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Church Chizzle – Oh Boy [Video/MP3]

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Toronto, ON – After over a year of rocking high profile events, Toronto based rapper Church Chizzle has released the first street single / video off of his debut project. This project is titled Leader of the New School. Deep Words. The song, titled “Oh Boy,” touches on the struggle of a street affiliated artist who’s trying to adjust to a new lifestyle filled with positive opportunities.

The video was directed by Elliot Clancy-Osberg and the song was produced by R.L BoWes. Check it out below.

http://youtu.be/B0-sZae4b10

Church Chizzle - Oh Boy [Video/MP3] - HipHopCanada.com

Church Chizzle – Oh Boy

Produced by R.L BoWes

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Be sure to check out Church Chizzle’s official website, ChurchChizzle.com.

Twitter: @ChurchChizzle | @ThirdEyeRed | @BoWesMusicProd

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