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J. Thaddeus – I Just Wonna Dance ft. Cash Bradshaw, Kid Canada & Dele-O [Video]

Calgary, ABHipHopCanada has teamed up with J. Thaddeus and the OhNo Music Group to bring you the debut of new visuals for “I Just Wonna Dance.” This track comes to us off J. Thaddeus’ forthcoming album entitled The Disgruntled Gentleman. Yes, it’s the album that you’ve been waiting on for a while. But don’t worry. It is scheduled to drop on Dec. 3 (that’s this upcoming Tuesday, by the way).

The visuals were directed and edited by S.I.N. Media, and filmed by E3 Media. The track was produced by Brotherman. So while you’re waiting out the release of The Disgruntled Gentleman, check out the video below. And then go dance to this banger, or something – you know you wonna.

J. Thaddeus – I Just Wonna Dance ft. Cash Bradshaw, Kid Canada & Dele-O [Video] -

J. Thaddeus: Q&A

HipHopCanada: What things in particular make you want to dance?

J. Thaddeus: Mainly just [those] old-school soulful-type of joints that get me goin’ and just a good vibe in the room to get me on my two-step .

HipHopCanada: Where are your favourite places to go dancing in Calgary?

J. Thaddeus: I usually don’t dance when I’m out. [I] just vibe out. But 10 at 10 is one of my regular spots to chill.

HipHopCanada: Can you share your secret killer dance moves with me?

J. Thaddeus: [I have] no secret moves, or nothing like that, really. Although I do have a decent moonwalk I might pull out one of these days. I used to be into b-boying and breaking when I was in highschool. But nowadays I just vibe and bob my head.

HipHopCanada: What is your first memory of dancing ever?

J. Thaddeus: Not sure I remember but I’m sure it was a Michael Jackson joint.

HipHopCanada: You collaborated with Dele O, Cash, and Kid Canada on this joint. How was that?

J. Thaddeus: It was all gravy. That’s my family right there, so it was real organic and easy. We all have different styles but we vibe well together.

HipHopCanada: Did any of them have any dance moves that you picked up?

J. Thaddeus: I don’t even think any of us danced in the video. We were all too cool for school. But we had everyone else dancin’ though.

HipHopCanada: You usually collaborate with Dele O, Cash, and Kid Canada. What do they each bring to the table for J. Thaddeus?

J. Thaddeus: Dele-O has one of the dopest flows. It don’t even matter what he says, sometimes. It just always sounds nice. Cash got that southern Texas cool vibe, but [he] sounds so different from anyone I know. And Kid [is] from out of space. He [is] just dope in all aspects. Dude can just spit the dopest 16, then turn around and drop a rock record on you. But that’s the team, right there. And we all gel. You gonna see a lot more colabos from all of us.

Twitter: @jdotthaddeus | @cashbradshaw | @RealKidCanada | @DELE_O

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Sarah Jay is HipHopCanada's Associate Editor in Chief. Sarah is based in Calgary and works as a freelance journalist and photographer. Sarah is also a former A&R talent scout for the Universal Music Scouting Program, and runs a vintage store during the day. Sarah has juried the JUNO Awards, The Polaris Music Prize, and The Prism Prize. She has been fortunate enough to interview and photograph some of hip-hop's greatest influencers including Future, ScHoolboy Q, Ghostface Killah, Moka Only, Maestro Fresh Wes, Shad, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, and more. Follow Sarah on Twitter: @ThisIsSarahJay

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