March 15, 2017
Anupa Mistry Is Done With The 6ix
The Fader's Anupa Mistry on a strange early clip of the Weeknd, new music you should pay attention to and why you should stop talking about the 6ix.
Kevin Sexton

Anupa Mistry is the Canada editor at The Fader and she’s written for outlets like Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and CBC Music. She writes about music and pop culture.

We brought her in to talk about some of the stuff she’s been into lately.

Here’s that video clip of The Weeknd that surfaced and @the6track Twitter account where Anupa found it.

Nav is a rapper/producer from Toronto. You can listen to his music on Soundcloud and see the video for his song “Some Way” here.

French duo The Blaze makes music and directs videos. Here’s the video for “Territory.”

Follow Anupa on Twitter: @_anupa

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