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Souls of Mischief 20th Anniversary performance at Manifesto [Video]

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Toronto, ON – After releasing footage of Jhene Aiko performing “My Mine” last week, Toronto’s ManifestoTV is back with a video of the legendary group Souls of Mischief tearing down the stage at the 7th Annual Manifesto Festival. Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of 93 ‘Til Infinity, Souls took to the stage to perform the classic “93 ‘Til Infinity,” as well as their verses from Hieroglyphics’ “You Never Knew.” The group also took the time to discuss the power of knowledge and what it takes to be relevant after 20 years. Check out the footage below.

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