Toronto's Harbourfront Centre celebrates Barbados’ Salute to Canada’s 150th with the largest festival of Barbadian culture in Canada! The musical contingent represented in fine style over the weekend and surely did Barbados proud. Here's a small taste of what went down thanks to @thegetawayqueen.
HipHopDX Premiere: On the heels of its Uncovered project, five-piece Barbados-based collective 2 Mile Hill has returned with black and white visuals for a cover of Beyoncé’s “Drunk In Love,” a song lead singer Mahalia and sole female member always wanted to sing. The rock-rap oriented group took on a reggae vibe for its version of the song. See the full interview and premiere on HipHopDX HERE.
Proud to announce that our 'Know About Me' music video has been premiered exclusively on The Hype Magazine! "2 Mile Hill brings something special to music" ~ JD (Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine). Leading up to their USA appearances coming soon, the group dropped a hot visual for what I predict to be an impactful single here, “Know About Me.” Sonically, there’s nothing missing in this joint and the lyrics are on point…great song! See the full premiere on TheHYPEMagazine.com HERE
"On their latest EP Uncovered (out June 24), songs such as “Billion Dollars” and “It's Over” are power anthems. The five-song set is electric, sexy and dancey." MySpace: Artist of the Day - EXCLUSIVE: 2 Mile Hill Premiere EP ‘Uncovered’ See the full feature here on Myspace.com: https://myspace.com/article/2016/6/22/2-mile-hill-uncovered-ep-premiere
We've released our first music video as 2 Mile Hill for our single "It's Over", and premiered it exclusively with RESPECT Magazine. The single is featured on our forthcomingUncovered EP available everywhere June 24th. Watch and share "It's Over" by clicking the following link. https://youtu.be/RoKafU6yeZo Thanks so much for watching, and keep it locked for our EP release on June 24th. Here is the track listing for you eager ones :) Uncovered EP Track Listing: 1. Billion Dollars 2. What About Today 3. Set You Free 4. Know About Me 5. It's Over
It’s a wrap for the band from Barbados that started as an experiment on a Caribbean university campus and rose to popularity around the world as NexCyx. On January 1, 2016, the group dropped the name NexCyx to become 2 Mile Hill. “After careful thought and listening to our closest fans and friends, we realized that the name NexCyx had taken us as far as we could go with it. We knew it was time for change,” said André, musical director and keyboardist. The name 2 Mile Hill is a nod to the band’s homeland of Barbados, where the community of Two Mile Hill is home to primary roadway in the urban parish of Saint Michael. What’s next for 2 Mile Hill? New music, new partnerships and then some. “2 Mile Hill is already opening new possibilities and we couldn’t be happier. We are inviting our fans along for the ride and can’t wait for new ones to join us along the way,” said Mahalia, frontwoman for the band. 2 Mile Hill is scheduled to release their first single, “It’s Over” in January 2016.