Boombox Saints at Ave

Vancouver-based hip-hop group the Boombox Saints perform this Friday at the Avalanche. 

Vancouver-based hip-hop group the Boombox Saints perform this Friday at the Avalanche.

The Saints have just released a brand new music video for their single For The Moment, which premiered on ET Canada and was just added into rotation at MuchMusic. The group’s debut album, also called For The Moment, spent three weeks at No. 1 on the national hip-hop charts for Canadian college radio.

“They are the voice of a new generation of Hip Hop.” — Shelley Gummeson (!earshot).

“Packed full of stylized rhymes and perfect party beats, For The Moment is an album worth your time.” — Beatroute Magazine.

“(For The Moment) easily one of the more solid hip-hop releases to ever come out of town (Vancouver).” — Stuart Derdeyn (The Province).

“…the album is a reminder of the kind of heartfelt soul that rap can really deliver.” — Francois Marchand (Vancouver Sun).

“Boombox Saints are in the top 10 Hip Hop artists you should see at NXNE (2011).” — MuchMusic.

For The Moment’s official music video is featured on ET Canada, Exclaim and now in rotation at MuchMusic. Watch it at www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOWspE8v3NI.

— Classics Agency

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