Maestro Fresh Wes

Maestro Fresh Wes

2 Seasons

A Canadian rapper, record producer, and actor. His outstanding achievements have led to him be referred to as the "Godfather of Canadian hip hop". In 1989 he became the first Canadian rapper to have a Top 40 hit with "Let Your Backbone Slide".

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Maestro Fresh Wes
  • Maestro - Interview Part 9

    Episode 1

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss having two shows in one day, being thankful, and Toronto as a Hip-Hop city.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 7

    Episode 2

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss evolving in the music industry, his first Juno awards, and the history of Hip-Hop.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 4

    Episode 3

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss hearing his first record on the radio, Juno nominations, and coming up in the music industry as a Canadian rapper.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 5

    Episode 4

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss his title of “The Godfather of Canadian Hip Hop”, documenting history, and lessons for new artists.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 6

    Episode 5

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss his lessons for other rappers, what Hip-Hop gave him, and advice for new artists.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 8

    Episode 6

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss collaborating with other artists, Hip-Hop influences, and making history with music.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 3

    Episode 7

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss Eminem, the new digital age, and the new music generation.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 2

    Episode 8

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss the 80’s Hip Hop scene, music influences from New York to LA, and the first catalyst of his career.

  • Maestro - Interview Part 1

    Episode 9

    Phil Guerrero sits down with Maestro Fresh Wes to discuss representing Toronto and Scarborough, respecting music, and the music styles that shaped him as an artist.