Saukrates – Wednesday featuring D-Sisive (Remix)

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Canadian hip-hop artist Saukrates enlisted fellow Torontonian D-Sisive for the official remix of his track Wednesday. The original version is the first single from his much anticipated, yet very delayed second studio album Season One, which still has no confirmed release date. Mellenius from the Toronto-based Grammy-nominated production team Tone Mason handled production. Download/Stream: Saukrates – […]

Buck 65 And D-Sisive Team Up For New Album

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

Richard (Ricardo) Terfry and Derek Christoff, two of Canada’s most recognized and critically acclaimed indie hip-hop artists, are teaming up to create the Canuck super-group, The Ricardo Christoff Apparatus. The idea behind the upcoming album is to take fan submitted stories that are laughable, odd, dreadful, exciting, unbelievable, etc., and convert them into songs. The album’s […]

D-Sisive – Every Rose Has It’s Thorn

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Described as “underground hip-hop, but with a twist”, D-Sisive has taken a completely different approach with this genre-bending release from his upcoming album, Vaudeville. Titled Every Rose Has It’s Thorn, this track is a revised version of Poison’s 1988 “power ballad” of the same name in which he shows off his very capable singing voice. […]

D-Sisive – The Reign

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

D-Sisive originally dropped The Reign on the iTunes version of his Polaris Music Prize-nominated album Let The Children Die. The track is a tribute to three of his “big” (no pun intended) influences while coming up in the game, the influences being Notorious B.I.G., Big L and Big Pun. While there is an intro from D-Sisive, this […]

Muneshine – Heavy Hitters ft. Fundament & D-Sisive

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Here we have a trio of hip-hop artists all hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Muneshine rounded up pals Fundament and D-Sisive to collaborate on this track. Check it out! Download/Stream: Muneshine – Heavy Hitters ft. Fundament & D-Sisive

The First 5 with D-Sisive

Monday, January 18th, 2010

D-Sisive is a Juno Award-nominated Canadian hip-hop artist signed to URBNET Records. Since first emerging in the late 90’s with a handful of independent releases, he has since unleashed the 2008 Juno-nominated EP, The Book, the 2009 Polaris Music Prize-nominated Let The Children Die and the critically acclaimed free album Jonestown (2009), not to mention […]

D-Sisive – Anvil

Monday, January 11th, 2010

We just received D-Sisive’s latest single affectionately named after and inspired by the documentary “Anvil! The Story of Anvil”. The track is fittingly titled “Anvil”. Check out the press release below from D-Sisive himself. Download/Stream:  D-Sisive – Anvil “Many things inspired me in 2009, but not all moved me the way Anvil! The Story of […]

[Album] D-Sisive – Jonestown

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

Derek Christoff, better known as D-Sisive, is a Canadian artist that first surfaced in the late ‘90s. He dropped several independent singles that became quite popular in Toronto’s underground hip-hop scene. In 2001, tragedy struck when his father passed away. This event marked the beginning of a six-year hiatus from performing and making music due […]