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John River performs at That New North show in Atlanta [Video]

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Toronto, ON – HipHopCanada had the pleasure of sponsoring an all-Canadian show at the A3C Festival in Atlanta last month. The show, called That New North featured performances by some of Canada’s best, including John River. Falling Deep Entertainment was in attendance and captured John Rivers performance, where the young Mississauga artist mixed it up a bit with a new material over Miley Cyrus’ “Can’t Stop” and then even more new material done completely acapella. The other artists on the bill were Rich Kidd, Smash Brovaz, Blake Carrington, Raz Fresco, 4th Pyramid, Caliph and then surprises from JellyTooFly and Phoenix Pagliacci. Check out his performance below.

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