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M.O. Littles - What I Live For
Saturday, April 25, 2015
As a live performer, M.O. Littles energy is contagious and unmatchable. Naturally, that comes from performing in hundreds of shows over the past few years across Canada, the U.S., South America and most recently returning from his first European stint. The Toronto rapper has toured with the who’s who of indie music phenoms including Demigodz, Snow Goons, Statik Selektah & Termanology, Snak The Ripper, The Beatnuts, Onyx & Swollen Members to name a few. Also add Machine Gun Kelly to that list as M.O. Littles joined the wild boy for 16 dates on his first Canada wide tour in 2013.

Raised in a blue-collar mining town, M.O. Littles had no business wanting to be a hip‐hop star. Yet his passion for the art form flourished at a young age and he vowed to pursue music over a promising hockey career. It was then that he was struck with a near deadly case of Scarlett Fever and if it wasn’t for the inspiring tales of survival of Nas and Tupac, M.O. says he may not have made it. After a lengthy recovery, with his vigor renewed, M.O. has set out on a path for success. Letting no obstacle obstruct his vision, within a few short years, he has become one of Canada's most exciting artists.

With a knack for crafting catchy hooks and a seemingly non‐stop touring schedule, M.O.’s sheer determination has brought him to this point. Invitations to play some of musics most prestigious events; The R&B/Hip Hop Billboard Awards in Atlanta and CMW in Toronto to name a couple.

Tune in for "Rap By Night" and the Top 10 on Jamsterdam Radio to hear more from Toronto's own M.O. Littles.

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