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Hip-Hop Album

As a youth Andrew thoroughly enjoyed Hip-Hop music. He would practice free styling with his team mates and class mates all throughout his junior high and high school career. He would listen to his older brother's R & B and Rap tapes for hours on end. As a college and professional athlete, Andrew would always find time to listen to his favourite MC's (2pac, Nas, Jay-Z, Biggie, Eminem, Andre 3000, Common, and Game). In 2012 Andrew was convinced by his good friend David Adomako Ansah (aka The Recipient) to make a rap album consisting of some of his freestyles and written rhymes. Andrew agreed to make the album but only under a few conditions:

1. That he would use no profanity.
2. The album needed to be a semi-autobiography of his life.
3. David would select the beats and sing on all of the hooks.
4. The album would be a positive endeavour and respect the elements of Hip-Hop music.
5. The album would be free to anyone who wanted to listen. 
6. The album would be his first and last hip-hop album.

and thus was born The Life and Times of A.G.P.

The Life and Times of AGP Hip Hop Mixtape

Intro (Over my dead body freestyle)

North Edmonton Nation (Biggie Smalls Juicy Freestyle) featuring The Recipient

CTV Interlude

Castledowns 2 Clareview--So Cold remix

Brothas from Northside featuring The Recipient

91.7 The Bounce interlude

Northside City featuring The Recipient--Rack City Remix

Brothers and Sisters

Lady A.G.P--Unbreakable remix

A New Day featuring The Recipient

You deserve it--A tribute to Dr. Claudia Parker and Coach Thom Elniski)