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Dirty Deeds releases a series of racy videos [News/Video]


Toronto, ON – To promote his upcoming album, Let’s Be Friends, Dirty Deeds( a.k.a C4) will release a series of videos of people playing kids’ games like Hungry Hungry Hippos and Tetherball. Butt here’s the thing, everyone’s naked. will be the hub for both the censored and (for over 18s) uncensored versions of the videos. Each video will become available when its goal of “Likes” and shares over Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites is reached (#letsbefriends and @dirtydeedsdottv). That shouldn’t take long – it’s pretty easy to like grinning, bouncing, naked people.

The album Let’s Be Friends from label C4ENT will be available at (and iTunes) on March 6. Fans will also be able to purchase Dirty Deeds merchandise – bathrobes, caps and robot toys – at the online store.The tracks on Let’s Be Friends range from neck-cracking new school Hip Hop to chaotic quasi-erotic Dubstep. If you ask Didier Tovel, the beatmaster and creative mind behind Dirty Deeds, what “erotic Dubstep” is he’ll tell you it sounds like “a robot invader kidnapping and seducing this hot chick from a band.”

Band members include: Maya Killtron (vocals), Harry Knazan (drums, keys), Mark James (keys, programming) and Rene G. (guitar, brass). Additional special guests will be revealed at the launch of the album.

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@ThatsBizz is a Senior Contributor for HipHopCanada and a member of the Central Canada team. The nuts and bolts of Jonathon “Bizz” Brown are impressive, but it’s his ability to apply his skills, identify opportunities, adapt to new environments and get the job done that makes him who he is. An engaging combination of education, experience and vision, Brown continues to make his mark on many fronts and plant his flag as a professional on the rise. Entrenched in the urban music scene for more than half a decade, Bizz launched Crack House Radio in 2004. Over the next four years, the online radio show would evolve into a major outlet for Canadian music and hip hop culture in general. Over that time, Bizz interviewed countless artists and professionals including Belly, Bishop, Drake, Classified, Guru, Joell Ortiz, author and gang specialist Michael Chettleburg, Brent (owner of Just Ent) & many others. In 2007, Bizz joined Urbanology Magazine as a staff writer and would go on to contribute dozens of articles over the next three years including a cover story on Classified in 2009. 2007 also saw the launch of Bizz' line of t-shirts reading "Hip Hop Ain't Dead It Lives In The North." Since then, he's toured with Peter Jackson, Busta Rhymes, DJ Dames Nellas, Bishop, Slaughterhouse & Pharoahe Monch and secured a strong following with his column on called "The Fine Print."

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