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Robbie Khan On Brooklyn Tea Talk #ThursdayThrowback

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Thursday Throwback exclusive with Toronto rapper, Robbie Khan, featured on Brooklyn’s Tea Talk. The hip hop artist hailing from the infamous Jane and Finch area, discusses his thoughts on the impact of his neighborhood on the worldwide scene of hip hop with the likes of Pressa and more.

The first ever WorldWide Video Zone countdown champion also provides an exclusive freestyle from the studios of the former Youtube Space Toronto at George Brown College.

The rapper is also releasing new music dropping on July 8th, 2002. An excerpt from the On Film Festival’s critically acclaimed Before The 6: Now Or Never Toronto Rappers & Hip Hop Documentary Film is included in the video above as Robbie Khan as a teenager footage is seen.

His new single “My Time” is released for the summer as the city heats up with hip hop mere weeks before the inaugural Rolling Loud Toronto event in September.

During the interview, Robbie Khan speaks about losing friends to violence and how Toronto has its own woes just as any other North American city. In the flashback interview from 2015 with WWETV Toronto, Robbie Khan’s commentary about his city hit home even more as Kwasi Skene (known for being Pressa’s friend Wassi of Wass Gang) passed away during the interview when the call came in from fellow Jane and Finch hip hop artist Shea Marie(RIP who passed away August of 2021). Robbie Khan recently celebrated his birthday and was appreciative of seeing another year of life.

He describes what it is like cooking his favorite food from his cultural background of Guyana. The hip hop artist also shows great pride in helping his little son do what he does best in the studio. Stay tuned for more Now Or Never Toronto Rappers & Hip Hop 2022 series.