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Before it became The 6ix, it was Toronto the Good – and even before that, Muddy York. Toronto took its time to become the cool cultural capital it is today, and Fateh Singh has had a ringside seat to its transformation. “When my family came out here in 2007,” he says, “the scene was dead. There were no artists coming out of here. The city had a reputation for not showing support to its own artists, and I learned that pretty quickly. Then, it started to bubble: Drake, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber happened, and things

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