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The international plug. Rapper. Producer. Dj. Executive. Consultant. Publisher. Mentor. Designer. Host. Family man. Culture curator. Life liver.

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This was not planned...but the energy in that moment? Lemme show you something-watch this clip and then imagine these vibes at every club, house party, blocko (block party), Caribana, church(👀), school and everything in between. This is a glimpse into Toronto’s DNA. That vibe, that rawness of many cultures coming together to raise up your two twos and buss blanks in the air to salute great times. No disrespect, but standing in a booth popping a bottle is not vibes to me...when you’re in all white and don’t want nobody to step on your new crep, i understand...but it ain’t something i want to do every time i go out...but that’s just me. I’m a bit of a mad head who loves to dance, jump up, sweat, kill soundbwoys on the mic or the turntables and wish that a great night never ends. I digress-anyways, Sunday night reminded me of 2005 when I rocked with Jigga and Ye(🙄) in a similar parking lot downtown. Only real difference is my home actually showed more love (almost impossible)a couple days ago. Listen-to my young Gz-hip-hop doesn’t end at 30 years old-if you make the right choices, you can participate in the culture in some way forever. Up to you. For my OGz, never feel like you’re too old to love what you love. There’s millionssssssss of people in every age group who live and breathe hip-hop. We gotta continue to celebrate every aspect of it. Big up Toronto-we contributed a lot to this game...for MANY years. Salute every artist, DJ, promoter, street team, bouncer and ting. Just because you may not know history doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Apply that where needed. PS, I am not the first. Don’t live in the past, create today! #doyourgoogles #TorontoStrong #myversion #bastidsbbq

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Shoutout to everybody who attended Bastid’s bbq last night in downtown Toronto. Was beautiful! Thousands of people down there rocking and having a good time and representing for hip-hop. The mood, the vibe and the energy was all positive. There wasn’t a large police presence at all, and everybody gathered in the heart of downtown to enjoy the music, the performances and the energy. I was so proud of our hip-hop community last night for showing the city what hip hop is supposed to feel like. As I went across the street after the show for some food, I looked up at the headlines & I was very distraught. I was disappointed, I was saddened for the life lost, and for a little bit-I felt helpless. On the drive home my wife called me to make sure I was OK...and that feeling of having to reassure my wife every time I leave the house is a feeling that too many of us have had to live with for years and that many of us are now being introduced to. No community, no neighborhood, no class of people, no race of people should have to make crime and violence a regular occurrence where they live or where they go for relaxation and enjoyment. It can be very depressing and discouraging for so many of us. There is no neighbourhood in the world that just started off bad and was always a haven for criminal acts. Crime and violence happens everywhere. Until we can understand that we have to study the root causes for what is happening on several different occasions, address them and seek to solve them-we will very often feel like what we felt like this morning. Economics, mental health, resources, systemic injustices, education, media all play a part in what is happening in our neighbourhoods, in our cities and our country. Thoughts and prayers are cool if you’re really thinking about something and praying for something in particular. Otherwise it’s a distraction from achieving real results. Let’s continue to do our part and contribute to solutions. No matter how small, do SOMETHING to help make our society a greater place for ALL to live. Do not wait until the next tragedy to act. Do not wait until it’s at your doorstep. Move with empathy and wisdom. We must do better.

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