Monday, November 10, 2014

Cane Debuts "Lucid Dream" Visual for "Didn't I"

Following the debut of Citizen Cane, Cane offers up a Lucid Dream throwback with the visual for "Didn't I."

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

The Source Premieres "Citizen Cane"

Citizen Cane makes its debut courtesy of The Source Magazine.

"It's been a long time coming for Cane to get some serious love on The Source. He's progressed like none other over the last couple years, especially in 2014. He's done shows in NYC, SXSW, become buddy buddy with some industry icons (Stati, Sway, Markman), and now he's here to present his album with us. Produced by Lou Burna, save the bonus track which comes courtesy of Statik, Citizen Cane weighs in at 17 tracks of quick, clever rhymes."

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Cane Visits Showoff Radio

Busy promoting the release of Citizen Cane, Cane checked in with Statik Selektah on Showoff Radio. The two discussed his upcoming album, their RapFix introduction, his grind, and influences. Cane spit a diabolical freestyle and hopped on the mic once more in a cypher with Boaz, Termanology, Illa Ghee, and more. (Stay tuned for that one!)

Take a look at the interview and freestyle below.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Cane - That's The Way

With Citizen Cane just around the corner, the titular citizen brings the first official release with "That's The Way." DMV's Don Draper aims to take the internet back and this groovy record is the first of many between the emcee and his right-hand producer, Lou Burna.

As 10.14.14 draws closer, Cane will encapsulate a momentous year with his strongest project to date. Spread the word and stay tuned. Citizen Cane is among us.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Cane - My Type of Party/Crown Royal [Music Video]

By now, you've probably been made aware that Citizen Cane is well on its way. After hitting up NYC last week for a special appearance on Statik Selektah's Showoff Radio (stay tuned for that), Cane dug into the Charles St. Chi vault to release the joint visual for "My Type of Party" and "Crown Royal."

Take a look below and keep October 14 fresh in your mind. Citizen Cane is coming.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Citizen Cane: State of the Union Address

Now, we warned you about the imminent arrival of Citizen Cane. We also prepared you for an onslaught of new content leading up to its release. Dressing to the nines like only the Don Draper of Rap would, Cane gives his best presidential impersonations to tell you all what you've been dying to know...When is that new Cane coming out?

Twerking? Ice bucket challenges? Trends in the past. Citizen Cane is bound to restore that good feeling on the internet.

Find out when Citizen Cane drops from the man himself.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Citizen Cane Vlog: Episode One

The album is complete. Citizen Cane is coming at ya this fall. Leading up to the drop date, you can expect a ton of content from the man himself. So, to kick off the campaign, Cane brings his first Citizen Cane vlog episode where he takes you behind the scenes as he readies for WKYS' Independence Day White Out bash.

From pre-performance rituals to opening for Yo Gotti, take a look at how he spent his sleepless July 4th weekend.

Oh, don't sleep on the infamous frog splash courtesy of Johnny Hammo.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Move That Dope (Freestyle)

While keeping himself busy in the studio for his upcoming project, Cane drops a freestyle laced with that venemous wordplay you've come to expect.

Listen to the DMV spitter talk that noise over Future's "Move That Dope."

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Cane - Get Down (produced by Statik Selektah) [Official Video}

After blessing Webster Hall with a standout set, Cane releases the official music video for his new single "Get Down" with Statik Selektah.

For those who have yet to experience Cane in action, here's a look at what goes down when he and Statik take the stage.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Cane - "Get Down" (prod. by Statik Selektah)

Ever since his appearance on MTV's RapFix Live, Cane has managed to come full circle. After catching the ear of Statik Selektah, the two came together for Cane's latest single "Get Down" Statik premiered the record on Showoff Radio and its internet presence quickly followed suit.

Last week, Cane and Statik performed together at Webster Hall and shot a video for "Get Down," which will be here sooner than later.

If you haven't already given this song some spins, take a listen to "Get Down" now.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Cane Touches Down At SXSW & Webster Hall

In the span of one week, Cane touched down in Austin, Texas for SXSW then flew back to NYC to perform at Webster Hall.

While at SXSW, Cane performed at the Indie Life showcase with the likes of Twista, Skyzoo, and Torae. Not missing a beat, his return to NYC brought him to Webster Hall where he demanded the crowd's attention with a show stealing performance. With TDE's Ab-Soul looking on, Cane opened up for A$AP Ant and Joey Fatts. 

See what went down at both events below the jump. 

SXSW - Bat Bar

NYC - Webster Hall

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Charles St. Chronicles - "Don't Let Go"

Cane delivers the second installment to the Charles St. Chronicles with "Don't Let Go". During the segment, he opens up about the inspiration for the record, which came from a courageous story about a girl battling cancer during the prime years of her life.

"Don't Let Go" is dedicated to anyone facing adversity during their prime.

Listen to the full explanation below.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Cane Performs In NYC At The Delancey

Cane took his talents to NYC last week and shut things down at The Delancey. Alongside his right-hand man/producer, Lou Burna, and the ridiculously talented, Vernon Strayhorn, Cane performed a medley of hits including his rendition of ASAP Ferg's "Shabba" and his ode to NYC rap legends with "Big".

Up next, Cane will head down to Texas for SXSW to take the stage at the Indie Life concert series where he will share the stage with the likes of Twista, Problem, Freeway, and Skyzoo. If you missed his NYC debut, he will be performing at Webster Hall on the 19th, headlined by A$AP Ant and Joey Fatts.

Take a look at what went down below.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Charles St. Chronicles - "Fiyah"

Cane kicks off his Charles St. Chronicles by discussing the inspiration behind the Lou Burna-assisted track, "Fiyah".

Expect a new segment from this series each week as Cane breaks down his favorite tracks from Charles Street Chi.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

theSTASHED Premieres Cane's "Charles Street Chi"

Today, Cane premiered his latest mixtape, Charles Street Chi. Making its premiere on theSTASHED, the 16-track project excels in its nostalgia. The tape includes remixes to popular hits such as "Shabba," "Pound Cake," "Numbers on the Board," "Paranoid," and more. It also features original collaborations with longtime producer, Lou Burna.

With his sights set on the future, Cane never forgets his roots, an attitude that resonates with his fans and has cultivated in a movement that’s hard to ignore. Whether you've been following this promising lyricist since the beginning or just joining in, Charles Street Chi gives you a look at what Cane is all about. “If you didn’t kick it with me on Charles Street, this project will make you feel like you did.”

Head over to theSTASHED for the rest of the feature and be sure to download Charles Street Chi.

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Monday, January 27, 2014

XXL's The Break Presents: Cane

Following his appearance on MTV's RapFix Live, XXL features Cane on their column, The Break. The weekly feature highlights the up-and-coming talent rising within the hip-hop industry.

In XXL's spotlight, Cane is highlighted as the Don Draper of rap and speaks on his influences, achievements, and aspirations in the rap game.

Check out the feature over at XXL and stay tuned for Charles Street Chi, which will premiere on theSTASHED, tomorrow.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Cane Appears On MTV's RapFix Live

Cane's momentum in 2014 continues to reach new heights. The DMV artist recently appeared on MTV's RapFix Live segment, Get In The Game. Calling in from his home studio, Cane played his video "Grassroots Tangent" for Sway and the hip-hop collective, Pro Era. Sway and Joey Bada$$ praised Cane for his lyricism, while everyone was impressed with the accompanying visuals shot by Mister Fili.

Watch "Grassroots Tangent" in its entirety above and check out Cane's segment on RapFix Live below.