December 15th: The Cypher Donation Raiser...

When: December 15th
Where: Augusta House (152 Augusta Ave.)




True to his namesake, Rich Kidd is naturally gifted producer/rapper and blessed at anything he set his musical mind to. Rich Kidd's notoriously hypnotic, head-nodding, harmonic and dramatic soundscapes began in Mississauga and his swift, sharp and street-wise rhyme style is a force to be reckoned with. Artists as diverse and esteemed as Drake, Kardinal Offishall, Saukrates, Bishop Brigante, Ill Bill, Raekwon, Cutty Ranks and Sizzla have been seeking out Rich Kidd for his timeless production as well as rapping features.Rich Kidd has an undeniable loyalty and respect from the endless amount of fans he has. His release party in August 2009 for his mixtape "We On Some Rich Kidd Ish" was so overwhelming that the second release party in Dec 2009 was even bigger after word got out how incredible his performances are.

His most recent success story is when Canadian artist K-Os jumped on a Saukrates song featuring Nelly Furtado, now called "I Wish I Knew Natalie Portman". The song outsold K-Os's new album 'Yes!' on iTunes, 2-units-to-1, and continues to garner attention and respect for everyone involved, especially the mastermind of the malicious melody: Rich Kidd.


DUSTY DUST Featuring The Seizons

Dusty Dust has come a long way from spitting rhymes with his boys on the park benches of Mississauga. Albeit this man is no stranger to the microphone; getting his start ten years ago in Toronto’s drum & bass scene. Today Dusty Dust can be found mixing it up with Dafunky Situation – a live electronic act - and making musical movements with his band The Seizons. Making their debut on December 15th at the Cypher, The Seizons are looking to seize the moment. Making use of soundscapes of all natures these boys are bringing the ‘live’ hip-hop! As a lyricist, percussionist and performer, Dusty Dust is on the up and up in this here ‘screw face capital’…

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$5 before 11:30, $10 after.

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