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John River debuts new song at The Known Unknown [Video]

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Toronto, ON – Amongst the other amazing performances at The Known Unknown on January 20th, 18 year old John River took to the stage and premiered a brand new song, titled “Wherever You Go”. The track was co-produced with FrancisGotHeat and it samples Colbie Caillat’s feel good acoustic arrangement, “Bubbly”. With DJ Andre from Royalty Radio to his left, River prepared the audience for headliner Andreena and asked everyone to sing the hook with him. Check out the footage of John River performing “Wherever You Go” below and hit the jump to see the pictures.

In November, John River released his debut mixtape, The Calm, that has since been very well received, garnering over 50,000 views and more than 3,000 downloads on DatPiff. You can download it here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlYuNBz3Yqc

Video/Photos: John River debuts new song at The Known Unknown - HipHopCanada.com

Video/Photos: John River debuts new song at The Known Unknown - HipHopCanada.com

Video courtesy of TrayneFilms (@TrayneFilms) from MSTRD Media for HipHopCanada.

Photography by Andrew Palmer of ILLDefined Artistry (@ILLDfndArtistry) for The Known Unknown.

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