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ME & U TOUR: An Unforgettable Night in Toronto by Roy Woods and Co.

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ME & U Tour

On the evening of December 13, the History music venue in Toronto became the epicenter of musical magic as Canadian singer and rapper Roy Woods took the stage as part of his ME & U TOUR, presented by Live Nation. 

The concert was a showcase of Woods’ unique blend of R&B and hip-hop and a celebration of Toronto’s rich and diverse music scene. With special guests Kwazii, Liyah Katana, DVSN, and Baka Not Nice, the event turned into an enchanting journey that left the audience in awe.

Croxxings was proud to witness the event live and celebrate the grand night of hip-hop.

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Special Guests and Surprises: The Collaborative Magic of Roy Woods’ Performance

Hailing from Brampton, Ontario, Denzel Spencer, better known by his stage name Roy Woods, has emerged as a prominent figure in the Canadian music scene. As a versatile artist signed to OVO Sound, the record label co-founded by Drake, Noah “40” Shebib, and Oliver El-Khatib, Woods has garnered attention for his distinctive sound, blending R&B, hip-hop, and soul elements.

The ME & U TOUR in Toronto wasn’t just a concert; it was a collective experience, bringing together a lineup of exceptional artists to create a night of musical synergy. Special guests Kwazii, Liyah Katana, DVSN, and Baka Not Nice elevated the evening, each contributing their unique flair to an electrifying event.

Kwazii has been making waves in the Toronto music scene. His inclusion in the ME & U TOUR lineup added a layer of fresh talent to the night. DVSN, consisting of singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85, brought their soulful R&B vibes to the stage. As a duo signed to OVO Sound, DVSN’s performance was a seamless blend of smooth vocals and captivating beats. 

Baka Not Nice, known for his distinctive voice and contributions to the Toronto rap scene, took the stage with hit tracks like “Live Up To My Name” and “Body & A Face.” His energetic performance and charismatic presence elevated the energy in the venue, bringing the crowd to their feet.

As Roy Woods took the stage, the venue pulsated with anticipation. The crowd, already enamored by the special guests, was treated to Woods’ signature style—smooth vocals, introspective lyrics, and a stage presence that commanded attention. The setlist featured tracks from across Woods’ discography, creating a narrative that unfolded with each song.

Woods’ connection with the audience was palpable. From the soulful “Drama” to the infectious beats of “Say Less,” the audience journeyed through the artist’s evolution. The collaborative spirit peaked as Baka Not Nice joined Woods on stage for a rendition of “Live Up To My Name,” creating a moment of Toronto music camaraderie and memories for ages among Toronto’s R&B fans.

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