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Kardinal Offishall

From the Nutcracker to callaloo to Justin Bieber to the Grinch.
Kardinal Offishall performs his hit “Everyday (Rudebwoy)”.
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Kardinal Offishall performs his classic “Dangerous” off his 2008 album Not 4 Sale.
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Canadian hip-hop sensation Kardinal Offishall sits down with acclaimed music producer Gavin Brown and talks about falling in love with music and how it helps him give back to his community.
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It's easy to fall in love with Kardinal Offishall ("Kardi"). He's enigmatic, enthusiastic and has smile that can light up
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"We at least need to start dealing with the issues and not pretending they're not there."
"It's just like the Raptors, we accept all bandwagoners."
Featuring Kardinall Offishall, Stacey McKenzie and more!
It's no secret Kardinal Offishall is Canada's hip hop ambassador, but what's not as well-known are the other causes close
When the students at Kisaruni All-Girls Secondary School in rural Kenya had the opportunity to set their school hours, they pushed the limits. The girls begin their studies each morning at 4:45 a.m. and end at 10 p.m., with classroom instruction from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The grumbling resentment toward schoolwork that typifies the North American high-school experience seemed, well, positively lame, compared to the Kenyan girls' fierce dedication to learning.