Dope Poet’s Society

Canada's premier political rap group have yet to be silenced as Professor D and crew proved when they took to the stage opening for Public Enemy, who apparently asked specifically for these one-time PE-collaborators as local openers. While their set was hype, despite the poor sound system and late start, it really only peaked when local legend Maestro Fresh Wes joined them on stage to drop a solo a cappella and promote his pioneering rap career before getting busy rapping with the rest of the crew. They were the perfect start to a night that would experience more T.O. legends and political raps.