Mission Statement

"H3 stands for the manifestation of hip hop in all of its various forms. Practically, H3 will throw events, support individual artists, endorse causes, and participate in any medium that propagates hip hop as a culture and art-form. H3 is the physical instantiation of hip hop and lives through the creative efforts of its individual members working together towards common goals. H3 creates hip hop – we live hip hop – we are hip hop."

Friday, February 25, 2011


Official Ultimate MC WEBSITE

Official Toronto Finalist FACEBOOK GROUP

The finalists for tonight's Ultimate MC Toronto Semi-Final have been selected and the battle is on! The finalists are: Charron, Diaz, Kaliente, Lokust, Po Rich, Q, Sinotra, and White Fang.

H3 got it's money on White Fang FTW!

8 MCs from four Canadian cities (Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, and Vancouver) will be competing in individual semi-finals, after which the winner from each city will compete for $5000 + a Record deal with CP Records!

The event is supposed to be "Freestyle Off The Top" in terms of battle-types (i.e. no pre-written verses)...so we'll see how much actual freestyling takes place! Here's hoping that the guest judges, Royce 5'9 (Shady Records), Organik (King of the Dot), and Cash (CP Records) will take freestyling ability and versatility into account in judging the battles.


FrameBlender, Stylus, CP Records, AUX TV Present:
Brought to you by: Manifesto


Lee’s Palace 529 Bloor Street West

Hosted by Bishop Brigante

DJ: DJ Law & DJ Musiklee Inzane

$10 Tickets $15 Doors
Open 8pm. Battle Starts 9pm



Tickets available at: Play De Record, Soundscapes, Slinky (MOOG),www.ticketpicket.com

Supporting Partners:
King of the Dot
Never Forgive Action
Droppin Knowledge
The Cypher
Moog Audio Logo
CP Records
Roundtable Ent.
Real Frequency

Saturday, February 5, 2011



New Monthly Event, The Cypher, is Filling the Void in Toronto’s Hip Hop Community

Toronto-born organization, Hip Hop Headz (H3), is determined to build a permanent monument on the GTA’s hip hop landscape.

“Hip Hop culture manifests through the creative self-expression of individuals who embody its spirit in their respective art forms. This power of spontaneous creativity, the unification of a community for the great purpose that is Hip Hop, happens at The Cypher.” – H3

Toronto, ON – Feb. 2, 2011 – The main goal of The Cypher is to preserve and contribute to the expression of hip hop’s fundamental elements by allowing local artists to showcase their unique talents and skills. Any artist who shows up has the opportunity to perform in cyphers, which are literally a circle of MCs/rappers each taking a few minutes on the mic, either freestyling or reciting written verses, and then passing it on to the next performer. All MCs get the opportunity to perform along-side each other regardless of skill level or amount of experience, a feature of The Cypher which levels the playing field for artists while still allowing the most talented performers an opportunity to stand out and be recognized. To date, over a hundred artists have participated in The Cypher from the GTA and beyond. While primarily started as an MC-focused event, The Cypher has evolved to more equally emphasize other hip hop elements such as DJing, beat-boxing, live instrumental production, and is expanding to get the involvement of the break-dancing community.

Lack of cohesion, lack of support, lack of unity – these terms are just a few of the descriptors that fit the view of many artists in Toronto’s hip hop community. Specifically for young MCs/rappers – an abundance of which has created an over-saturated market – Toronto can be a difficult environment for artists looking to perform, shine, and have their voices heard. It is partially in response to these unmet needs thatHip Hop Headz (H3) (an organization founded by local artist MC FÜBB) created The Cypher – a monthly event that gives any artist who shows up and opportunity to perform, network, practice and master their craft.

There are also a few spots reserved at The Cypher for featured artists to perform their own sets; featured artists have included Toronto nativeMindbender (Urbnet Records), Durham Region’s Sha Prince and Flex (aka The Antiheroes, 9-0 Nickel Entertainement), and numerous other local acts. All cyphers occur over music supplied by a live DJ spinning hip hop instrumentals; featured DJs have included Toronto legend DJ Grouch (Turnstylez DJ Crew, Scratchlab Institute). Local producers also have an opportunity to have their music played at The Cypher; up and coming Toronto artist Rich Kidd (production credits for Billy Danze feat. Busta Rhymes, Frank n Dank, Saukrates, K-OS, and dozens more) was recently featured and showcased his beats for MCs to rap over.

The Cypher takes place on the second Wednesday of every month at Augusta House (152a Augusta Avenue). The next instalment of The Cypher takes place on Weds. Feb. 9 and is featuring DJ P-Plus (Flow 93.5 – The Real Frequency, appearances on BET, MuchMusic, P3 Entertainment).

Official promo video for The Cypher: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnDLuuf1dX0

Facebook page for The Cypher: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=144109485785

Hip Hop Headz (H3) website: http://www.theh3.com/

For all inquiries, please contact:

Daniel Farb aka MC FÜBB
Hip Hop Headz (H3) Founder


Friday, February 4, 2011

H3 Artist Noyz feat. Sikh Knowledge - Definition (prod. by Sikh Knowledge)

Insanely dope track you NEED to check out and put on repeat. Great production, deep lyrics - overall powerful song. "What it is, what it was, what it will be..." CHECK IT!