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#FridayFlashback – Bonnie Godiva & Ray Robinson Interviews

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(WorldWide Entertainment TV) DT The Artist drops his single featuring Bonnie Godiva and Ray Robinson today (July 1st) entitled “Hustlin” who were apart of anniversary event for the Toronto cultural event in 2019.

Before the coronavirus pandemic that shook the world in 2020, artists from around the world hit the road to Toronto to participate in TDotFest annual event. In the 2019 version of the event, the organizers celebrated the 5th anniversary of the festival. For the first time ever, the event was made into a weekend event that covered two days. There was also a first time multiple headline for each night that saw the then recently Def Jam signed Young Tory headline.

Bonnie Godiva from New York did double duty at the weekend festival by being a host and performer. She was interviewed with WorldWide Entertainment TV by Xentury about the event and the single “Hustlin” which is now available for download with Ray Robinson and DT The Artist.

Bonnie Godiva hit the underground scene for hip hop by being known for her fiery lyrics. She started on the popular Queen of the Ring rap battle series and made her name through the platform befor heading into other arenas for the genre such as King Of The Dot.  She’s also battled on Snoop’s Gladiator School event and hit mainstream on Nick Cannon‘s “Wildin Out” program.

Also at the event representing WWETV Toronto was the event’s official host, Brooklyn, who was assisted by DT The Artist on the second day of the event. Ray Robinson who has Canadian classic singles with iconic veterans from the city such as Kardinal Offishall, had an interview with WorldWide Entertainment TV with “Pretty From Da City”.

The artist dropped some vocals showing his singing skills. Although he did not perform at the festival, his presence was felt by other artists on the day.

In the video below, you can catch the exclusive interviews conducted by Xentury Sam and Pretty From Da City. Includes TDOT Fest footage of the hosting duties by DT The Artist and Brooklyn.