Whether you know him for his solo work or as 1/3 of prairie rap pioneers Shadez, Len Bowen is an integral piece of Winnipeg’s hip-hop community.
Stay tuned for a conversation about his new BBS.Steve-produced project for 4th Quarter Records, creative freedom, music that needs to “marinate” before it can be fully appreciated, and much more!
Unfortunately I had to cut a few sections of this interview from the final podcast because they were interrupted by one of my kids (a hazard of dad-casting), but the version here is still a really good listen.
This episode brought to you by our pals at Devine Shirt Company and by Gruf and Yy's new 'Mental Health Day' album, and its release show Dec. 29!
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