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The Come Up Show

By The Come Up Show

The Come Up Show Podcast catches up with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, as well as the most promising up-and-comers, for in-depth interviews. Make sure to subscribe.

  1. 1.
    JD Era: Don’t be afraid to put up your own bread12/12/2018
    1:02:25
  2. 2.
    Devontée on how he dealt with depression and mixing his album "Head Gone" at Kevin Durant's house12/05/2018
    33:36
  3. 3.
    August Rigo: There are so many artists that are artists for the wrong reasons11/28/2018
    53:48
  4. 4.
    Gavin Sheppard on The Remix Project and classic Toronto music history!11/22/2018
    1:24:36
  5. 5.
    Shad on exploring fear in "A Short Story About A War"11/07/2018
    39:25
  6. 6.
    Odario on how extreme emotions contribute to great music10/31/2018
    48:56
  7. 7.
    Mahalia on the value of travel, being a mixed woman & more10/17/2018
    20:32
  8. 8.
    Lou Phelps on new album, being KAYTRANADA's brother & more10/03/2018
    42:47
  1. 9.
    Quake Matthews on quitting his job to pursue music and "Drinking Games"09/26/2018
    42:03
  2. 10.
    Tim North on "Fuck Luck", rebranding and songwriting placements09/19/2018
    37:42
  3. 11.
    Our Mac Miller interview when he was only 18 years old09/12/2018
    13:06
  4. 12.
    Just John: Run at your own pace09/05/2018
    48:38
  5. 13.
    Hezi shares top 3 cereals, touring with Clairmont the Second, and ambitions08/29/2018
    31:46
  6. 14.
    Maestro Fresh Wes: Toronto was a true underdog with an inferiority complex08/22/2018
    32:32
  7. 15.
    K. Forest on overthinking, working with Travis Scott, and taking risks08/15/2018
    41:38
  8. 16.
    G Milla- I make music because it’s a release08/08/2018
    33:48
  9. 17.
    Michie Mee: Hip-Hop is maturing and it’s about time07/25/2018
    21:29
  10. 18.
    Khadijah Lopez: Toronto has so much hidden talent. It's actually stressful.07/18/2018
    41:23
  11. 19.
    Kris the $pirit: The youth don't f** with nothing07/11/2018
    19:00
  12. 20.
    Nate Husser: Disrespect gets me so turnt06/27/2018
    33:04
  13. 21.
    Tre Mission: Pay me now or later but you’re gonna pay me06/20/2018
    1:14:38
  14. 22.
    FrancisGotHeat: I never really had a plan, I just picked up my bags and left06/13/2018
    59:16
  15. 23.
    Kayo Guevarra: Artists are emotional, empathetic people06/06/2018
    42:59
  16. 24.
    Judi Lopez- When I started dancing, Hip-Hop wasn’t really a thing05/30/2018
    20:10
  17. 25.
    Zaki Ibrahim: Cities, countries, and places have personalities that feed the creative05/23/2018
    1:00:44
  18. 26.
    Christian “King” Combs, Tank God, and Bay Swag talk about patience, gratitude, and legacy05/16/2018
    34:11
  19. 27.
    Tone Mason: Drake was our last Hail Mary05/09/2018
    1:08:04
  20. 28.
    SPTLGT 2018: How minority creatives deal with mental health05/02/2018
    1:15:48
  21. 29.
    Tasha The Amazon x Danthrax: There is a cultural insecurity in Toronto04/25/2018
    1:10:23
  22. 30.
    Cola: In this business, nobody knows what they are doing [PART 2]04/11/2018
    39:06
  23. 31.
    Cola: A sell-out is someone who conforms in order to eat [PART 1]04/04/2018
    56:58
  24. 32.
    Jordon Manswell: Every creative should be using their emotions03/28/2018
    51:24
  25. 33.
    Matthew Progress: The “machine” has picked the Toronto sound03/21/2018
    38:04
  26. 34.
    Beatchild: Toronto is still the screwface capital03/14/2018
    1:00:56
  27. 35.
    Trish: This industry is 10% talent and 90% business03/07/2018
    1:04:50
  28. 36.
    Cadence Weapon: Your average rapper acts like Kanye without working like Kanye02/28/2018
    1:10:29
  29. 37.
    Langston Francis: If this musical journey was a marathon, then I'm still tying my shoes02/21/2018
    40:20
  30. 38.
    SEASON 4 PREMIERES FEB 21ST02/20/2018
    0:48
  31. 39.
    Best Interviews of 2017 [Part 2]01/04/2018
    1:27:57
  32. 40.
    Best Interviews of 2017 [Part 1]12/27/2017
    1:24:54
  33. 41.
    2nd Son: The REAL secret key to production is sharing a meal12/13/2017
    53:03
  34. 42.
    Birthday Boy: It’s a lifelong battle against myself to get better12/06/2017
    50:01
  35. 43.
    Extra Gravy Show: Detroit will get you ft. Chedo11/29/2017
    1:42:39
  36. 44.
    11:11: I was the jock that sang11/22/2017
    36:42
  37. 45.
    Emanuel: I make music to connect with people11/15/2017
    42:58
  38. 46.
    Bonus Ep: Chedo co-hosts 100% Canadian w/ R.Chung on G98.7fm11/14/2017
    53:07
  39. 47.
    M.I. Blue: I make visual sounds11/08/2017
    35:55
  40. 48.
    Elaquent: I'm not afraid of the worst-case scenario11/01/2017
    44:46
  41. 49.
    Locksmith: If you are overthinking you're not moving10/25/2017
    1:16:24
  42. 50.
    City Fidelia: Pay attention to the energy you give out so you have enough to produce yourself.10/18/2017
    55:29
  43. 51.
    Clairmont The Second: I'm working on everything myself now. I control where this goes.10/11/2017
    1:03:28
  44. 52.
    Majid Jordan: Look for those moments that inspire you differently and open your eyes10/04/2017
    16:11
  45. 53.
    The Internet: Own your creative journey09/27/2017
    22:21
  46. 54.
    Northern Stars: Exploring the alternative to Toronto's sound09/20/2017
    42:29
  47. 55.
    Jidenna: Toronto is moving humanity09/13/2017
    18:46
  48. 56.
    Saudin: What comes easy won’t last, what lasts won’t come easy08/30/2017
    59:11
  49. 57.
    Raz Fresco Pt.2 : I almost died a week before my birthday08/23/2017
    51:57
  50. 58.
    Raz Fresco Pt.1 : Energy is the realest thing08/16/2017
    59:40
  51. 59.
    Merna: It’s not about ego anymore….It’s about sharing08/02/2017
    1:07:41
  52. 60.
    a l l i e : Music has been one of the most healing aspects of my life07/26/2017
    1:02:52
  53. 61.
    Sean Leon: Your come-up is the most romantic part of your career07/19/2017
    1:06:37
  54. 62.
    Gabriel Garzon-Montano: I used to wait for the storm to pass, now I'm learning to dance in the rain07/12/2017
    28:28
  55. 63.
    Son Little: Music saved me over and over again07/05/2017
    18:05
  56. 64.
    Jalen Santoy: I'm so hungry at times, I don't realize the happiness in the moment06/28/2017
    26:48
  57. 65.
    Memphis Bleek: If Jay Z doesn't do something for a radio show, they don't play my record06/21/2017
    12:01
  58. 66.
    Burd and Keyz: Toronto producers are more progressive... We are more likely to push the envelope06/14/2017
    1:16:34
  59. 67.
    Dynesti Williams: We don't take enough time to be truly happy in our lives06/07/2017
    47:57
  60. 68.
    McCallaman: Music is sacred because it has the power to control05/31/2017
    48:33
  61. 69.
    Khalil: The music industry is like foster care05/24/2017
    28:30
  62. 70.
    Adam Bomb: My thing is legacy over currency05/17/2017
    1:17:08
  63. 71.
    THEY.: It’s not always about being the most talented, it’s about putting in the most work05/10/2017
    59:10
  64. 72.
    Mannie Fresh: The EPIC history of Cash Money Records05/03/2017
    1:14:19
  65. 73.
    Teddy Fantum: I'm on the other side of pure chaos, I've evolved now04/26/2017
    54:03
  66. 74.
    Saba: You can be peer pressured into not believing in yourself04/19/2017
    25:57
  67. 75.
    Sylvan LaCue: Being a rap star is fleeting04/12/2017
    26:22
  68. 76.
    Luu Breeze: Don't call me a rapper, I'm an artist04/05/2017
    1:04:44
  69. 77.
    Talib Kweli: It's easier to be a drone. It's easier to take instructions.03/29/2017
    14:57
  70. 78.
    Dave B: Know that there's light at the end of the tunnel03/22/2017
    24:18
  71. 79.
    Lais Lavish: Music has always been personal to me03/15/2017
    14:24
  72. 80.
    Clifton Reddick: The city didn't feel comfortable in its own skin03/08/2017
    1:37:55
  73. 81.
    Khalid: A lot of relationships we surround ourselves with are temporary03/01/2017
    20:02
  74. 82.
    Greg Phillinganes: You'll never be more of a musician than you are as a human being02/22/2017
    17:59
  75. 83.
    Wyclef Jean: Your pulse has to always think like a child02/15/2017
    28:54
  76. 84.
    The Come Up Show (Re) Presents - D-Sisive02/08/2017
    19:27
  77. 85.
    The Come Up Show (Re)Presents - Sean Price02/01/2017
    11:23
  78. 86.
    The Come Up Show (Re)Presents - K-OS01/25/2017
    14:29
  79. 87.
    The Come Up Show (Re)Presents - Ab-Soul01/18/2017
    12:48
  80. 88.
    The Best Interviews of 2016 Pt.201/04/2017
    1:24:30
  81. 89.
    The Best Interviews of 2016 Pt.112/29/2016
    1:23:31
  82. 90.
    DillanPonders: I want to get over the stigma of what a rapper looks like12/22/2016
    14:57
  83. 91.
    Lizzo: Prince’s death made me dedicate myself to positive music12/14/2016
    43:04
  84. 92.
    Rob $tone: The only person that’s going to stop me is me12/07/2016
    16:45
  85. 93.
    Kavale: Don't chase hits and don't lose faith11/30/2016
    54:30
  86. 94.
    Rochester aka Juice: Traveling is a knowledge that people need11/23/2016
    55:02
  87. 95.
    Chris Martin of Post Office Sound: Invest in the Community around you11/16/2016
    1:08:12
  88. 96.
    Harrison: Take Care of Your Mental Health11/09/2016
    36:41
  89. 97.
    Flex The Antihero: Depressing music makes me happy...does that sound weird?11/02/2016
    38:29
  90. 98.
    Murda Beatz: When I started making beats no one believed in me10/26/2016
    10:56
  91. 99.
    Boi-1da: I like to make music based on feeling10/19/2016
    8:25
  92. 100.
    Tona Tencreddi Pt.2: After this, I’m not going to be part of a group no more10/12/2016
    53:50
  93. 101.
    Tona Tencreddi Pt.1: Don't hesitate to leave the city & let people know your talent10/05/2016
    51:58
  94. 102.
    Mackenta: I'm more scared of living a life that I'm not proud of09/28/2016
    40:07
  95. 103.
    The Search: At the end of the day we are all just figuring out the right path for us09/21/2016
    39:21
  96. 104.
    Dwayne Holness: If you can lie to yourself, then what good is your word?09/14/2016
    45:26
  97. 105.
    August Rigo: I could fail breaking bricks or I could fail making hits09/07/2016
    53:08
  98. 106.
    Stogie T: I don't need to be validated... I'm a Rapper08/31/2016
    13:54
  99. 107.
    Devontée: No point of stressing life. Fulfill your Purpose. Follow your Heart.08/24/2016
    26:16
  100. 108.
    Tanisha: Ignore the Doubts and Force your Confidence to catch up08/17/2016
    31:24
  101. 109.
    Bryan Espiritu: Know your worth as a Human Being08/10/2016
    15:18
  102. 110.
    Dam-Funk: Everybody is in a hustle mode, where they are afraid to stand for something08/03/2016
    44:32
  103. 111.
    Duckwrth: The best thing you can do for yourself is to love and accept yourself07/27/2016
    27:09
  104. 112.
    OSIYM: Making the music is half the battle. You have to figure out a whole sh*t around that.07/20/2016
    41:06
  105. 113.
    Pluto: Strategic planning will get you further than your talent will ever get you07/12/2016
    37:57
  106. 114.
    Ron Gilmore: There is no excuse why you can't make your dreams happen. F*CK IT. JUST DO IT.07/06/2016
    31:19
  107. 115.
    Adria Kain: I'm tired of living broke trying to chase this dream... But I love this sh*t06/29/2016
    38:07
  108. 116.
    Marlon Palmer: There's always a way to make money doing what you love06/22/2016
    42:51
  109. 117.
    Shad : Maybe I'm still sane because I don't blog or twitter06/19/2016
    20:26
  110. 118.
    Jayd Ink: Don't let your mood get in the way of your goals06/15/2016
    30:18
  111. 119.
    YogiDaProducer: Timing is Everything06/08/2016
    46:03
  112. 120.
    Martin Bauman talks mental health, hip-hop, and biking 7000 kms across Canada06/01/2016
    51:58
  113. 121.
    Royce da 5’9”: Everything boils down to consistency05/25/2016
    20:08
  114. 122.
    Combat Jack: Toronto has a level of innocence and naiveté that I appreciate05/18/2016
    32:58
  115. 123.
    Skepta: A murderer in jail right now was one phone call away from a good friend05/11/2016
    11:20
  116. 124.
    Blake Carrington: I went through all this f**king pain you think I’m going to give up right now?05/04/2016
    52:19
  117. 125.
    Derin Falana: Your path will not be the same as everybody else's04/27/2016
    18:29
  118. 126.
    How To Get Your Music Featured On Blogs04/20/2016
    1:21:17
  119. 127.
    Kaydee: You write the greatest music when you’re going through something04/13/2016
    30:51
  120. 128.
    Clairmont The Second : I had to get off the internet to stay sane04/06/2016
    52:41
  121. 129.
    Kavale: If you have a plan B you already failed03/30/2016
    44:31
  122. 130.
    Shaqisdope: You really have to love music to keep creating03/23/2016
    32:01
  123. 131.
    Rel McCoy: Hip Hop is the only culture that involves its fans03/16/2016
    49:54
  124. 132.
    Michael Christmas: My mom told me 3 things when I decided to become a rapper03/09/2016
    32:59
  125. 133.
    Cousin Stizz: Canada got one with Poutine03/02/2016
    16:01
  126. 134.
    Little Simz: Do What You Love & Love What You Do02/24/2016
    39:16
  127. 135.
    Classified: 'Greatful' is my last solo album for a while02/17/2016
    23:28
  128. 136.
    Kayo: We're Trapped In The Era Of The Turn Up02/10/2016
    50:08
  129. 137.
    Dela talks production and falling in love with Paris again02/03/2016
    31:52
  130. 138.
    Ed Piskor talks all things Hip Hop Family Tree01/25/2016
    49:12
  131. 139.
    Kardinal Offishall talks pursuing dreams, avoiding naysayers, and finding true happiness11/11/2015
    33:07
  132. 140.
    John River on why this is his moment of truth and how not taking risks is the greatest risk of all09/23/2015
    30:53
  133. 141.
    Apollo Brown talks the importance of listening, not being put in others' boxes, and motivation09/09/2015
    42:10
  134. 142.
    Locksmith talks overcoming self-doubt, race in America, and putting love first08/12/2015
    51:53
  135. 143.
    Kehlani explains why she deleted her twitter and how yes men can be your downfall07/15/2015
    9:41
  136. 144.
    D.O. Gibson talks motivation, the music business, and the meaning of life07/09/2015
    32:54
  137. 145.
    TiRon & Ayomari talk self-love, getting out of their comfort zone, and why they make music06/24/2015
    57:04
  138. 146.
    Big Sean talks OVO Fest and overcoming Fear04/23/2015
    14:51
  139. 147.
    The Juno Awards 2015 w/ NBS, SonReal, Tre Mission, & more03/25/2015
    48:53
  140. 148.
    A-Game: This Canadian industry will have you second guessing yourself03/10/2015
    22:24
  141. 149.
    No Malice of The Clipse: I don’t think it’s the listeners' duty to separate the real from the fake03/04/2015
    27:11
  142. 150.
    Saba shares on what is unifying Chicago artists and why high school was weird02/18/2015
    48:15
  143. 151.
    Quake talks new album Rap Music, getting shouted out by Drake, and things happening for a reason02/16/2015
    30:35
  144. 152.
    DeJ Loaf shares what she learned from the success of “Try Me” and why you should quit your day job01/27/2015
    16:38
  145. 153.
    TassNata talks working with Danny Brown, stealing first Rap tape and musical influence by his father01/13/2015
    36:06
  146. 154.
    John River talks believing in a greater purpose, #BlackLivesMatter, and the fear of failure12/18/2014
    1:24:26
  147. 155.
    Junia-T talks travels to U.K., things happening on divine time, and being rich in love12/10/2014
    34:48
  148. 156.
    DJ T.Lo talks new EP with Shad, memories of their smallest shows, and digging for records11/26/2014
    24:34
  149. 157.
    P.R talks Nujabes' influence, hip-hop in Australia, and where Iggy Azalea fits in11/12/2014
    43:00
  150. 158.
    Rapsody talks meeting Jay Z, self-belief, and choosing to "give a damn"10/29/2014
    34:45
  151. 159.
    Classified and Shad talk each other's music and their most embarrassing moments onstage10/15/2014
    18:03
  152. 160.
    Evidence talks avoiding fame's pitfalls, being raised by N.W.A, and how the world could be better10/01/2014
    20:15
  153. 161.
    S.T.S. (Sugar Tongue Slim) - #ThrowBackThursday09/25/2014
    19:19
  154. 162.
    Saukrates talks Amani EP, overcoming obstacles, and the 20th anniversary of Still Caught Up09/17/2014
    25:45
  155. 163.
    Ghostface Killah - #ThrowBackThursday09/11/2014
    9:33
  156. 164.
    Freddie Joachim talks digging for records, keys to happiness, and advice for new artists09/03/2014
    30:19
  157. 165.
    Sean Price - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast08/21/2014
    10:27
  158. 166.
    Eternia talks gratitude, being present in the moment, and life after hip-hop07/30/2014
    31:36
  159. 167.
    Big Sean - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast07/24/2014
    8:59
  160. 168.
    Oddisee talks lessons learned in Khartoum, early influences, and defining success07/16/2014
    21:27
  161. 169.
    Blacastan talks "Watson & Holmes"07/11/2014
    22:21
  162. 170.
    Muneshine talks "In Transit," life lessons, and not being afraid to be different07/02/2014
    28:06
  163. 171.
    Ab-Soul - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast06/26/2014
    10:21
  164. 172.
    Promise talks upcoming album, pursuing goals, and coming up alongside Drake06/17/2014
    47:02
  165. 173.
    Styles P - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast06/12/2014
    13:39
  166. 174.
    Naturally Born Strangers talk forming a group, their love of Jameson, and what's coming up next06/04/2014
    22:05
  167. 175.
    Yelawolf - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast05/29/2014
    15:59
  168. 176.
    Jimmy B talks L.O.R.D.S., the SmashMouth team, and seizing opportunity05/24/2014
    7:21
  169. 177.
    Teedra Moses talks her mother's influence, overcoming obstacles, and what music means to her05/23/2014
    11:38
  170. 178.
    Tre Mission talks his mission as an artist, keys to success, and manifesting thoughts into reality05/22/2014
    15:23
  171. 179.
    Mike Boyd talks Note The Sarcasm, sense of humour, and fatherhood05/21/2014
    18:06
  172. 180.
    Airplane Boys talk growing up in Scarborough, Egos & Expectations, and knowing your self-worth05/20/2014
    13:14
  173. 181.
    King Reign talks early influences, Toronto's music scene, and his upcoming album, Sincere05/19/2014
    25:30
  174. 182.
    Vic Mensa talks Common’s influence, his friendly rivalry with Chance The Rapper, and much more05/14/2014
    28:27
  175. 183.
    Young Guru - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast05/08/2014
    14:28
  176. 184.
    Jorun Bombay talks Halifax hip-hop history, helping other artists, and getting love from Questlove04/29/2014
    55:08
  177. 185.
    Phife Dawg - #ThrowBackThursday Interview04/23/2014
    25:48
  178. 186.
    G-Eazy talks early influences, meeting Kobe Bryant, and never getting comfortable04/16/2014
    16:27
  179. 187.
    Shad Interviews the Halflife Crew - #ThrowBackThursday Podcast04/10/2014
    14:18
  180. 188.
    Classified talks self-titled album, making sacrifices to succeed, and lessons learned in his career04/02/2014
    10:17
  181. 189.
    Talib Kweli talks Rakim's influence, creating art from struggle, and records that needed to be made03/19/2014
    19:24
  182. 190.
    Kardinal Offishall talks early career beginnings, staying humble, and building upon Toronto's legacy03/05/2014
    18:39
  183. 191.
    Rich Kidd talks growing up on Wu-Tang, earning respect in Canada, and learning from Young Guru02/07/2014
    43:35
  184. 192.
    Mac Miller talks friendship w/ Earl Sweatshirt, the meaning of life, and his quest to become iconic02/05/2014
    24:17
  185. 193.
    Shad talks high school memories, success and failure, and believing in oneself01/07/2014
    33:53

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