LP Da Original

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Biography

LP Da Original is a hip-hop artist from Toronto, Canada, who is signed to G7 Records—a subsidiary enterprise of Global 7 Entertainment Inc. Nineteen-year-old LP has collaborated with rapper Kwajo Cinqo, of two-time Juno Award winning Canadian hip-hop group Ghetto Concept. He has also been featured in Reema Major’s I Am Legend mixtape single “Downtown Life”, and has worked alongside rappers JJ Money and Richie Payso on JJ's Time Is Money mixtape single "Swagga Kidz". No Organization No Progress is the title of LP's mixtape which is soon to be released, featuring multiple premiere singles with featured collaborations. While LP is referred to as “The sickest young boy North of the Border” representing Rexdale, he traces his Latino heritage to his South-American roots in Ecuador. Coining his name from his older brother who was nicknamed “Pun”—this relation influenced others to call him “Little Pun” (LP). As an artist his nickname emerged into LP Da Original. Additionally, after having lived out real life circumstances, LP’s rap music speaks of real street tales that listeners can connect to like those on singles including "Til Da Pack Gone" featuring rapper Banana Clip and "Fresh Out Da Trap".


Video

Til Da Pack Gone (Official Video) ft. Banana Clip

Fresh Out Da Trap (Official Video)

Wanna Ball (ft. Pyrex)

Links

Official Site

Official Facebook Fan Page

Official G7 Records Page

Official Twitter