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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

"Toronto, Canada is the hip-hop capital of the world"

"Toronto, Canada is the hip-hop capital of the world."

This statement was tweeted by producer 9th Wonder via his Twitter feed after he had experienced the city’s vibrant hip-hop scene at the Manifesto festival in September. Whether you agree or not, it’s undeniably clear that for several years now, Toronto has been virtually overflowing with hip-hop talent; and like the surge of Southern influence in Hip Hop...many are dubbing it now the time when the North will take over. Toronto hasn't always received widespread and sustained commercial success musically, but it has endured till this point where now! finally! people are starting to take notice.

Many in Drake's generation have undoubtedly given Aubrey the credit with having at least opened that door a little more. As it is with all doors...they don't just open for those who've wanted to come in, but they've also opened allowing others to get out...and one such person is Producer 9th Wonder. Out of America and into Canada...and why not...since they've already collaborated before on a track called "Think good thoughts" - feat. Phonte & Elzhi (Produced by 9th Wonder). I personally would like to see more of this sort of American/Canadian interloping of talents, I think it can help bolster both sides of the border.

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