Classified Collaborates With All-Star Cast Including Pat Stay, Skratch Bastid, Bubbles & More For “Super Nova Scotian” Video

JUNO Award-winning, multi-platinum Canadian hip-hop artist and producer Classified is pleased to announce today’s release of his brand new star-studded video for “Super Nova Scotian”, from his full-length album Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change (Half Life Records/Universal Music Canada).

WATCH the “Super Nova Scotian” video HERE.
Featuring Pat Stay, one of the biggest and best battle rapper’s in the world, Skratch Bastid, renowned Canadian DJ and JUNO nominated producer, as well as cult Canadian TV hero Mike Smithaka Bubbles (Trailer Park Boys), and more, “Super Nova Scotian” serves as the latest and final video from the 13-song LP “Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change” released in October (2018)
Classified - Super Nova Scotia
Classified – Super Nova Scotian

“I wanted to link up with some friends from my hometown who are and always have been doing their thing,”
shared Classified. “Pat Stay – one of the best rap battlers in the world, Skratch Bastid – one of the Best DJ’s in the world, Sidney Crosby, the best hockey player in the world, Bubbles and Tyrone from Trailer Park Boys, Quake Matthews one of Canada’s best up and coming MC’s and JRDN – one of Canada’s best R&B singers – all here to save the world ‘Super Nova Scotian’ style!”
Classified – leading the vanguard of East Coast hip hop
The Nova Scotia native wrapped his highly-praised, national headlining Canadian Classic Tour last fall, which saw him take over venues across the country with special guests and Canadian hip hop legends Choclair and Maestro Fresh Wes, performing tracks old and new for legions of fans. Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change marked Classified’s first full-length release in two years, covering topics steeped in cultural relevance and delivering the innovative and genuine narrative fans expect from one of the country’s most respected rappers.
With an inherent and candid ability to break down the barrier between performer and audience while “leading the vanguard of East Coast hip hop” (Chronicle Herald), Classified is one of Canada’s most respected and successful rap artists and producers. His self-titled 2013 release debuted at No. 1 on the Canadian Nielsen Soundscan Chart, has sold over 1 million singles and is certified 2x Platinum.
Additionally, the album boasts two Top 10 singles including the 5x Platinum “Inner Ninja” featuring David Myles and the Platinum-certified “3 Foot Tall”.  As one of the most influential hip-hop artists in Canada with over 100 million streams globally, the multiple JUNO Award winner hosted the 2014 JUNO Awards and has a combined 24 nominations and 8 wins between the MuchMusic Video Awards, JUNO Awards, and East Coast Music Awards.

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