Epic, Canada’s up and coming Hip Hop artist links up with Deuce Deuce and Point Blank for his latest song “Write It In Blood”
Currently living in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, Epic is from Jamaica, but has spent most of his life in Canada, aside from his years in High School.
Although he is just getting his feet wet in the game, Epic has already toured with legendary Hip Hop group the Outlawz. “Never thought in my life I would of ever have been that close to real legends, but the part that really amazed me was how humble they was and it kind of caught me off guard,” Epic recalls. “Didn’t matter where we was mans them put out the same energy every time.”
Growing up Epic remembers listening to Tupac and the Outlawz before his teenage years. Just as the Outlawz, Tupac inspired him. “His never quite attitude no matter what was going down around him he kept pushing forward,” Epic says is what ultimately made him become a fan of Tupac Shakur.
Touring with the Outlawz on the All Eyez On Us Tour is when Epic knew there was no looking back. “From that moment music was no longer a hobby. Three years later finally was able to contact Deuce Deuce and the rest is the future we are currently living,” the Canadian rapper tells us.
Epic is referring to his latest song Write It In Blood which features Deuce Deuce and Point Blank, who according to Epic, both have a joint collaboration on the way titled “Parliament Hill”.
Many other artist has influenced Epic over the years. Too many to name, given the fact he grew up on Dancehall, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Rock And Roll, Country, Heavy Metal, and Pop. Artists he currently listens to are just as diverse. Ramones, Sizzla, Vybz Kartel, Wayne Wonder, Outlawz, and local Hip-Hop.
It is this passion for music that has brought Epic to where he is now and guides him into 2021 and beyond.