:
Is this Devontée’s big break? Decide for yourself and stream the full album below:
KILLY Is On A "KILLSTREAK" On His Latest EP
KILLY’s gained quite the buzz over the past few months. The Toronto rapper first made waves with his single, “KILLAMANJARO” before dropping off a slew of other singles that gained major buzz in not only Toronto but, in the underground hip-hop scene in general. Earlier this year, he came through with his debut project, Surrender Your Soul. The project arrived in early March and today, he follows it up with his latest EP, KILLSTREAK.
KILLY returns with five new tracks for his fans on his new project, KILLSTREAK. The project arrives after two major collabs in the past month with Yung Bans and Wondagurl. KILLSTREAK arrives just in time before the rapper touches the stage at Rolling Loud’s Bay Area edition this weekend. It’s another strong project from KILLY. We’re excited to hear what else he has up his sleeve.
Stream GNA's "Trinity Vol. 1"
Toronto RnB artist GNA has been working hard. As she puts it on the first song of her new EP, “it’s been a minute since I been outside,” but the work is starting to pay off with a new string of releases all under the name Trinity, so “raise your glasses high to the North sky.”
The series will be released in four parts of three songs each and hopefully numbers 2, 3 and 4 are as consistent as the first instalment. “BAM (Been A Minute),” “Refund” and “Loyalty” are all different enough to be exciting while retaining a unified EP-wide vibe. “Loyalty” (featuring Sizzla) is the standout, starting off with piano that almost sounds like Elton John and then seamlessly transitioning into a Rihanna-esque Caribbean pop banger.
In the past GNA has gotten a co-sign from fellow Torontonian Tory Lanez on “Bad Boy” and is set to be getting another feature from him on of the upcoming volumes of Trinity.Stay tuned for the next instalments of Trinity and in the meantime, stream Trinity Vol. 1 below:
Clairmont The Second Flies Through With "Gheeze" Music Video
The young artist is on a steady rise.
Clairmont The Second came through with some soaring visuals for “Gheeze.” The production, which was directed by the entertainer himself, wields split-screen cuts and various styles of framing to complement his flow. Watch the rap artist fly through the sky as he spits his bars.
“Gheeze” comes off his latest project entitled Lil Mont from the Ave, which came out in 2017.
The 20-year-old artist is making great strides in his professional career, getting recognition from his peers well as other music industry entities. We spotted him as one of the young artists to watch last year and he’s proving our tastemakers right.
The Toronto artist has been on the road with the likes of SonReal and has shared the stage with fan favorites such as Goldlink, Lil Yachty, and HARRISON. His project Lil Mont from the Ave was recently nominated by the Juno Awards for the Rap Recording of The Year.
Honey C Burns Hiatus with "Wildfire" EP Release
Honey Cocaine just dropped her latest project, Wildfire. For the past 3 months, fans have been bumping to her music video for empowering anthem called “No Time” and are primed to welcome her EP with open arms.
The release comes as a relief for the artist as well. Honey opened up to XXL about the struggle she rose above to complete the project.
The trials have made the Toronto chick stronger.
1. “Woke Up Feelin”
2. “Whole Lotta Shit”
4. “Two Cents”
5. “No Time”
6. “Yea Yea”
8. “Chain Smoking”
9. “Str8 Up”
10. “Light it Up”
11. “Wildfire (Bonus Track) “
CMDWN Connects With Chief Keef, Lil Wop, & More On "Atlanada 2"
Today has been filled with high-profile releases from YG, Travis Scott, Mac Miller, and others. Refusing to get lost in the shuffle, CMDWN Collective members Ca$tro Guapo and Fiji came through with their original flavor, once again combining both of their city’s sounds to create the second part of their Atlanada series. The bi-national duo brings Atlanta and Toronto together, bringing along a few of their closest friends for the ride.
With features spots allotted to Key!, KILLY, Lil Wop, Pressa, and more, CMDWN brings along some of the hottest up-and-coming talents from their respective hometowns. Of course, Chief Keef makes an appearance near the beginning of the project on “Roxanne.” Atlanada 2 is one of the group’s most interesting works to date with stellar production being the real standout. Peep the tracklist below and let us know your favorite song from it in the comments.
2. Roxanne (feat. Chief Keef)
4. Wtf Is That?! (feat. Key!)
5. Miss Me
6. Pockets Full
7. Hit & Run (feat. Lil Wop)
8. Icey (feat. KILLY)
9. Die In Supreme (feat. Nessly)
10. Paul Walker
11. Diamond Test (feat. Pressa)
12. bool (feat. Lil Berete)
13. Lucky Charms
14. GANG UNIVERSE (RVPTOR’S WORLD)
Drake "In My Feelings" Video Cements It As Song Of The Summer: Watch
Drake has officially dropped the new video for “In My Feelings.”
With the “In My Feelings” challenge still being attempted by men and women trying to go viral, Drake has himself another hit. However, this one was a little surprising since it tends to be a random cut from the less-popular side of Scorpion. Regardless, it still packs the star power that Drake will always bring around with him and has been sitting comfortably atop the Billboard charts for a few weeks. With the hype still inevitably real for the track, now is perhaps the best time to release the official music video, which Drake has just done.
Shot down in New Orleans as spotted a couple weeks ago, the Karena Evans-directed clip stars a slew of public figures, including La La Anthony as Drake’s love interest Keke and Phylicia Rashad as her mother. In addition to that, Shiggy, who helped propel the song to the top of the charts thanks to the “In My Feelings” challenge, also makes a cameo, as well as Yung Miami of the City Girls and Big Freedia. It follows up his latest video for “Nonstop,” which just dropped last week.
Check out the official video (above) and sound off in the comments. Scorpion available now on iTunes.