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Blicky – My Issue (Prod. Dirtwork) [Audio]

Montreal, QC – We just caught a listen to some fire coming straight from Montreal. Reps Up / R Music Ent. recording artist Blicky (formerly known as I.Blast) got in on a filthy Dirtwork beat and the end-product was this turned-up new banger entitled “My Issue.” This track comes to us off Blicky’s forthcoming C’est La Vie project (with a scheduled drop-date for some time in April 2014). Check it below.

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This joint just goes to show what can happen when MCs and producers link up and make things happen. This song is twofold in turned-upedness. For one, it’s got that hard-hitting intense beat that makes you want to eat other rap cats for breakfast.

And then Blicky’s rhymes bring it all together. I mean, dude’s really unapologetic about the officialness of his clique, and the number of women he’s getting, and how all-around awesome his life is. He says it himself – he’s fly; that’s his issue. And therein lies the problem: the supreme Blicky flyness. Can I get a hashtag: #FirstWorldProblem, here? If I ran into him on the street, I’d be all, “Yo, Blicky, what’s good these days?” And then he’d be like, “I have to be straight with you, I’m having a rough time right now. I’m just too fly.” And then he’d spit some hungry bars. And it would be great.


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Sarah Sussman is HipHopCanada's Associate Editor in Chief. Sarah is a born-and-raised Calgarian who works as a freelance writer, photographer, and A&R talent scout for Universal Music. During the day, she runs a vintage clothing boutique on 17th Avenue called Used House of Vintage. Sarah graduated from SAIT Polytechnic's journalism diploma program in 2013 and has been writing about Canadian hip-hop since 2012. Sarah has written for The Yellow Pages Group, The Weal, Where Calgary, Essential Calgary, and Our Alberta. Sarah started working with HipHopCanada in January 2013 as the Regional Prairies Editor. She has been fortunate enough to interview and photograph some of hip-hop's greatest influencers including Rich Homie Quan, Action Bronson, Smoke DZA, Future, MGK, Ghostface Killah, Moka Only, Maestro Fresh Wes, Shad, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, Maseo (De La Soul), Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest), and more. Follow Sarah on Twitter: @IHeartTART

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