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#SOTD | Tam – Brand New ft. BMoney & Choclair [Video/Audio]

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Edmonton, AB – From #YEG to T-Dot, pro soccer player and rising hip-hop icon Tam makes his national collaborative debut with legendary Choclair and gold standard producer BMoney. Bringing Edmonton’s hip-hop scene into the global sector, Tam and BMoney carry on a Canadian hip-hop movement that Choclair helped pioneer with 4 Junos plus multiple MMVAs and gold records – the connection between the new and the foundational is evident in every aspect of this track, plus G-Dot’s impeccable production makes the visuals something worth watching. So check it out after the jump, and keep an eye open for some pretty special cameos from Tam’s pro soccer pals Atiba Hutchinson, a Canadian professional soccer player who was recently chosen as 2012’s Canadian Soccer Player of the Year.

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Tam – Brand New ft. BMoney & Choclair

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Twitter: @TamNsaliwa | @BMoneyGrenier | @Choclair | @GDOTSolo

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