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Kandy K Talks Meeting Snoop | TDot Fest 2017 Conference

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(WWETV Network) In celebration of the 5th anniversary of TDot Fest, WorldWide Entertainment TV looks back at highlights from previous years. At the 2017 version of the event, there was a music conference that was held in Toronto to help artists with industry tips.

Kandy K has been representing the 6ix for years and has gained knowledge through trial and tribulation. She speaks with the TDot Fest founder, entertainment lawyer, Eb Reignbergs about her traveling across North America and meeting hip hop legends such as Snoop Dogg.

TDot Fest was an annual music festival that takes place in Toronto, Canada, typically during the summer months before the pandemic hit in late 2019. The festival primarily focuses on hip-hop and R&B music, featuring performances by both emerging and established artists from the Toronto area and beyond.

TDot Fest was founded in 2014 with the goal of providing a platform for local artists to showcase their talent and connect with fans and industry professionals. The festival has since grown in popularity and has become one of the largest hip-hop events in Canada.

In addition to live music performances, TDot Fest also features networking opportunities, industry panels, and workshops designed to help up-and-coming artists learn about the business side of the music industry and further their careers.

After her panel discussion, the following day Kandy K hit center stage to perform in front of thousands of people at Dundas Square. WorldWide Entertainment TV captured the moment in the video above.

Kandy K appeared on the television series, Little Women: Atlanta.  The Tiny Twinz hit the studio and met the Toronto rapper as they wanted to collaborate with Kandy K.

The artist who says she had influence from different cities including Miami, Atlanta, and Florida, she released an album entitled P.U.S.H. with songs still available on streaming platforms.