Rob Ford On The Beat
In an effort to have a team of producers travel to Austin, Texas for SXSW, the Beat Academy of Toronto held a fundraising event. As a special surprise, Rob Ford came out to present the team with a plaque and try his hand at creating a beat. He also came out to Pusha T's "Numbers On The Board" in case anyone was left doubting his realness.
UPDATE: A video with clearer audio
Slava P is a writer living in Toronto. He was there.
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