He has Jack Johnson’s easy optimism, a maritime feel that is reminiscent of Joel Plaskett, and the croning voice of a classic folk musician. He also doesn’t take himself too seriously, he is fond of wearing suits, he has won five East Coast Music Awards, and he recently won the Juno for rap recording of the year for Inner Ninja.
Since releasing his first record in 2005 Myles has proved his musical chops time and time again.
A few years ago, before we had even started writing songs together, Classified asked me to play trumpet at one of his shows. I was in the green room warming up when Maestro Fresh Wes walked in. You’ve got to understand that Maestro was one of my heroes growing up. I knew every last second of “Symphony in Effect.” I just had to tell him. I said, “Man, I’ve been a huge fan for a long,
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