With local venues dissapearing on what seems like a weekly basis, Toronto artists are being forced to come up with creative ways to play to their fans. From abandoned warehouses, to art galleries, to boxing rings the city's finest are keeping the spirit of live music alive and well by making do with the rather unfortunate hand that they've been dealt. One such example is forward-thinking rapper Tyriqueordie, who much like the music he creates, consistently delivers unique experiences for his growing fan base.
Almost a year to the day since Tyrique turned a poorly attended show into an insane festival-like atmosphere. the trap dance mastermind is treating viewers to another standout performance. In a brand new music video released this month, we see him party with a large group of friends as they hijack Toronto's Nuit Blanche fest. During the short, the gang blasts his track recent cut 'Traphouse 4000' on a portable speaker at three seperate locations. What begins as a bit of a dull evening quickly turns into a party with swarms of people joining in on the fun.
You can watch video for "Traphouse 4000" above via YouTube. The piece was directed by Ty, David Xavier and Hayden Herrick, and was shot by Truondabeat and Eddypullover.