Season 2, Toronto Sound and tired of slave movies
On this episode of The Curb podcast, hosts Bluu and Lahgic sit down with Clifton “KLFTN” Reddick, founder of Battle of the Beat Makers (BBM) and Sound Supremacy Entertainment. They have a quick chat about friends gone astray, whether or not it’s possible to go too far in a rap battle, the 10-year cycle of top tier rap artists and why Bluu felt he needed to see Birth of a Nation even though he’s tired of seeing slave movies. Then KLFTN dives into his newest project, Toronto Sound Vol.1, a memoir of his journey though 30 years in Toronto hip-hop, chronicalling his escape from violence to Nova Scotia, the radio gigs that built his foundation and the formation of BBM.
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Recorded and engineered by. @Herdthetrains + @MaajinnBluu
Music by. @RiggsMauph
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