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Commemorating Canada's 150th Anniversary in Scarborough

“Maestro” Fresh Wes Williams

The influential musical artist, his signature song Let Your Backbone Slide was the first Canadian hip hop single to go Gold.

Considered the Godfather of Canadian hip hop, the Maestro is also an actor, record producer, critically-acclaimed author and motivational speaker who has toured public schools with his book Stick to Your Vision: How to Get Past the Hurdles & Haters to Get Where Your Want to Be—co-written with his wife Tamara Hendricks-Williams and endorsed by the Governor-General.

Dedicated to the community, he hosted the 2015 Pan Am Games for the City of Toronto, and his philanthropy supports charities including War Child, Save the Children, Covenant House, the Special Olympics, Battered Women’s Support Services, and the African AIDS Society.

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