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Rich Kidd takes over Rap City as guest host on MuchMusic [Video]

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Toronto, ON – The host of MuchMusic’s Rap City, T-RexXx stepped away from the camera for an episode but luckily, Rich Kidd, aka Chocolate Boy Wonder, among other aka’s, filled in as guest host for T-RexXx.

Rich Kidd stopped by Metal Works (a studio in Mississauga), and showed a bit of what he was working on and also gave a tour place where everyone from Drake to Christina Aguilera, to Rush and DMX have recorded. Also with him holding down the boards was the legendary engineer/DJ/mixer/producer Young Guru, who has worked on virtually every Jay-Z record, as well as with Beyonce, Drake, Ghostface Killah and T.I.

Click the picture below or follow the link to watch Rich Kidd hosting Rap City below. Hit the jump to check out Rich Kidd’s brand new video for “Can I Get A (Bom Bom).”

Rich Kidd takes over Rap City as guest host on MuchMusic [Video]

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