As promised, after the original show back in December had been postponed, Troy Ave finally made his way to Ottawa for the first time thanks to Kapacity Entertainment and CapCity Hip Hop. The ‘White Christmas’ Canadian tour hit Ritual Nightclub just after performing at Lee’s Palace in Toronto the night before. Alongside BSB labelmate, Young Lito, Troy Ave took his ‘White Christmas 3′ release on the road to give his Canadian fans a taste of NY hip hop. In a 2015 interview with Laced Boston, the Brooklyn rapper comments on those who speculated that he “only raps about drugs” and how his style has changed since ‘Bricks in my Backpack’; Troy Ave is on a new wave and is coming out with even more as a ‘Welcome to BSB Records’ album is said to be in the works.
Sharing the stage with Troy Ave and Young Lito were Ottawa rappers, Leon Fa Du Fond, Kidd Major & Antonyo Dinero, Drae, and Frank Blak. For headlining support, amping up the crowd after a long wait for Troy Ave, were Ottawa artist, Juvi da Gemini and Montreal artist, Bless (who had just shared the same stage with Obie Trice a few weeks before).