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Everything you should know about the internet's favourite rapper.
When a Black emcee says the N-word, it's about identity and survival.
Kardinal Offishall performs his hit “Everyday (Rudebwoy)”.
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Kardinal Offishall performs his classic “Dangerous” off his 2008 album Not 4 Sale.
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Canadian hip-hop sensation Kardinal Offishall sits down with acclaimed music producer Gavin Brown and talks about falling in love with music and how it helps him give back to his community.
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When it comes to climate change, the math and science are clear -- but not to everyone. The arts can be powerful allies in helping us all understand the severity of the challenge and the urgency for action.
When Drake strutted into the ACC arena on August 1, dressed all in black with an OVO shirt and a beard, he wasn't just the biggest star onstage or even the biggest rapper in hip hop. Drake can legitimately claim to be the biggest star in music and so he invited the only others operating at his level this year.
They were using their talents and resources to pursue their passions. We often celebrate young people (think Bill Gates for instance) for doing this in other businesses and personal pursuits, but it takes on a very different tone when young black men from stigmatized areas take an unconventional path and invest their energies into it.