[NEW VIDEO] Maestro Fresh Wes – Born In Toronto ft. Rich Kidd‏

February 13, 2015

Brand new video featuring some of my fav T-Dot MCs – official blurb is below.  Watch and enjoy!!

Celebrating over 25 years in the music industry, Maestro Fresh Wes is one of the most influential hip hop artists in Canada. With BORN IN TORONTO, the Godfather of Canadian Hip Hop releases the visuals for his collabo with the ‘Young Boss’, Rich Kidd about the city they both represent.  Directed by Andre Rehal and produced by Bruce Carson of Worked Films, the video features glimpses of some famous landmarks and events that make Toronto the amazing city that it is.  From the fireworks of the city’s annual Cavalcade of Lights, to the colourful spectrum of Caribana, to peeks at City Hall and The ACC, the home of The Toronto Raptors, Wes and Rich Kidd deliver this dedication to their city from East to West.  In addition to some of Toronto’s key landmarks, the video also features cameos by Kardinal Offishall, Shad K, and Kwajo Cinco (from Ghetto Concept).

With beats produced by Rich Kidd, “BORN IN TORONTO” features the two MCs trading bars on all things related to the city — from music and city history, to politics and social commentary – all with a touch of lyrical word play and style. In addition to being a much sought-after producer and MC, Rich Kidd recently received a 2015 JUNO Award nomination for Rap Recording of the Year as part of Natural Born Strangers, his group with fellow T-Dot artists Tona, and Adam Bomb, who is also featured on the hook for this single.  The visuals are the perfect match to tell the story of Toronto.

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