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Toronto, ON – Here’s the second episode from VICE Canada’s new series called Downtown Sound, profiling musicians across Canada. This one features BADBADNOTGOOD.

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“For the second episode of our Downtown Sound series, co-presented by our pals over at HTC Canada, we took out our favourite hip-hop jazz nerd band BADBADNOTGOOD out for pho and beers (and then more beers). We were lucky enough to get BADBADNOTGOOD on the bill with Raz Fresco and you’ll see in this video how absolutely awesome and crazy all of that turned out. Enjoy. Vancouver’s up next!”

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Natasha was born and raised in Toronto. She graduated from York University almost 2 years ago and since then has co-founded a youth led, social enterprise called The Next Edition which uses media and art to engage youth with their community. For the past year and a half she has been working with young aspiring artists who are looking for a way to showcase their skills and have their voice heard. With juggling weekly meetings, managing a website, and planning events for hundreds of people Natasha takes refuge in urban music. Researching and knowing the latest headlines, and newest tracks in the hip-hop world is something that she loves. But more importantly for her hip-hop is a lot more than just a genre of music, it is a culture and it has shaped who she is today. Finding a way to combine her passion for music, the knowledge she has gained from working with young people and the issues she has seen in the community is a goal Natasha would like to achieve in the near future. Recently, Natasha has taken on PR work for rappers and DJs.

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