Armed with a unique grimy flow and calm demeanor, Toronto emcee Lex Leosis makes her stand known as she drops a hard-hitting track titled “I Don’t Play That”. Backed by a cinematic, vibrant backdrop courtesy of producer Clyde Strokes, Leosis delivers a fiery performance as she lets her opposition know that she is not the one to mess around with. She knows life is not given and she has to stand for something and this track serves as the perfect anthem to inspire individuals who want to go out and achieve their goals.

Lex Leosis was a member of The Sorority. The group made waves with a 2016 International Women’s Day Cypher, and since then have released a debut album to critical acclaim, and toured Canada multiple times, sharing festival stages with many great artists. Outside of music and performance, Lex regularly works to equip the youth of today with creative tools to develop their own artistry. Lex is a mentor in the Hamilton and Toronto hip-hop communities working as a lead facilitator for youth programs that teach kids to write, rhyme and rap. A unique part of the hip-hop landscape, Lex Leosis is an emcee you won’t forget.
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