Toronto’s Gangis Khan looks to unite city with new 22-track mixtape, Bad Karma
Toronto, ON – Originally published July 21, 2017 – There’s been a lot of street violence in the GTA this year, to the point where some people are drawing comparisons to 2005’s tragic Summer of the Gun.
But despite the difficulty and overall risks at play, some artists are doing their best to bring unity to the city with the hope of building a brighter future.
Gangis Khan (aka Camoflauge) is doing just that with his new mixtape, Bad Karma. The 22-track release dropped about an hour ago and is jam packed with guest appearances from artists all across Toronto. The ‘opps’ are putting aside their disdain for each other and coming together for the sake of unity and making good music. As one of the most respected artists coming out of Toronto, Camo is definitely one of the best people to take on this challenge. Take in Bad Karma below.
And if you take in Bad Karma, you’ll see how well things came together. Features include, in order of appearance, Robin Banks, Latenight Leno, Thorobread, JRDN, Ranko, AV, Tony Bandz, Grove, M Trey, Mista Smallz, French, Syph, Beast (aka Hank MCcoy), Kandy Kisses, C4 (aka 4hunnid), Maino of Brooklyn, K Koke of London, Droops Holiday of Camo’s S.L.U.G. fam, Toronto Ricky, Dre Barrs and T Gramz of M3G, F.G., Crooked Letter Schemez, Goodz, Moula 1st, Nightmare and CDET.
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