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popular nightclub for local artists and lovers of hip hop, soca, and reggae.
Best New Artist - Rap.
”If you were a hip-hop fan in the spring of ‘87 you were listening to the Fantastic Voyage radio show on CKLN; buying records at Starsound and most definitely attending shows at the Concert Hall presented by Ron Nelson.'”
”For the price of a couple beers spend nine nights watching blues icons B.B. King and Muddy Waters back-to-back.'”
”Between 1973 and 1979 the only conceivable way hip-hop could’ve been exported to Canada would’ve been through residents taking trips to NYC (specifically the South Bronx) and bringing back the style to Toronto.”
”REMG presents A Tribe Called Quest & De La Soul.”
”For decades, the Notorious B.I.G.'s 1995 show in Toronto has been the stuff of local legend.'”
”Maceo was one of Toronto's dominant sounds in the 1970s and '80s. A versatile selector he's also considered to be one of the first hip-hop deejay's in the city.'”
”Peace to Kish -- he made a big contribution to the evolution of Toronto hip-hop.'”
”This ad from June 12 1969 represents what is probably their very first Toronto appearance.'”
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