The Fine Print: Another Cross Canada Tour

hyperadmin | The Fine Print | Thursday, April 8th, 2010


If you don’t know who I am – I’m Jonathon “Bizz” Brown; writer, entrepreneur & cultural commentator. I write The Fine Print column on this website, co-own the line of clothing reading “Hip Hop Ain’t Dead It Lives In The North” and am Central Region Editor for Last summer I took my t-shirts across Canada along with Peter Jackson on the Back On My BS Tour headlined by Busta Rhymes. It was an incredible experience which I blogged about on this very site. After the success of that tour, I was invited to join the Slaughterhouse tour this April.

Beginning tonight in Toronto at The Opera House, I’ll be embarking on a two week tour that will bring me as far east as Montreal and as far west as Whistler. Not only is this the longest tour I’ve been apart of, it also marks a moment in history as my company has joined forces with Concrete Guerilla Clothing to create a limited edition, 2010 collaborative t-shirt.

I plan to document the pieces of tour life most casual fans never get to hear about. So stay tuned to where I’ll show you how life is on the road.

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For the press release

(Toronto, Canada) – It’s a new day in fashion. Concrete Guerilla Clothing and It Lives In The North introduce a bold new, limited edition garment, just in time for Spring. The partnership comes as both rising brands embark on a cross Canada tour from Toronto to Vancouver. Owners Duxx (Concrete Guerilla) and Jonathon “Bizz” Brown (Co-owner of It Lives In The North) are visiting 11 cities in the month of April alongside Slaughterhouse, Pharoahe Monch and Peter Jackson.

The collaboration marks a new era for both brands. This isn’t the first time they’ve travelled across Canada, as CGC recently made waves on the Tech N9ne Tour and It Lives In The North cemented its nation-wide presence in August 2009 on the Busta Rhymes Tour and February 2009 on the Kardinal Offishall tour. However, this is the first collaborative effort between the two companies.

“Concrete Guerilla makes clothes for life in the concrete jungle and is about creating your own destiny,” says Duxx.

“At my company, we stood up and said ‘Hip Hop Ain’t Dead It Lives In The North,'” says Bizz. “And with this limited edition piece, people across Canada have a way to represent both ideas. This is a groundbreaking moment for our companies.”

The 2010 Limited Edition print features a raging guerrilla lurking near a street sign reading ”Hip Hop Ain’t Dead It Lives In The North” and will be offered in black/white and white/red at each stop of the tour which includes Toronto, Cornwall, Montreal Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Penticton, Nelson, Whistler & Vancouver.

“This is creativity, patriotism, unity and the hustler’s mentality all in one,” says Duxx.

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  1. […] Incase you’re not up to date, I’m Jonathon “Bizz” Brown and I’ve been on the Slaughterhouse/Pharoahe Monch/Peter Jackson tour for about a week now selling t-shirts. I’ve had little internet access, but we reached B.C. yesterday and I was inspired to write – just not in usual FINE PRINT format. So here it is… […]

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