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Kid P – One Of Those Days [Audio]

Winnipeg, MB – You know what it’s like when you’re having one of “those days”? Kid P was having one of those days, so he wrote some verses and dropped a new track on us entitled “One Of Those Days.”

The track is laced over some sweet vibed-out production, courtesy of NuVintage. But the lyrics are pretty raw. Kid P makes some thoughtful commentary on the current social state of Canada, including the prevalence of racism and the need for increased national unity. Check it out below, and head over to SoundCloud to check out more of Kid P’s music.

Kid P – One Of Those Days [Audio] -

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