Produced by Domingo






“The Connect EP” is a collaborative project between Canadian emcee, Es and United Kingdom DJ/Producer/Engineer, DJ Pandamonium. The two connected via a DJ Pandamonium post on a Facebook hip-hop group page which caught Es’ attention. The two would eventually connect, get better acquainted with each other’s musical prowess, and the rest, you can say is history. This 6 track EP came together within a few months and showcases their mutual love for true school inspired boom bap hip-hop. From two different continents, hip-hop was the connecting force. It was only right that the project be titled as such.

Earlier this year Pandamonium released "From The Soul" a 19 track example of what Pandamonium is capable of production wise when he collaborates with some of the finest lyrical talent that the UK has to offer! Riddled with various styles, flows and signature Pandamonium boom bap flavoured beats and clever scratch hooks.

Last year Es dropped his 4th album titled “Social Meteor Vol 1: Inspired By My Timeline.” This album was inspired by this gift and curse that we call social media.

Es explained that It is one of those "look in the mirror" type projects where I could be talking about you...and me. But it's all love though. Self-reflection isn't necessarily a bad thing. Social media seems to bring out the best and the worst in people. People use the platforms for different reasons. Whether casual user, fan, artist, consumer or business owner, the way we interact with one another on and off this platform is an interesting phenomenon. I couldn’t help but be inspired by what I see pretty much daily on my feeds on these platforms. It is for this reason I decided to start off this multi-part series with the first installment entitled “Social Meteor Vol 1: Inspired By My Timeline”. Once again, it is a labor of love coming from me to you.

The album was supported by the single "The Do Better Challenge” a thought-provoking record that taps into the way social media has affected our social behavior in recent times. Over a solemn but smooth backdrop Es details the excesses we are forced to endure on our various timelines from Facebook, Instagram to Twitter. From the numerous memes and clout chasing schemes people employ to gain attention.

Look out for more great music from both Es and Pandamonium in the future.

#1 CMOIII featuring Lomel & Craig G produced by Ted ‘Measuring Man’ Onyszczak
       F. Foster (Socan), J. Trainor (BMI), C. Curry (Ascap) & T. Onyszczak (Socan)

 #2DWB featuring Es produced by Domingo
      F. Foster (Socan), E. Elango (Socan) & D. Padilla (Ascap)

      Comedy by Richard Pryor  and Cutz by DJ Mercilless

 #3Radios featuring G Dot & Born Edo G & Dominique Gorley Produced by DJ Corbett for Black Light Music
       F. Foster (Socan), A. Diaz (Ascap), E. Anderson (Ascap), C. Baez (Ascap) D. Gorley (Socan) M. Jules (BMI)

 #4 The Others featuring Eddie Kaine produced by Static Selektah
        F. Foster (Socan), E. Stackhouse (BMI) & P. Baril (Ascap)

       Speech by Marcus Garvey and Cutz by DJ Mercilless

 #5For the Love featuring Recognize Ali & Faith Walker produced by DJ Mercilless
        F. Foster (Socan), N. Adamafio (BMI), F. Walker (Socan) & M. Pompey (Socan)


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Edo G x G Dot & Born x Dominique Gorley


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Mondays- The Foundation - JayQuan

Tuesday- Boom Bap Only - G-Zon & Ronsha

Wednesday - HOP2THIS - DJ GrazzHoppa / Keep It Movin - DJ Droppa

Thursday - Pots & Pans - Snafu 76 aka G Spot

Friday - Faithful Fridays - Nat & Faith Walker

Saturday- The Administrator Presents - Righteous Allah

Sunday - The Mixtape Show - DJ Kawon


The Single 


Righteous featuring 

Es x Pandamonium

Es x Pandamonium

Pandamonium Presents // That Feel Good Ft. Sir Burbia, Costi, One Oz & Es

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On May 10, 2020 (Mothers Day) 34 year-old Chantelle Krupka was attempting to arrange a visit with her son with whom she has joint custody and 50/50 custody. Her ex insisted on withholding access to her so so she called several times in an attempt to at least speak with her son. This lead to her ex calling the police, lying on her and weaponizing the police against her. The police arrived at her house more than 10 hours after her last text to “issue a verbal warning” but insisted she come outside. They escalated the situation and because Chantelle was yelling back, they tased her partner, then her, then shot her in the lower abdomen when she was flat on her back. The bullet fractured Chantelle’s right hip. Chantelle underwent two major emergency surgeries and spent 1 week in the hospital. She is still in recovery and in need of therapy that is not covered by Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Right after the shooting, the Police robbed them of their legally grown cannabis and rent money in an attempt to formulate a case against them to criminalize them and create the illusion of justification for the shooting.  They are in need of funds for lawyers fees. Since the incident, both Chantelle and Michael have been working tirelessly to bring light to the injustices that they and many others have suffered at the hands of a very corrupt system. They realize how blessed they are to be alive, as they are the only ones who’ve survived an attack by the Police of this force in 2020. Together with the community, they are pressing forward for change! Please help to support them on this mission! They are still residing in the house where the incident took place. As one can imagine, this causes them a great deal of mental anguish to add to the severe physical and emotional pain. Being there is an intense trigger for Chantelle’s PTSD. Because of discriminating landlords, they will need to pay several months rent upfront in order to secure a new rental home. br />


The Connected EP




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