Canadian multimedia and entertainment platform 6ixBuzz has been cited by many Canadians as their number one source of entertainment. Whether it’s through posting news stories that are trending across the country, internet memes, or even venturing into music, 6ixBuzz has found ways to keep their audience captivated, and growing.

With currently more than two million followers on Instagram, the brand has expanded into a new outlet promoting some of Canada’s best artists. 6ixBuzz Entertainment was established with the purpose of showcasing and shining a light on Canadian hip-hop culture and the underground music scene.

Their latest compilation, Canada’s Most Wanted, was released on June 11th, 2021 and consists of 25 tracks, with an hour and nine minutes in total runtime.

The album features a large range of Canadian rappers including Pressa, FRVRFRIDAY, Houdini, 88GLAM, Duvy, KILLY, NorthSideBenji, Pengz, Lil Berete, Merkules, and many more. Major singles leading up to the release of Canada’s Most Wanted include 2020’s “Mansion” by Pressa and Houdini, “East to West” by 88GLAM, as well as “VV’s” by KILLY and Houdini, and “Steppaz” by Top5 and 3MFrench.

Canada’s Most Wanted follows 6ixBuzz’s 2019 compilation, NorthernSound, and is the company’s second official release on digital streaming platforms. To date, it’s been streamed over 15 million times on Spotify. The new album can be found on Spotify and other digital streaming platforms via distribution from Warner Music Canada.

You can follow @6ixBuzzTV on Instagram.

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Written by Michael Meanchoff for HipHopCanada

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