Toronto duo JHYVE///SOUL are announcing the release of their anticipated album, titled SUPERMEGAFUTURESH!T. This free album is the result of two years of work by singer/songwriter JHYVE producer SOUL to bring a new kind of R&B to the masses. With JHYVE’s dynamic delivery and sharp lyrics combined with SOUL’s ambient, yet hard-hitting production, the pair have released a slew of strong singles to the blogs. Now, they prepare to show the world a truly unique take on R&B. SUPERMEGAFUTURESH!T
If there’s one thing that fans of Toronto-based R&B singer/producer JHYVE are sure of, it’s that he always delivers with his smooth eclectic sounds and witty lyrics. This time around is no different as JHYVE releases a new song titled “Come Back Down”.
Giving his fans a brief look at what he’s got in store for them later this year, JHYVE says this of the new song in his blog (jhyve.com):
This song is for everyone who knows how to find a few moments of bliss with an adult beverage,
some recreational plants, and the one person that they don’t mind being strung out on.
An homage to my three favourite drugs.
Stay tuned as JHYVE prepares to release his first official single and video from his upcoming album, “The Late Bloomer”, slated for release this fall.
West Coast Rapper, Anterluz (California) teams up with talented Singer Jhyve and producer SOUL (Toronto, Canada) and adds some flavory for the Remix to their hot new record ‘So High”. This is Anterluz’s second offering from his Flavory Friday weekly music series. Going out tonight? Staying home and bringing the fun there? Either way, you can’t help but vibe to this record. Press play, and get familiar with the new heights you can go to.
While the winter weather is only getting colder Toronto based singer JHYVE /// producer SOUL are heating things up with the release of their single “SO HIGH”
This is the 1st official release from their upcoming album “SUPVMXGVFUTURXSH!T” set to release later this year.
Just in time for the holidays, Jhyve releases “Good Christmas”.
“Good Christmas” takes us through memories of Jhyve’s Christmas years past, and the struggles of the holidays going forward. As Jhyve describes it:
“This song is really personal to me, and will probably touch anyone who misses Christmas days as they were. Most change is for the better. But sometimes, you can’t help but miss what once was.”
The song’s cool, soulful sound was produced by up and coming Toronto talent “Novembers Coldest”.
“This song has been one of my favourites for a while. It’s a “chillin’ in a dimly lit corner of a lounge, located on the right corner of the wrong side of town” kinda jam.
So kill the bulbs, lights a candle, grab your favourite adult beverage, hit yourself with a spray of your sexiest fragrance, and vibe wit the homie.”
It reminds me of a car accident–how you never understand the consequences of your actions until its too late to go back. You can’t help but feel kinda stupid, too. You never figured life would happen faster than your own capacity to react to it, and when it does, well, Conflict.
Conflict by Jhyve
The song is called Two Face–one of my favourite songs on the album. It’s a song about the repercussions and anger involved in rejection and the loss of love. I wanted to get a video that captured not only how love can cause pain, and harm a persons life, but how that pain can poison the lives of those around, as well.
Two Face by Jhyve