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Cee gives us a visual “Taste (Freestyle)” [@CeeFor]

Cee gives us a visual “Taste (Freestyle)” [@CeeFor]

 

Montreal based emcee Cee gives us a taste of his lyrical strengths on his latest released aptly titled “Taste”.  He makes use of Tyga‘s summer anthem “Taste” and rips it with lines like “F**k a tiger, I’m a lion with it../ Gimme 6 seconds like an old Vine / I’ma show you music with a soul can be so fire...”.  Cee brings back that good old aggressive styled flow with a plethora of couplets, multis, similies and more.

Back in August, Cee dropped the audio for “Taste (Freestyle)”. Now the Australian born MC brings the video.

Shot by serial collaborator Richard Bastarche exclusively in the vertical format, “Taste” is one of the first Hip Hop music videos of its kind in Canada. Bastarache’s flair with visual FX blend with the Montreal views to create an engaging piece of vertical content, built specifically for Instagram’s IGTV platform, and the perfect complement to the summer banger.

Ever the entrepreneur, Cee and brother Notion founded The Movement Fam sometime in the late 2000s, initially as a branded collective created to act as a universal thread between the artists they worked closest with. After being signed to HiPNOTT Records (owned by blogger Kevin Nottingham), a move to Canada in the early twenty-tens signaled the bold, next step for the crew. Staying busy running The Movement Fam, now a boutique record label and production house boasting well over 30 releases to its name, Cee also is an avid craft beer fan, releasing the world’s first craft beer-dedicated Hip Hop song while blogging over 2000 unique beers and hosting a podcast.

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