I interviewed Gangis Khan aka Camoflauge when I went down to Toronto for the Slaughterhouse concert. Camo discusses why he was such a troublesome child, how the movie "Slum Dogg Millionaire" influenced him to name his latest mixtape "Scarrdogg Millionaire" which is presented by HipHopCanada Digital.
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Chedo caught Melanie Fiona on the Alicia Keys tour in the John Labatt Centre. Melanie Fiona and Chedo discussed why it’s so hard for Canadian artists to get recognition in their own country and much more.
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During and after touring with the world famous “Roots” since 1998, Scratch has shared stages alongside Ludacris, Jay-Z, Eminem, James Brown, Usher, and Kanye West to name a few. Scratch has also appeared on various mixtapes and has guest appeared on platinum albums along with winning a Grammy Award.
We discussed his connection with The Roots, the misconception about Kanye West, and the interview wouldn't be complete unless we had some live footage of Scratch. Check it out!!!
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The two young emcees have been steadily building a name for themselves writing and performing across southwestern Ontario since mid-2006. Sharing a similar vision, Bill Maka, 23, and Ray Black, 22, bring to their audience two distinct styles. This blend of Maka’s explosive and edgy delivery and Black’s laid-back smooth flow, along with their eclectic soundscapes, are what make Okay City unique and places them among the brightest of the new generation of Canadian music acts.
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Born in Nairobi Kenya, from Ugandan parents, SUM-01 and her 5 siblings fled Africa due to civil war that took place in Uganda. Raised in London, Ontario Canada and constantly immersed in the musical sounds of African music and dance, SUM-01 grew up enriched in culture. From the age of 8 she was accepted into a performing arts elementary school where her love for music, drama, art and dance flourished.