In 1997, Ontario indigenous Kareem Blake (performing as Choclair), released the one “21 Years” and was rewared with Canada’s version from the Grammy- the Juno- for his debut efforts. The next year, he strolled apart with another Juno for North Touch as well as the accolades didn’t end there, because the emcee was honored the prestigious Musician of the entire year in the Urban Music Association of Canada in the summertime of 1999. That’s arriving quite a distance from freestyling at home Parties within the mid-eighties as an adolescent. Choclair (“light as surroundings”) performed at college and at skill shows before starting up with fellow Canadian emcees and manufacturers Kardinal Offishall, Saukrates and Jully Dark. Promptly, he became the very first Canadian agreed upon onto a significant American label (Virgin’s Concern Information) and released his initial full-length album, Glaciers Cold, to warm up the graphs in early 2000.
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|Ultimate MC||2011||TV Series|
|The Toronto Show||2003||TV Series||Performer|
|3 Strikes||2000||performer: "Let's Ride" / writer: "Let's Ride" - as Kareem Blake|
|Life Is a Highway: Canadian Pop Music in the 1990s||2011||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|
|2000 Much Music Video Music Awards||2000||TV Special||Himself|
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|1||"It wasn't just hip-hop artists that inspired me, I used to like to see those old rock groups perform in front of a whole bunch of people in their '80s videos too - it was the whole music and entertainment combination that I was hooked on." (Western Gazette, November 15th 2000)|
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