15 Toronto Artists Not Named Drake
Drake may have firmly put the global spotlight on Toronto, but the truth is that T. Dot has been a hotbed of musical talent for years, and the next generation of talent isn’t waiting to make their own mark. So we’ve put together a collection of some of the best and brightest future stars from the Canadian capital. From classic hip-hop from Smash Brovaz to new school alt-R&B from Allan Rayman and every sound in between, when they blow up in less than two years you can say you’ve been listening since the beginning. All hail the Queen City.
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