Posted on: August 5, 2014 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, is usually known for its embassies and buildings but Mace Milly, one of the hottest Emcee’s coming out of Canada calls Ottawa home and aims to change his cities boring reputation. Mace Milly’s unique spit fire style of delivery sets him apart from other young emcee’s in the game. Teaming with well-respected Ottawa Producer, LJ, Mace Milly is on pace to take over the game. Recognizing this young talent Mace Milly has been able to secure features with Hip-Hop heavy weights Brisco (YMCMB), Fred the Godson, Cashis and Diplomat titan Hell Rell.

Mace Milly uses his tough upbringing as motivation for his lyrics. Mace Milly has gone through everything from violence on the streets to spending time in Jail. He uses all his life struggles as motivation to help him prepare his debut EP aptly titled ‘Destined to be Famous’ dropping in August 2014. With such a boldly named EP, he knows he has no choice but to get on his grind and make that a reality

Teaming up with well-known Ottawa Rapper Goliath PAW, Mace Milly is preparing to embark on a 2014 Fall Tour to help promote his ‘Destined to be Famous’ EP. This highly anticipated tour is expected to have many sold out dates meaning fans need hurry if they hope to see the rising star that is Mace Milly!

In the meantime Mace Milly has released “Put Your Hands Up” a bass heavy party record reminiscent of drum and bass but with a Hip Hop drum pattern and hi hats. Mace Milly and BC’s rapid fire flow instantly transforms the beat from a slow bass undertone to a quick head bopping party-starter. With a catchy hook telling listeners to “throw their hands up” and “jump”, this is the type track you want to hear live in concert.

“I made this is for all those bass heads and party animals. It’s got a strong baseline to rock the club” – Mace Milly

Don’t sleep on this one!

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