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Toronto, ON – This past weekend marked the 7th Annual Manifesto Festival in Toronto and to honour this event some of Toronto’s finest talent teamed up for a track entitled “How Could You Judge Me?” The track premiered on Noisey Music and features verses from Raz Fresco, John River, Rich Kidd and Blake Carrington. Produced by Soze, the smooth instrumental includes a sample of Jay Z’s “Blueprint (Momma Loves Me).” Listen below!

These four artists will be representing Canada on October 5th in Atlanta at the A3C Festival for an all-Canadian show. Check out more information on That New North here.

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