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“With voter turnout expected to continue at historic lows today, the idea was floated during this campaign by independent mayoral candidate Dubgee – a rapper running under his stage name who this week was suggested as a protest-vote-alternative to Mayor Gregor Robertson in the Georgia Straight.”
“Dubgee is a local hip-hop musician, and he’s put out a couple of rap songs telling politicians and voters exactly what he thinks about the state of city hall. One of them, “Relevant Development”, is described as a diss track about “recent developments in Vancouver and Gregor Robertson’s lack of listening to public consultations”. Then there’s Dubgee’s latest campaign track, “Connect the Dots”. In this rap, he turns his guns on candidates Suzanne Anton and Mike Klassen of the “anti-worker” NPA, and COPE’s RJ Aquino, as well as the electoral agreement between COPE and Vision Vancouver. Dubgee ain’t just rapping to make his political points. The candidate has posted his election platform on his blog. ”
“Yo beats are pretty gravvy man...keep doin ur thang..Nice Job on da Rockers sample..lol..im feelin dat..u get dat from da movie or wat?? Also Im feelin Summer Breeze shit sounds tight...got dat ol school swagg on dat 4 real..but yo i'll come back 2 check more ...cudnt check it all at once but I will mos definitely come back 2 ur page mang .. take care and b safe”
“Thanks for passing on by man. You got a great talent. I could do with someone like you over these sides but i'm working on it! Carry on flowing!”
“WE'RE FEELING YOUR STYLE & SWAGGER”
“Let the Music Heal Me”