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Jesse Dangerously

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I'm playing six shows with mc chris in the northeast USA in November.
posted 8 years ago
Rap Legend Jesse Dangerously grew up and got pretend-famous in Halifax, Nova Scotia under the hip-hop leadership of such local luminaries as Buck 65, Jorun and SixToo. Since 2001 he's worked primarily with the cross-Canadian Backburner crew, touring as much as possible and selling CDs all over the place.

Somehow, Jesse D found himself a guest with MC Stephen Hawking on MC Frontalot's seminal (we thought ironic) nerdcore anthem, "Nerdcore Rising". Since then nerdcore turned into kind of an actual thing and Jesse is still uncertain of his place among artists associated. Sure he plays retro games, lisps and looks like a dork but he really just wants to be a good rapper on rap terms, and the nerdy personality is wholly auxiliary to that goal.

Jesse D is politically strident. He has all the good political slants and biases and if you like being told what's what, have we got good news for you. Do you know how he avoids being preachy? He doesn't. But he disguises it with SLAMMING RHYMES of DOPENESS.

Jesse Dangerously wants unlikely things like a living from music and to install Jack Layton as Prime Minister. Jesse Dangerously will settle for getting to rap as much as possibl... (+) expand
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Nerdcore (level 13) wrote:
Was hanging with Lars this weekend and he pointed me in your direction... Stay on the grind man.

NC4L and all that
7 years ago
myktoronto (level 38) wrote:
Glenn Case pointed me in your direction and I'm glad he did. Cool stuff!
8 years ago
Nerraux (level 25) wrote:
Still got nothin' but mad respect for you, bro. I'll try to get my peeps out to the Philly show when you swing by. You think they would let me just buy the half of the ticket that lets me see you? I don't really need to be there for MCC ;)
8 years ago
ganglyblueheron (level 37) wrote:
Just read the last paragraph of your bio there. Here's hoping a majority of Canadians also want to shuttle Harper out of Parliament, and to who cares where. :)
8 years ago
loyalty (level 17) wrote:
It's about time! Welcome to the site, Jesse.
8 years ago
iyzie (level 44) wrote:
I'm buyin' in. How often do you get to hear Halifaxian Rap?
8 years ago
arcadia (level 32) wrote:
So Glenn Case showed me your music, and I'm really pumped he got you to sign up. Looking forward to bumping your songs :-)
8 years ago