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(WWETV TORONTO) OG 6ix Rapper Infinite speaks about his latest projects and how it was created through the inspiration of Tookie Williams.

The legendary Toronto hip hop artist talks about his group Ghetto Concept and why they broke up around the time when they were just getting into the American music market.

Infinite has also done some acting and has been seen in movies with 50 Cent, Jamie Foxx, LL Cool J, Omar Epps, and more. Watch this informative interview above.

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Infinite Is  A Toronto Hip Hop Legend

Infinite a.k.a. Desmond Francis, grew up in Rexdale, a west end area in Toronto, with two older brothers, one of whom was murdered in 1995. Starting at a young age, Infinite was continually exposed to a negative street environment but now he strives to educate the next generation by turning negative into positive.


Infinite has been a central figure that helped to shape the Toronto rap scene from his days rapping with his group members Kwajo and Cinco in the legendary rap group Ghetto Concept. Songs he has released include:

  • Rida (2018)
  • Untold (2018)
  • Prodigal Son (2013)
  • Let’s Be Friends (2013)
  • 360 Degrees

Infinite In Hollywood

Infinite is one of the first Toronto rappers to be apart of films from Hollywood with major artists such as 50 Cent, LL Cool J, and Omar Epps. One of the most notable parts he played was a crip  in the biopic of crips leader Stanley “Tookie” Williams that starred Oscar winner Jamie Foxx. He speaks about his thoughts on his execution and more in the exclusive WWETV 6ix interview.


Break Up From His Group Ghetto Concept

Infinite was apart of one of the biggest rap groups in the history of Canada and filmed music videos in New York when that was a rarity for Toronto rappers.  As fast they rose it seemed they quickly broke up at their height. In the interview Infinite describes what happened.