Every Thursday or Friday, WorldWide Entertainment TV seeks out artists who should be featured as #WorldWide Artist Of The Week. Sometimes a major label artist such as Kanye West or Drake will receive the accolade due to some huge record release(which Kanye still hasn’t delivered on btw) or a monumental moment (such as Drake’s speech after Raptors winning their 1st NBA Title).
Other times we seek out underground artists who are making moves that are not in the mainstream. What better artist that fits the bill for this week than Dan-e-o. Dropping in the last few weeks was “Born to Be” single featuring Pearl Gates and Wordsworth. He recently released a music video entitled “Worth All The Hurt” with WWETV 6ix Host, Xentury Sam, on the hook and now drops his latest project “The Day It All Changed”.
The title reveals his mindset about April 23rd, 2014 when he became a father. His daughter is pictured on artwork of the project and is a celebration of her life. You can pre-save and pre-order it now on various streaming platforms including Apple Music, Deezer, and Spotify via URBNET.
Our #WorldWide Artist Of The Week video contains perhaps the greatest hip hop celebration event for Canadian rap in history. On WWETV Season 2 Episode 3 which originally aired on Roku and Apple TV on Nu Television Network contained “Dear Hip Hop 20 Years Later” which had iconic figures who helped pave the way for today’s scene in Toronto and the rest of Canada. The event had the likes of Master T, Maestro Fresh Wes, Concrete Mob, Choclair, The Dream Warriors, and Bishop Brigante.
Make sure you take a listen and download this Toronto hip hop staple’s latest collection of music. Check out the song titles below.