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RoleModel & Nki-Louise – One Day [Audio]

Calgary, ABRoleModel and Nki-Louise have teamed up for a sick new track entitled “One Day.” The track is a remix of “Battle Scars” by Lupe Fiasco and Guy Sebastian off of Lupe’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1. Peep the track below.

RoleModel & Nki Louise – One Day [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com


The duality of having an unapologetic femcee like Nki (she also produces and battles, by the way) and a tight-rhyming lyricist like RoleModel together on a track is super fresh. They made the track their own. And to make things even better, the duo is gearing up to drop an all-original project entitled Misery Loves Company (or #MLC because hashtags are really relevant right now) in the near future. The project is in its final mixing stages. So hopefully that means it’ll be coming our way soon.

RoleModel is originally from Cape Breton, NS, and Nki is from Westbank, BC. But for some reason, they ended up linking up in Calgary and are now cranking out some dope tunes. Can’t wait to see what else they have in store for us.


Twitter: @rolemodel90 | @nkilouise

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  1. Rick

    God. Most Canadian rap is such trash.

  2. Heavy

    Ricks obviously used to crunk rap. This track is real hip hop.

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