Nova Scotia rapper Classified wins ECMA Song of Year for Snoop Dogg

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first_imgLes Hotesses d’Hilaire walked away with two awards on the night — Francophone Recording of the Year and Group Recording of the Year. The rapper, from Enfield, N.S., produced the tune, which also samples a song from emerging Cape Breton-born, Halifax based singer-songwriter Dave Sampson. “Once again, the awards show proved to be an excellent way to kick off the ECMAs,” said Andy McLean, the group’s executive director. Advertisement SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A fun collaboration with Snoop Dogg called “No Pressure” rewarded Nova Scotia rapper Classified with the Song of the Year award Thursday night at the annual East Coast Music Awards. — By Kevin Bissett in Fredericton LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Old Man Luedecke captured Album of the Year for his Domestic Eccentric. Produced by Tim O’Brien, the album was recorded in a small cabin in the snowy Nova Scotia woods. Ever-popular Lennie Gallant was named the Fans’ Choice Entertainer of the year. Industry sessions and local performances continue though the weekend. The awards show, hosted by comedian James Mullinger, was held in Saint John, N.B. The remaining 2017 East Coast Music Awards, including the Industry Awards, will be handed out over the course of the weekend as the festival continues in Saint John. Tristan Horncastle had the Country Recording of the Year with “Turnin’ Up a Sundown.” Like a Motorcycle took home the coveted Rising Star Recording of the Year award for their hard-driving rock tune “High Hopes.” Login/Register With: Facebook The East Coast Music Association is a regional collaboration of people in the music industry to foster, develop and celebrate East Coast music and its artists. Advertisement Other winners Thursday night included War Horses for Indigenous Artist of the Year, and The Motorleague with Rock Recording of the Year for “Holding Patterns.” The show featured live performances by David Myles, Classified, Ria Mae, Tomato/Tomato, and others. Advertisement Classified also produced Ria Mae’s self-titled album, which captured the award for Solo Recording of the year. Mae’s album featuring “Clothes Off” became a smash hit on the Canadian radio charts and grabbed a Juno nomination for single of the year — a category based on sales. Twitterlast_img

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