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Ryan Leslie Performs in Toronto during Canadian Music Week [Video/Photos]

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Toronto, ON – The very talented Ryan Leslie was in Toronto March 22nd as he brought his Black Mozart Tour to the The Phoenix during Canadian Music Week. Peep the video below of RLes doing a rendition of “Fly Together” and check out some pictures after the jump.

Special thanks to Union Events for accommodating HipHopCanada at this show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lt0OsWF7J14&feature=youtu.be

Video/Photos: Ryan Leslie Performs in Toronto during Canadian Music Week - HipHopCanada.com

Video/Photos: Ryan Leslie Performs in Toronto during Canadian Music Week - HipHopCanada.com

Video/Photos: Ryan Leslie Performs in Toronto during Canadian Music Week - HipHopCanada.com

Video/Photos: Ryan Leslie Performs in Toronto during Canadian Music Week - HipHopCanada.com

Video taken by ThisIsWalder (@ThisIsWalderCom) for HipHopCanada
Photography by Logik (@Logik416) for HipHopCanada

Twitter: @ryanleslie | @TheUnionEast | @CMW_FEST

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