Drake – Far From Over Mixtape.
April 28, 2010

Drake – Overdose.

Drake – Mambo (Ft. Fito Blanko)

Drake – Where Were You (Ft. Colin Munroe)

We got you.

Download the mixtape HERE.

You should know this by now.


Colin Munroe – I’m Fine (ft. Young Buck).
February 19, 2009


Colin Munroe – I’m Fine (ft. Young Buck). Download HERE.

Colin Munroe has a rather interesting fact about his date of birth. He shares birthdays with Paul McCartney and incidentally, John Lennon passed away the year Munroe was born.

Born in the small time of North Gower, outside of Ottawa, Munroe first started producing for local hip hop and R&B Canadian artists in college. Now, he finds himself working on tracks with the likes of Young Buck, Wale and Busta Rhymes.

It was sort of an accident that I fell in with the urban crowd, but they really saw something in me I guess.

Talk about a rather fortunate accident.

Even with his piano chords, guitar strums and catchy singing, he’s still running with the big boys of hip hop … and he’s most definitely not lagging behind.

Check out the song above that he just released with Young Buck.

You should know this by now.

Colin Munroe ft. XV – Last Cause Remix
January 21, 2009


Colin Munroe ft. XV – Last Cause Remix. Download HERE.

This is not the last time that you’ll hear about Colin Munroe.

Believe us, you can’t just dismiss him because he’s from Canada (We see you Drake).

His album, Colin Munroe is the Unsung Hero, is easily one of our favorite mixtapes from 2008.

His video for his remix of “Flashing Lights” was not only recognized by Kanye West, but it reached #8 on FormatMag.com’s top-ten music videos for 2008.

Aside from his collaborations from some of our favorite artists like Mickey Factz, Wale, Drake, Black Milk, and Skyzoo, Colin Munroe win us over with his exceptional lyrics mixed his pop, yet soulful sound.

If you haven’t heard of him, we’re going to update you with a link to his mixtape and video for “Piano Lessons ft. Joell Ortiz” after the jump.

Watch out for his ’09 debut, Don’t Think Less of  Me, dropping in March.