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Atlanta Trapstep Trio Watch The Duck to Perform in Toronto May 8 [News/Contest]

Toronto, ON – Next Wednesday Watch The Duck (WTD), a trio trapstep group from Atlanta will be performing live at Wrongbar. The group has been making music waves by crossing over from the hip hop/rnb world to the edm world and back again. Some even describe them as soulstep, but their sound is entirely unique. As a follow up to their hit single “Poppin’ Off,” WTD has recently released a new EP titled Anatidaephobia (meaning the fear that somewhere, some how… a duck is watching you). Their visit to Toronto will be to promote the release of the EP.

Our friends at Sony Music Canada have a pair of tickets to giveaway to the show. For a chance to win tweet #WatchTheDuckToronto to @HipHopCanada and @Sony_Music and you’ll automatically be entered into the contest draw. The contest begins today (May 1st) at 12:00PM and ends on May 8th at 12:00PM. Good luck and thank you to all who participate.

Check out WTD’s latest video for a track titled “Lost In It” after the jump.

News/Contest: Atlanta Trapstep Trip Watch The Duck Perform in Toronto May 8 - HipHopCanada.com

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

Twitter: @WatchTheDuck | @Sony_Music

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