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📱🔊 PRESS PLAY: Cee drops FX-heavy visual for "Net Neutral" 🔊 💻

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📱🔊 PRESS PLAY: Cee drops FX-heavy visual for "Net Neutral" 🔊 💻

Back in December, Cee dropped his 12th single of 2017, "Net Neutral". Once again helmed by Notion, soulful harmonies provided the backdrop for Cee's timely bars, touching on the recent Net Neutrality repeal, social media addiction and cryptocurrency, all contributing to an appropriate year-end wrap up.

Now Cee has teamed up with King Richard yet again for the FX and message-heavy visuals, shot in Montreal.

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🏃🔊 PRESS PLAY: Notion gets Hurt; Cee and Myer Clarity run it 🔊 🏃

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🏃🔊 PRESS PLAY: Notion gets Hurt; Cee and Myer Clarity run it 🔊 🏃

Once again helmed by King Richard with assistance from 9 Block Productions, "Hurt" follows the four MCs through a dusty Quebec summer, with Notion commandeering a beat up vehicle picking up hitchhiking rappers while they all speak their truth about the pain in their respective lives. Jonathan Emile's moving, reggae-infused hook paves the way for reality bars over Myer Clarity's sample-laden, boom bap production.

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☀️ 🔊 PRESS PLAY: Cee gets a little Hazy this summer 🔊🌊

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☀️ 🔊 PRESS PLAY: Cee gets a little Hazy this summer 🔊🌊

Summer in Canada is a time for celebration, and Cee teamed up with German super-producer Shuko for a soulful trap banger to soundtrack the hot months.

Shuko has worked with some of the biggest names in the game, including Omarion, Tyga, Bow Wow, T-Pain, Talib Kweli, Keith Murray and Vinnie Paz, so teaming up again was an honour for Cee. They first connected on "Where I Belong" from Cee's Top 10 album "This Is All I Know", and "Hazy" brings some of that soulful flavour with a modern vibe.

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🙌 🔊 PRESS PLAY: If Marilyn Manson did trap music... 🔊🙌

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🙌 🔊 PRESS PLAY: If Marilyn Manson did trap music... 🔊🙌

Cee is kicking off 2017 with the first single from his new monthly series. "Meta" is nightmare trap; rolling hi-hats, eerie synths, vocal stabs and a drawling BPM that allows Cee to breathe as he casually delivers topical word association, with dark, creepy, Marilyn Manson-esque visuals to match courtesy of King Richard. Notion and newcomer Ben Tramer expertly laced the haunting soundscape; they'll be providing the sonic canvas for many of Cee's singles this year.

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