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    Rap Recording Of The Year

    Boy-Cott-In The Industry - Classified Urbnet*Outside


    Proclaimed as Halifax's leading rap voice, Classified has opened for everyone from Ludacris to Busta Rhymes. In addition to superior production and smooth lyrics, his latest CD, Boy-Cott-In The Industry, includes guest appearances by Choclair, Royce 5'9, Jay Bizzy and others.


    It's Called Life - Eternia Urbnet*Outside


    The hip hop MC has tightened her skills in street ciphers, studio sessions and live shows. She's rocked rhymes from crowded subway cars in the Bronx to street corners in Philadelphia. Following a slew of successful singles, videos and feature releases, her first full-length, It's Called Life, came out in Canada and Australia.


    Kardinal Offishall - Fire and Glory EMI


    Toronto's most celebrated MC has been incorporating authentic Jamaica vibes into his unique rap-dancehall mix since the mid-'90s. His latest album, Fire And Glory, describes what his life has been like over the last few years. The multiple JUNO Award-winning artist has appeared on BET and MTV in the US and guested on records by Pete Rock, Method Man, Akon and others.


    The Dusty Foot Philosopher - K'naan track & field*SONY BMG


    Leaving Somalia at age 13, Toronto-based K'Naan is a hip hop artist whose lyrics reflect the struggles he has overcome and seen. After being a guest on a War Child benefit track, "Keep The Beat," Gerald Eaton (Philosopher Kings/Jarvis Church), one-half of the production team Track & Field (Nelly Furtado), produced his full-length debut, The Dusty Foot Philosopher.


    United We Fall - Sweatshop Union Battle Axe*EMI


    The collective's third album, United We Fall, is classic Sweatshop Union. It combines raw hip hop with conscious lyrics and highly musical beats. The first single/video was "Broken Record." In the past the band has been nominated at the Western Canadian Music Awards, the Independent Canadian Music Awards, the Canadian Radio Awards and in 2004 for a Juno Award.




    I want to see Classified win it, but you cant deny kardinal, Fire and Glory was an awsome album. Sweatshop had a deadly album to, but not as good as some of there past work.

    Oh yeah, the juno's are on april 2nd, im sure no one will watch but if you want to there you go
    If I can kick drugs, I can deliver a baby

    Charlie RIP
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