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Island Boy Cartel – Paranoia ft. Kardinal Offishall, Shi Wisdom & Anything Ill [Audio]

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Toronto, ON – Here’s a new track from Island Boy Cartel (IBC) called “Paranoia” featuring the don Kardinal Offishall, the beautiful miss Shi Wisdom and Planet VI member Anything Ill. For those not familiar with IBC it’s a worldwide collective of artists that was formed by Kardinal. The group includes Benny Demus (Akon’s DJ), Planet VI (the rap group formerly known as Rock City) and Verse Simmonds, the St. Thomas born singer and songwriter. Check out the song below that was produced by Kardi himself and download it after the jump.

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