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Gangis Khan aka Camoflauge – Younger Heads [Video]

Toronto, ONGangis Khan aka Camoflauge recently released this “Younger Heads” video in support of his new Ninja Music: The Andy Burner Project mixtape.

The video starts off with Camo standing in a cemetery, speaking on the loss of a close friend named Short Dog (aka Kirk Ewart) who looked out for him when he was growing up. Camo fans might recall that 2011’s “Insomnia” video was also dedicated to Ewart who passed away earlier that year. Recognizing the growing level of violence amongst Toronto’s youth, Camo reveals that he has some advice for the younger heads and that they should take heed to the experience he’s speaking from:

My young Gods, I wish I had more time to sit with you.

What I find most interesting is Camo’s understanding how to communicate with the younger generation. It’s all in the message and style of delivery:

School is good for you, son, pay attention in class. You ain’t gotta get A’s, you just gotta pass / Get the school done, finish it fast, then you can focus on them other things like getting that cash.

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    […] Whether it’s calling out keyboard cowboys (“Internet Gangsta“), or reaching out to the young women from his community (“My Little Girl“), or even feeling festive (“Happy Fuckin’ Holidays“), the Scarborough vet has long since proven his advanced song-writing skills. But what always hits me the hardest with Camo is when he comes completely introspective and wears his heart on his sleeve. Either speaking intimately about a life changing moment (“Second Chance“), providing a vivid understanding of his upbringing and roots (“Family“) or speaking out to a next generation of disenfranchised youth facing the various challenges that come with their territory (“Younger Heads“). […]

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