Tremayne returns with explosive new track ‘Total Fucking Darkness’

Toronto based alt Hip Hop and Rap artist Tremayne has returned with his first solo single since 2019, the infectiously unruly and utterly riotous ‘Total Fucking Darkness’. Dripping with Tremaynes creativity, unrivalled energy and unique creative prowess, this single is a momentous return for the talented artist who is ready to share even more explosive music.

With tinges of Kendrick Lamar threaded throughout, ‘Total Fucking Darkness’ is unapologetic, wild and intoxicatingly addictive. Jam packed with attitude, Tremayne captures the underground sound of new wave Toronto Rap and Trap, blended with classic Chicago town Hip Hop.

Focusing on the parameters of style, money and fashion ‘Total Fucking Darkness’ is a social commentary on the artistry of how we dress, exploring the concept of style itself and the relationship it has on our physical and emotional beings. 

One of four members of the formidable STAYOUTLATE collective, Tremayne now takes to the centre stage to share more of what he’s been cooking up and if ‘Total Fucking Darkness’ is just the beginning, we can’t wait for the rest of the ride.



“This is my attempt to discuss the difference between fashion and style without coming off as a pretentious prick. I love fashion deeply. I love fashion almost as much as I love music. I can watch runway shows for hours, I can shop for days and if I had a choice folks like Raf Simons, Demna Gvasalia, Chitose Abe, and this kid from Toronto named Aris would be my best friends. Let me say this again, I love fashion. But what is fashion without style?

Money makes anyone fashionable, but it can’t make you stylish. style is more than being able to purchase a pair of balenciaga triple s’, an off white belt and some Amiri jeans. Style is the exploration of your physical and often emotional self. accentuating the parts you love, being vulnerable with parts you hate. You can give 10 different people a grey sweatsuit and that sweat suit will present completely different on all 10 people. 

One of the best examples of what I’m trying to explain is the 2016 FW Vetement runway show. A show that I felt in many ways captured a lot of my feelings in style and fashion. This song in some ways represents if I could go back to that show and be a part of it in any way.” – Tremayne.

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