Maestro Fresh Wes declares himself the rap prime minister, too sharp for Stephen Harper and too smooth for the likes of Brian Mulroney. He’s “the black Pierre Elliot.”

He might not have a place in history for his role in immigration policy, but Williams’ has been declared a Canadian hip-hop icon and the “Godfather of Canadian Hip-Hop” more than once. Williams’ 1989 debut single Let Your Backbone Slide sold 50,000 copies when he released it, more than any other Canadian rapper at the time.

He also broke in the United States market with his record Symphony In Effect, but this song is for the Canadians.

There’s even a joke about Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s weight.
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