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Wonder Mike and Master Gee
Wonder Mike and Master Gee are two of the three original members of The Sugarhill Gang, the iconic rap group known for creating the first mainstream hip-hop hit. They co-wrote and recorded on "Rapper’s Delight," one of the most famous songs in American culture and throughout the world. "Rapper’s Delight" was inducted into the Library of Congress in 2012, and in 2014, it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. A major celebration is set for August of this year, to celebrate its 35th Anniversary. In addition to Rapper’s Delight, Wonder Mike and Master Gee co-wrote and were recorded on dozens of other super successful songs including Apache “Jump On It”, 8th Wonder and in 2009, The LaLa Song with Bob Sinclar, which became a huge international hit. Wonder Mike and Master Gee perform as Rapper’s Delight along with other very talented musicians. Together, they bring you a show that leaves you feeling energized, hearing all those great songs you love. Their newest project is “Club On Lock”, which is being released in May of this year (2014).
Maestro Fresh Wes
Wesley Williams, better known as Maestro and Maestro Fresh Wes, is a Canadian rapper, record producer and actor. His pioneering status and outstanding achievements have led to him being referred to as the "Godfather of Canadian hip hop." In 1989, he became the first Canadian rapper to have a Top 40 hit, "Let Your Backbone Slide." After the success of his 1991 album, The Black Tie Affair, he returned to the Canadian charts with the hit singles "Stick to Your Vision" and "416/905 (T.O. Party Anthem)."
In 2012, Maestro released his first set of new material in more than seven years with the release of an EP entitled Black Tuxedo. This was followed by an album, Orchestrated Noise in 2013, which features rocker Sam Roberts, opera singer Measha Brueggergosman, rapper Kardinal Offishall, among others. Orchestrated Noise was released under the name Maestro Fresh Wes, reclaiming his original title from the 1980s.
June 27, 2014Music
Wonder Mike and Master Gee bring the legacy of hip-hop to life with a special appearance by Canada’s own hip-hop legend, Maestro Fresh Wes.