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Tre Mission talks uprooting yourself & Orphan Black

This episode is a repost, when we did this interview Tre Mission talked about his album Orphan Black which he just released

Tre Mission planted the seed for grime music in Toronto. He is a Toronto MC/ Producer who has made songs with grime legends such as Skepta and JME. Tre tells us it was a bumpy road before he dedicated himself to grime music, the importance of uprooting yourself, and how he expects to get paid for his art.

Hosted by: Adulis "Chedo" Mokanan

Producers: Jessica Persadie, Lidia Abraha, Chedo.

Photography by: Harrison Haines

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