Feast Your Ears on New Tracks by Drake, Todor Kobakov, Julie Fader and More in Click Hear
Published Sep 21, 2009It's Monday, and that means that Exclaim!'s Click Hear section has some great new tracks rounded up for you to consume.
Up for grabs this time out, we have rapper Drake whetting fans' appetites for his debut album Thank Me Later with his So Far Gone mixtape. You can find one new track up for download called "Fear," a song that uses slower soul music samples to showcase something a little softer from the Toronto native.
Canadian hip-hop artist Kamau has returned from an extended leave of absence from the music scene with the September Nine Mixtape Vol. 2. And while you can snag his track "Somebody (I Am)," Kamau is also giving away the whole album for free.
Following constant collaborations with the likes of Sarah Harmer, Chad VanGaalen and Attack in Black, Julie Fader's song "Maps" from her debut record Outside In looks to show off her pop sensation persona.
You can also check out the Audio Recording Academy's Secret Sessions live version of Arietta's song "Northearned," which slows things down enough to give the song a new feel. And finally, commercial composer and frequent indie scene collaborator Todor Kobakov invites TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe for the track "Loving Hands" from the Toronto-based composer's debut album Pop Music.
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