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D-Pryde live in Toronto at Mod Club on July 11th [News/Contest]

Toronto, ON – Brampton native, D-Pryde will be in Toronto on Thursday July 11th to perform live at Mod Club. The 19 year old Filipino rapper/singer/songwriter maintains one of the most impressive fan bases for any young artist. A relevant force in social media, his reach extends to legions of fans with over 60 million YouTube views and 290,000 YouTube subscribers. MTV dubbed him “An Artist to Watch,” while XXL nominated him for its esteemed 2013 Freshmen Class List. His new chapter begins on July 9th when he releases his debut six-track EP, Canal & Richvale. You can pre-order the EP on iTunes here.

Sony Music and HipHopCanada are teaming up to giveaway a pair of tickets to D-Pryde’s show. To enter the contest you must do the following: tweet the hashtag #DPrydeModClub to both @Sony_Music and @HipHopCanada and tell us why you should win! The winner will be chosen at random on 12:00PM on July 11th. The contest is now open, so get tweeting!

Check out D-Pryde’s latest single “Lifted” off Canal and Richvale after the jump, plus more information on tickets.

D-Pryde live in Toronto at Mod Club on July 11th [News/Contest] - HipHopCanada.com

Ticket and Show Info

Date: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Time: Doors 6:00pm VIP / 7:00pm GA
Venue: Virgin Mobile Mod Club
Address: 722 College St Toronto, ON
VIP: $30
General Admission: $12
All Ages Event
Purchase tickets here: ticketscene.ca

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