Toronto recording artist Klee Magor has released his new video for his single “The Beast” featuring NYC hip-hop legend, Jeru the Damaja.
The video, which was filmed in Jerusalem and Toronto, was produced by Galactic Visuals and features both artists spitting consciousness over a head-nodding beat self-produced by Klee. Jeru and Klee Magor are currently on tour together in Canada.
Klee Magor rose to prominence as a founding member of hardcore rap duo Riviera Regime, and after releasing two full-length album, Thugz of War and Cold Blooded, through his own independent record label Landmine Entertainment. He then signed to Necro’s Psycho+Logical-Records and went on to release the full-length album, Real Soldierz Ride, with Klee handling the vast majority of the production. He later left that label and released two other albums, Ill Regime Vol. 1, and Chaotic Temple.
Over a span of a decade, Klee has performed on countless stages around the world, garnering an international fan base. He has recorded and performed with many legendary hip-hop artists such as PMD, Killah Priest of Wu-Tang Clan, Canibus, R.A. the Rugged Man, and many others.
Check out “The Beast” below or click here to find the track on Spotify.
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