Saturday, February 5, 2011

Kardinal Offishall vs.Tha Smugglaz Beef -Flashback-Smugglaztv

In the 00's a "Foundation" was set for Toronto rap battles as the two biggest hip hop camps set a new standard in T-Dot hip hop when Kardinal Offishall with The Circle and Black Jays went up against the Foundation of Street Rap crews in Toronto The Smugglaz.

Smugglaztv looks back on this classic and takes a look forward to the new Toronto hip hop movement with Sticky Green's Timeliss Muzik.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Timeliss Muzik Diva Shea Marie Sampler

Sticky Green's little sister Shea Marie Sampler of Foundation album songs "Tonight" & "Lost"

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Sticky Green-Letter To God/Heaven (street video)-Smugglaztv

PARTY STAAT MIXTAPE Website(Free Download)

Sticky Green returns home for Christmas and gains inspiration for upcoming Timeliss Muzik solo album "Foundation" that will be released in the year 2010!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Sticky Green -Can't Stop Thinking About You Trailer- Smugglaztv

Official Trailer of Timeliss Muzik
"Can't Stop Thinking About You" by Sticky Green
Michael Jackson and Urban Music Divas Tribute!

Monday, December 13, 2010

Timeliss Muzik

Sticky Green is proud to present Timeliss Muzik. An independent music label that will provide listeners with timeless music in the vein of urban music's pioneers. The forefathers of urban music such as the Motown Sound with the edge of Sticky Green's pioneering street reality rap that he helped to put on the map in Canada in the late 90's and changed in the mid 00's. Timeliss Muzik follows the soul stirring emotional music that all-time greats over the last century such as Michael Jackson, The Jacksons, Temptations, New Edition, Sam Cooke, James Brown, and too many to count offered to listeners for generations to come.

For the uninitiated Sticky Green is one half of the founding members of The Smugglaz rap group that brought the Canadian rap scene classic street music such as "Street Rappers"(documented by CBC National News Prime Time program and aired across Canada on MuchMusic Television), "45th Dumpin"(one of the first ever diss tracks against mainstream Canadian artists during the mid 00's), and "Jane & Finchin"(which ended up on Paramount Vantage/MTV Films movie How She Move).

In the late 1980's the rap/hip hop craze went to new heights as a fuse started between the old and new generation where the 90's created a new breed of music that included the likes of Jodeci, Mary J. Blige(Queen of Hip Hop Soul), Tupac Shakur, Biggie Smalls, and more connected with the kids and youth which Sticky Green was influenced on an aesthetic level. The music of his parents (Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, Al Green, and others in the 60's, 70's, and 80's explosion of black music) however also played a part in giving Sticky Green his own style of edgy emotional music that was initially heard through his rap group The Smugglaz as a teenager street rap phenom in the late 90's.

In 2011, Sticky Green expands his musical repertoire to include "Diva Music" by Timeliss Muzik's and adds a new chapter to his Canadian musical legacy by going solo teaming with his baby sister "Shea Marie" on the r & b song "Tonight" to bring "Timeliss Muzik" to Canada's urban music scene. Stay tuned to this blog for updates and latest happenings concerning the label.

The new "Foundation" for Canadian music in the underground has been laid as Sticky Green plans to release his debut solo album in 2011. Stay tuned online for news on other artists on this special project.

The New Era of "Timeliss Muzik" has begun!

Any serious artists please contact through e-mail to be a part of the new chapter of underground music in Canada.