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Devontée: Real Rudebwoy feat. Kardinal Offishall

The well-respected Toronto rapper and producer enlists a veteran hip-hop star for this entertaining new track and video. The pair trade verses fluently and the witty rhymes and upbeat vibe make this a winner.

 Devontée: Real Rudebwoy feat. Kardinal Offishall

By Kerry Doole

Devontée - 'Real Rudebwoy (feat. Kardinal Offishall)" (Independent):  Devontée (Cormier-Grubb) is a hip-hop artist and producer who is highly-regarded on the Toronto scene. On this new track and video, he collaborates with rap veteran Kardinal Offishall, and the Jamaican elements on the cut reflect Kardi's influence.


The eye-catching video is directed by Rami Accoumeh, and Devontée explains in a press release that "this video is about great vibes, and lots of culture, because that's what the Toronto I know is all about. That's what raised me, so I had to give that energy back to them!"  

Devontée holds his own in trading verses with the ever-fluent Offishall, and the wordy cut is full of entertaining rhymes like "So kardi I ain't sorry pull up Harleys to your party Smoking Bob Marley with a girl that's acting naughty."

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Devontée's 2015 album District Vibe featured his self-produced single “Bare Tings” and an assist by Joey Bada$$ on the single “Godspeed.” He has also collaborated with CJ Fly and produced for P Reign. Look for "Real Rudebwoy" to appear on his upcoming Head Gone album.

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Publicity: Dalton Higgins daltonhigginspr@gmail.com

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