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When Talib Kweli speaks, it’s best that you listen, mostly because he is one of the few rappers that you can learn a thing or two from.

Every once in a while, a song breaks out that becomes a phenomenon that nobody can quite explain. The song that makes even the snobbiest of rap snobs turn off their brains and just enjoy themselves. Trinidad James’ “All Gold Everything” is that song in 2012.

The Canadian Hip-Hop scene is deeper than Drake. It’s deeper than Kardinal. It’s so deep, it’s Classified.