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."

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Audimatic (The Audible Doctor & maticulous) - Broken Cup

Some soulful hip hop out of the Brown Bag AllStars camp from Audimatic (the duo of The Audible Doctor and maticulous). These guys are putting out some good music...keep ya ears open!

The first official release by Audimatic & the second single by maticulous off of "The maticulous EP" featuring The Audible Doctor, production by maticulous. Directed by Bludainian Banks. You can purchase a physical/digital copy of "The maticulous EP" here: http://maticulo.us/x5EWgw

FenaxiZ - Golden Age

H3 Family FenaxiZ coming with the nostalgic stees with the first single from his upcoming album, Vintage, which is scheduled for release in July 2012. There's an overall boom-bap feel to the the track, from FenaniZ's punchy flows and visceral lyrical images, to the banging production and sharp cuts courtesy of DJ Incise. Very old school, vintage feel to the visuals in the video. This one is drenched in 90's hip hop flavour:

In the official music video for "Golden Age," Toronto rapper FenaxiZ takes his audience on a journey back in time as he reminisces on his experiences growing up in the city's East end. From snapback hats and Starter Jackets to 1993 Blue Jay pennants, "Golden Age" presents a number of throwback memorabilia that any Hip-Hop head who grew up in the 80s and 90s will appreciate. Produced by DJ Incise, this single is the first release off the upcoming FenaxiZ album Vintage, which is due to be released in July 2012. 

Directed & Edited by The Canonboyz (www.canonboyz.com)

For more information on FenaxiZ, visit:


For booking information, guest appearances, collaborations, and other inquiries, please contact info@fenaxiz.com

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Event: GZA + Masta Killa in Toronto - March 2, 2012

------Origin-iLL Presents: GZA & Masta Killa (From the Wu-Tang Clan)-------

• GZA will be rocking Toronto along side Masta Killa. 
• This is Masta Killa's first ever concert appearance in Toronto

Music by: Award Winning DJ Law

Opening Performances by: The Cypher (www.thecypher.ca)

Hosted by: Rock Da House

Advance Tickets: $30+tax

Get your tickets online at:

Or buy them in person from

Play De Record - 357 Yonge Street 
Soundscapes - 572 College Street
Rock Da House Barber Shop & Spa - 100 Bond Street
Miami Fades - 10239 Yonge Street

(This is a 19+ event)

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Mazaman - Black Is

Inspirational track from Toronto-based emcee/producer Mazaman, with great visuals courtesy of Big Sproxx. Looking forward to hearing more from Mazaman. Take it in:

"And if we all close our eyes we see one thing... BLACK!"

Toronto ON,

Following his last single "Morning Breeze" Toronto based Producer/Emcee Mazaman is back at it again with his new single "Black Is".
Mazaman sheds light on his rendition of the word black while celebrating the history and legacies of the world's first people.

Directed and edited by Big Sproxx for Freedom Writers/Proletarian Music.

Free Download of "Black Is" @ http://www.mazaman.com/fr_music.cfm

Youtube = Mazamanhd
Facebook = Mazaman
Twitter = @mazamann
Bookings and inquiries = mazamanmusic@gmail.com
Video inquiries = sproxx16@gmail.com

Monday, February 13, 2012

The Antiheroes (Flex x Sha Prince) - Everyday (Featuring Daxflow)

New video for "Everyday" from The Antiheroes feat. Daxflow, touching on everyday struggles and pains of the past. Off their FREE album, This is freeDUMB.

taken from the the full length LP "This Is FreeDUMB"
download for FREE @ http://theantiheroes.bandcamp.com
written by: Flex, Sha Prince, Dax Flow
produced by: Beatwyze
cuts by: DJ Docta 
directed and edited by: Ryan Long
H&R Black FILMS 2012
facebook: The Antiheroes

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Phonte - The Good Fight

This song is epic for anyone trying to live their dreams and dealing with harsh reality of how damn hard it is to make a living off of those dreams. And now there's a video to go along with it directed by Kenneth Price! Got this one on repeat:

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

New Heatery: J Shiltz x MC FÜBB x Wordsworth - Take Notice


(Toronto, ON) - Take Notice. Up and coming Toronto hip hop emcees J Shiltz  and MC FÜBB (The Cypher, Hip Hop Headz/H3) and NYC veteranWordsworth (eMC) have come together over a banging instrumental by Juno-nominated producer Fresh Kils and collaborator Bix. With cuts courtesy of Halifax DJ Uncle Fester (The Extremities), listeners can expect a metaphorical massacre of brilliant lyrics, an awe-inspiring display of flows, and distinct deliveries from these three masterful microphone controllers.
It’s become an almost cliché complaint of hip hop music lovers that the rap scene is saturated with a plethora of artists, making it hard to find real talent amidst the mire of unexceptional music that is released. With Take Notice, J Shiltz, MC FÜBB, and Wordsworth are making it clear that they have the skills necessary to stand out and excel in the rap industry (and demanding that those who aren’t up to par quit rapping). Hip hop heads everywhere need to Take Notice - this year they will get the music they deserve.

Artists: J Shiltz, MC FÜBB, and Wordsworth (@JShiltz @MCFUBB @WordsworthEMC)
Song: Take Notice
Produced by: Fresh Kils and Bix (@freshkils @BixBeats)
Cuts by: Uncle Fester (@TheExtremities)
Mixed and mastered by: Fresh Kils
Promo image by: Kid Slim

About the Artists
                J Shiltz
J Shiltz is a Mississauga City/Toronto MC who has been gaining notoriety for years on the underground circuit. A long time in the making, his first solo offering, What I Stand For, is certainly worth the wait. The album boasts production from Kev Brown, Rich Kidd, Lancecape, Smash Brovaz, and Philly's own Twizzmatic. The album also features guest appearances from Illa J, Frank Nitt, Monolith, SonReal, and more. What I Stand For is a manifestation and testament to the past, present, and future of Canadian hip-hop. Word about the album is getting out, with two music videos featured on MuchVibe and a feature on the Stylus Awards “Who’s Got Next” CD. The album is available for free download at http://jshiltz.bandcamp.com
                 MC FÜBB
Rapping since the age of 15, MC FÜBB (pronounced "emcee foob") began taking his career as a hip hop MC seriously after graduating from the University of Toronto in the spring of 2009. In Sept. 2009 he dropped his debut EP Foundations, and followed up with his mixtape Blue Collar Worker in May 2010. He founded a hip hop community called Hip Hop Headz (H3) with which he started the event THE CYPHER, where MCs/rappers come out to showcase their talents and skills. In collaboration with his fellow H3 members, THE CYPHER has grown to become a staple hip hop event in Toronto, one which FÜBB hosts and freestyles at monthly. His first full length LP In the Face of No Agreement, a collaboration with Brampton producer Noyz, was released in April 2011 under his self-owned label Revolutionary Times Records (RTR). In December of 2011, FÜBB created H3 Radio (in collaboration with internet radio company Mediazoic), a station which plays only the highest quality hip hop with an emphasis on Toronto hip hop. Whether laying down his poetic, intelligent, and intricate verses in the booth or just freestyling in a cypher, MC FÜBB brings a level of intensity and skill to be reckoned with in the world of hip hop. He is currently busy releasing new singles and music videos, while working on his next project, the poet. For more info, check out:www.mcfubb.com
As his name suggests, Brooklyn-bred artist Wordsworth is the epitome of a true hip hop wordsmith. In addition to appearing on a multitude of other artists' albums, such as Black StarA Tribe Called Quest: The Love Movement, and Lyricist Lounge Vols. 1 and 2, he co-created, starred in, co-wrote and produced MTV's ground-breaking sketch comedy series The Lyricist Lounge Show.  Since then he has released his acclaimed solo album titled Mirror Music and featured work in video games such as Saints Row to movie soundtracks such as The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. Also, some of his recent works include The Dino 5, a children's hip hop album produced by legendary producer Prince Paul. In the midst of that, he released an album called The Show with his supergroup eMC, which consist of members Stricklin, Punchline and Masta Ace. He also appears in the Kevin Fitzgerald film Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme. His sophomore album is being released later this year.

For further information, contact Daniel Farb at 647-201-9161 or email mcfubb@gmail.com


Sunday, February 5, 2012

Noyz - Randy Savage

Peep the video for the Randy Savage dedication track by H3 Fam Noyz. Noyz and friends showing that hip hop can be fun AND lyrical without compromising quality.

Noyz is cooking up a new LP called Degrees of Freedom, which will be dropping sometime this year. Stay posted for that!

Saturday, February 4, 2012

MC FÜBB - 60 Bars (You Ain't Hip Hop) [prod. by Noyz]

Coming at you with that RAWWWW. FÜBB's second video off of his LP, In the Face of No Agreement. Watch out clown rappers!
Free track download + lyrics here: http://mcfubb.bandcamp.com/track/60-bars-you-aint-hip-hop

Written and performed by MC FÜBB. 
Produced by Noyz.
Video shot and edited by Neil Austen.
Additional footage by Slick Nick. 

60 Bars (You Ain't Hip Hop) is track #3 off of MC FÜBB's album, "In the Face of No Agreement" (aka ITFONA), (produced exclusively by Noyz):http://mcfubb.bandcamp.com/album/in-the-face-of-no-agreement

Portuguese hip hop: Likido - Controlador de Ritmo (Rhythm Controller)

This is some dope music. I don't understand a single word of the Portuguese this man is speaking, but the production is jazzy with Latin flavour and the flows are tight (Likido self-produced the entire album). I did hear a "FUCK THE POLICE" on track #9 though, and that ensures that the content is relevant! Hip hop, like music, is a universal language. It's amazing to actually be able to enjoy rap songs without understanding the lyrics. Big ups to Likido!

Likido is a underground producer/MC from Portugal. A decade ago, his mentor Kilu taught him the basics of how to create a beat. It was the beginning of his strong relationship with music.
After seeing a skateboard film in which the protagonist walked the streets of New York at the sound of Miles Davis, the Jazz has become one of his biggest inspirations and one of the key elements in his production, sampling names like Nina Simone, John Coltrane, Louis Armstrong and many others.

His references are names like J Dilla, Madlib, DJ Premier, (among others legends) and he takes each of these influences to his music.  ''Controlador de Ritmo'' is an album about pursuing dreams and living through the struggles encountered on the way, with a classic soundtrack in the background. Real Hip-Hop!"

Important: The album is available for free download, but if you want to order a copy, please contact lkd_beats@hotmail.com 
Listen/download track by track: http://soundcloud.com/liquido-album/sets/liquido-controlador-de-ritmo
Full download: www.mediafire.com/?r1la4cizm78h51b

Mazaman - Morning Breeze

Very chillin new video from Mazaman, smooth production and great lyrics. Overall tight track, off his equally dope new album El Corazon - go cop that now off his site. Take it in:

Mazaman releases his long awaited Album "El Corazon".
For quite some time he's been creating this rhythmic tunnel
of sound that hits all angles. Mazaman has produced for other
artists (Kardinal Offishall ft.Lil Wayne, Nelly Furtado, to name a few)
he claims this trilogy will be the only 3 albums showing
his skills as a Emcee/Vocalist on his own Production. For "Morning Breeze"
DJ Pack and Downloads check out: http://www.mazaman.com/fr_home.cfm