Hey Toronto, Come Party with Raz Fresco and Tre Mission on FridayBy Noisey Canada
Watch Raz and Tre freestyle before you party with them on Friday.
We know, we know, summer is dying, and soon it will be dead and gone. But before you start freaking out about going back to school or whatever other awful obligations are going to be taking up all your time come autumn, we're throwing a party on Friday with out friends at Prime that should effectively distract you from whatever is making you feel sad inside.
Raz Fresco and Tre Mission, two of our favourite Toronto rappers, are going to be tearing up the room and you're going to be there having fun. It's a really simple equation that can only equal one, fantastic result: good times. So, seeya there, and be sure to attend virtually on Facebook to satisfy your digital self.
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