Veganese Folk​-​Hop

by Rupert Common

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Stanley Park 02:54
why's it called Stanley park? who the FUCK is Stanley? What's the original name, oh, somebody tell me Why's it called Vancouver? Once the home of the Grizzlies He didn't find this place in the 19th Century, No It's been here since time, Immemorial Same with the people of the land don't you know how the story goes? Why they called Canada Geese? they were here before then! That's why I call 'em Turtle Island Geese when they're swimming in their formation And this is not a country, it's a corporation no conspiracy theory its a def-in-it-ion Man made dates man made lakes man made love man made hate man makes war man makes cake don't just stand there Emancipate X2 why's it called Stanley park? who the FUCK is Stanley? What's the original name, oh, somebody tell me Why's it called Vancouver? Once the home of the Grizzlies He didn't find this place in the 19th Century, No It's been here since time, Immemorial Same with the people of the land people of the land ... Immeomorial....
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Superficial 02:47
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Officionado 03:31
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Green Tea 03:50
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Veganese is an invented word with significant cultural meaning. It incorporates vegan life-style choices with context dependant flexibility. To be Veganese also denotes pagan spiritual beliefs and an open world-view. Veganese people are artists, using their art to express them-selves and fight injustice.

Folk-Hop is a hybrid musical genre derived from Settler-Canadian Folk tradition and Hip-Hop idioms. Folk-Hop involves rap, spoken-word and soulful melodies. Chord progressions and song structure are informed by Blues and Jazz. It is more invested in Hip Hop culture than anything else, as it is born from a a love of 4/4 metre, African drum rhythms, dance energy and human diversity.

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released December 29, 2018

All Songs written by Rupert Common
"Canadianized" co-written by Kayla Vargas (K.Vox)
All bass lines by Dave Taylor
Drums by Anesia Stephenson
Produced by Sebastian Walraven

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Rupert Common Montreal, Québec

Rupert Common creates music in a way that is completely his own- combining the gentle skills of acoustic folk music with the mentally ambidextrous art of Hip-Hop.

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