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Muneshine – In Transit ft. Jenn Grant (Prod. Suff Daddy) [Video]

Toronto, ONMuneshine just dropped new visuals for his Toronto anthem of supremeness titled “In Transit,” featuring production by Suff Daddy and vocals courtesy of Jenn Grant.

Muneshine puts on for his city. But he doesn’t just put on for his city; he shows love to the people and the culture of the T-Dot, too. This track is a serious good look for Toronto: “I can be your best friend/ Home is Toronto/ You can find me in the West End.”

This track comes to us off Muneshine’s latest album of the same name (In Transit), which is out now on Scissor Records/Tommy Boy. Head over to iTunes to cop a download, and check the new video after the jump.

Muneshine - In Transit ft. Jenn Grant (Prod. Suff Daddy) [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

This video delivers a series of day-in-the-life stories of various Torontonians. There’s that girl who dances, and busts a move while she cooks eggs. There’s the dreaded-up b-baller. There’s the dude with the sailboat. There are a whole lot of others. And they are all “In Transit” in the city of Toronto. Seriously, though. This is beautiful. I feel feelings. I wish I was a Torontonian.

Also, I just want to take a quick minute to shout-out Suff Daddy’s production. Because this beat is monster. It’s got a club-thumping vibe going on. So you know it could get played in the club. But it’s also got this smooth, smoked-out sort of feel. So you can jam to it on your own when you find yourself “In Transit.”


Twitter: @Muneshine | @jenngrantmusic | @suffdaddy

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