k-os is pioneering Canadian hip-hop artist. He’s twice gone platinum, toured with Drake, recorded with The Chemical Brothers, won a Source award, won multiple JUNO and MMVA Awards (with a staggering combined 34 nominations!) and was a 2005 Grammy-nominee. Innovative, provocative, ground-breaking and fearless – the world’s only artist to record with both Saukrates and Broken Social Scene – k-os released the seminal album Joyful Rebellion in 2004, featuring the smash hits “Crabbuckit,” “Man I Used to Be” and “B-Boy Stance.” His star-studded latest record is BLack on Blonde, Canadian hip-hop’s first double-album which offers one record of rock tunes, on which k-os sings and plays drums, guitar and bass, and one of old-school hip hop jams.

Blog Entries by k-os

Why Women Hate Anne Hathaway: A Man's Perspective

(3) Comments | Posted March 5, 2013 | 11:45 AM

I have to admit that after I read the article from NY Mag's "The Cut" entitled:
Why Do Women Hate Anne Hathaway (But Love Jennifer Lawrence)?
I was disturbed.

The first thing that disturbed me was the title.
All presumption, speculation, conclusion, deduction and generalizations...

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Does Pitchfork Have a Race Problem?

(36) Comments | Posted February 7, 2013 | 10:21 AM

Why do they do that?

Why did Pitchfork Media take Chief Keef
a 17-year-old rapper that has had a history of trouble with the law -- and
who was placed on probation after a 2011 incident in which he pointed a gun at police...

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