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There is a new artist taking Toronto by storm and his name is J-WHITE. He has put out multiple projects, been part of multiple movements, and has rocked plenty of stages. Over the past year he had opened for Canadian icons Classified and Kardinal Offishall. He has also been picked up by AMAG Collective a label that is connected to the Cash Money Records umbrella. He is currently developing as a songwriter under AMAG with his main focus on publishing his next album to be released through all distributors. Aside from all of that he’s also working on putting together Branch Out Vol 2(a collaboration mixtape used to promote fellow artists he enjoys working with) as well as launching a clothing line. The only department this artist lacks in is the visual department with no videos on YouTube people wonder when they will get to see something from J-WHITE but who knows maybe it adds to the mystery of the masked rapper. If you’re looking for an artist that blends the old school with the new school in their own unique way then you’re in the right place. He continues to bring new sounds to the game and I’m very excited for you to check this guy out.

Ladies & Gentlemen I give you episode number 28, J-WHITE, The Cash Money Song Writer

Listen on SoundCloud: J WHITE hip hop

Check him out on FaceBook: Julz White

Have a listen to his collaborative album “Branch Out” by clicking here

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “No Complaints” by J-WHITE


In this episode I tried something new! After the recap of the last episode I gave you guys close to 15 minutes of just me talking. If you do not wish to hear that feel free to skip ahead! I also merged in the ads somehow, but made them entertaining. My guest today is Toronto Stand-up comedian LENY CORRADO, THE BUTCHER !

Leny Corrado has been involved in stand-up comedy for ten years. His fast paced and animated humor is based on his married life (28yrs), children (2boys),his day job as a butcher as well as everyday observations and his Italian background. He is a regular at Yuk Yuks and Absolute Comedy clubs Pro-am nights. He spends his nights appearing at various shows throughout the city: The Rivoli, The Corner Comedy Club, Club 54 and Crack Me Up Comedy to name a few. 

Follow Leny on Twitter: @lenythebutcher

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “People Are Strange” by The Doors


Habib Siam is an educator, writer, and chief of the grammar police. His research interests include, but are not limited to, the roles of media and technology in learning, and the ways in which educational institutions collude with other social organizations in the normalization and management of individuals.

Habib is a sneaker enthusiast and basketball junkie. He will sometimes buy two pairs of the same shoe so as not worry about scuffs and still occasionally curses the 1993 NBA Finals.

In his series multimedia sneaker project titled “C’mon Feet” he treats sneakers as the embodiment of our walks through and engages people from all walks of life. C’mon Feet is about the journeys we take, the things we see, and the life lessons we learn.

biography source: www.wearethemedium.com/habib/

Follow on Twitter @HdotSdot

Follow on Instagram @HdotSdot

Check out his passion project “C’mon Feet” here

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice: “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” by Bone Thugs N’ Harmony


Huge shout out to Ethan for having me in the Q Country 102.9 FM radio station on this one. I was in Brockville doing a comedy show and thought it’d be a great idea to catch up with him because every time I’m doing radio we only have a limited time to talk. In this episode we cover: becoming a radio host, writing in college, the process of publishing a book and so much more! You’re really going to love this one and I’m happy we were able to touch on some personal things about Ethan that you really wouldn’t get any other way. You can read the articles below that I post, but listening to the podcast will help you get to know the real guy! For those of you who enjoy bio’s on people I will give full credit to the Watertown Daily times for this one:

“Shantie is a 2010 Graduate of the SUNY Potsdam Creative Writing Department. He is the recipient of the Sylvia Angus Creative Writing Award and the Maurice Kenny Creative Writing Award. A chapbook of his work was released in 2013 through Many Moons Press of Saranac Lake.”

Like his band Sunflo’er on Facebook!

Order his debut collection of poetry, “We Meet By Accident.”

Follow him on Instagram @ethansunfloer

Listen to “A Minute With The Old Man.”

Now here’s some reading material

Watertown Daily Times article

SUNY Potsdam Alum article

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “Playground Love” by Air


Ellevan is a free stylist, rapper, street performer, actor, model, brand representative and for a time dabbled as a topless bartender. He believes that doing anything except for what you love is a version of prostitution and that it’s your responsibility to become the best version of yourself. This is an episode for the books! It includes laugh out loud moments and even some business tips for branding yourself. Joining me in the Laughing Vikings studio on this episode is Anto Chan & Lars Classington. Check out his social media links below to learn more !

Check out his daily freestyles on Instagram: @ellevanmusic

Follow on Twitter: @ellevanmusic

See his music videos on YouTube: Ellevan Music

Listen to his sweet tunes on Spotify: Ellevan

To cheap for spotify? Check out his Soundcloud: @EllevanMusic

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “New to Me” by Ellevan x Future Magic ft. Dez x Prince Rose


Brad Bryans is a Toronto stand-up comedian and student of the Humber College comedy program. He’ll soon be embarking on a trip to London, England to perfect his craft, but before he leaves Brad tells us a few beekeeping stories. From getting stung everywhere imaginable to the importance of keeping a healthy bee population, we learn a lot this podcast and you will too!

 Follow Brad on Instagram @bryansrbradley

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Don’t trust English pimps.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: I went kayaking down the Colorado river in Arizona, that was probably the best times of my life.

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: Spend time with family. 100% keep doing comedy and travel.

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “Bobcaygeon” by The Tragically Hip


Today we have Jen Murray on the podcast talking about her love for accounting. Math seems boring to most, but for Jen seeing the spreadsheets balance puts a smile on her face. Have a listen as we dive into the world of a numbers nerd.

Check out Jen’s Ukelele videos here

Give her a follow on Instagram: @jenjenboben

www.jenjenboben.ca

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Don’t take the moments for granted. 

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: This is corny, but when I was running around the track the other day and I came around the bend the sun was shining and it was Good Friday so there was no school. There was a family playing baseball and a guy with his dog, a family flying a kite and I thought this is a great moment. Life is so good. Just little moments like that. 

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: Something where I could help as many people as I can. I would probably just travel around and volunteer. Set-up agriculture, water filtration services, so that everyone can have clean water. Help rescue animals. Just go around and do as much good as possible.

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “Dance Tonight” by Lucy Pearl


Mitchell Alvis is a Toronto stand-up comedian and has been working at Tim Horton’s for ten years. We’ve all been to a Tim Horton’s with one too many homeless people so I knew that even though this isn’t necessarily an odd job, it would contain some good stories. Please Enjoy!

Instagram: @thedailymitch

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Women are not important, stop trying to fuck everything that you see. Save enough money and start doing stand-up as fast as possible. You always wanted to do it.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: Anytime I’m working with the younger crowd I enjoy that the most. It’s cool because not only have we been friends inside of work, but we also have been friends outside of work. 

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: I think I would do what I love, but if money wasn’t an option I think we should be doing what we love. Instead of putting so much pressure on ourselves.

Intro: “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro: “Look At Me” by XXXTENTACION Prod. by Rojas


Jamie is a stand-up comedian and good friend of mine, we met at the Yuk Yuk’s in Ajax. Jamie hosts the amateur night on the last Wednesday of every month at the Yuk Yuk’s in Ajax. Jamie worked as a burial vault painter which creates for some dark comedy in this podcast. His job is to take a blank tomb that people are buried in so that the coffin doesn’t crack under the pressure of dirt and make it look nice. 

Instagram: @jamesoncomic

Quote: “This will be online still in five years. You could ask your future self a question. Then respond. You could have a conversation with yourself that you knew was going to happen.”

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Hurry up and break up with that girl, you’re going to soon just get it over with. Everything will be really shitty, but then when you look back it won’t be as shitty as you remembered it. Things will just seem shitty at the time. So don’t worry if something seems shitty because guess what a lot of shitty things are going to happen. Then it might get better, only to get shitty again. I don’t know I’m only 24. Maybe 26-year-old Jamie’s postcard will be like, “dude just end it right now.”

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: I threw the first pitch at a Blue Jays game. 

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: Podcasts, stand-up comedy, body building. Maybe videos, maybe not always prank videos. Stuff that I already do, I would just do it more because then I wouldn’t have to go to work.

Intro Music Credit:   “Daydream” by Tycho

Outro Music Choice:  “Like Janis” by Rodriguez


Noah is a Toronto stand-up comedian who studied at Humber College for their comedy writing & performance program. We talk about his time as a Camp Counselor and his experiences as both a kid at camp as well as a counselor. Noah runs a great show at the Comedy Bar in Toronto called Snack Time! Check it out here

Instagram: @vforvenndiagram

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Don’t worry so much.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: It’s such a bad answer to say on drugs at a music festival. I was camping once in Killarney and I did mushrooms. 

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: I think about that and I would probably still do comedy. I would eat more crazy foods. I would travel more. Probably go to some music festivals.

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice:  “Tweezer Reprise” by Phish


Steven Dadd is a Toronto-based stand-up comedian and lover of the outdoors. After finding his passion working with wildlife and conservation he moved out to BC to experience the dark, but necessary side of the fish industry. Working for a large fish farming company, Steven tells us about his experiences from the time he was injured on the job all the way to becoming homeless and what he needed to do for survival. This is a dark comedy episode about tragedy, disappointment, and lessons learned. Steven produces his own stand-up comedy show at “The Office Pub” downtown Toronto every Sunday at 7:30 PM

BONUS: Salmon Confidential documentary

Follow @StevenDadd on Instagram

Like “The Week-End Show” on Facebook

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Take every opportunity.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: I did one paid gig as a comedian and that was the best ever. I did a show at Trent University and I opened for these improv guys. It was a fantastic day, got to hang with those guys and then they paid me. Made me realize this is why I do it, have a great time, hang out with funny people and then get paid.

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: I don’t get paid to do stand-up so I guess that right. Herping, going around traveling. It’s like birding except with reptiles and amphibians.

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice:  “Never Said I Would” by Risky


Met up with my old friend from my Ottawa Caeden to go over a script he’s been working on. Afterward, we decided to do a podcast in the restaurant so the sound isn’t the best, but nonetheless still a great conversation about how he got into acting. Here’s a mini-bio by Howard Beal from his IMDB page: Source

“Caeden is an award-winning Canadian actor and screenwriter. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, but raised everywhere else, Caeden was no stranger to drama as a child, mostly of his own doing. He always jumped at the chance to make others smile and laugh, your typical class clown.

Caeden loves to write. Next, to acting, writing is his other passion. He bought his first version of Final Draft when he was in high school and has written numerous short films and feature films since.

When not acting or writing you can find Caeden neck deep in textbooks. Not for school, but for pleasure. He reads an enormous amount of non-fiction, for he believes one can never know enough about anything.”

Twitter: @CaedenLawrence

Instagram: @CaedenLawrence

Click here for a full list of his credits

“It’s okay to be vulnerable. It’s okay to let your guard down. It’s okay to be yourself and experience the moment as it is.” -Caeden Lawrence

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Don’t go to university or if you go to university, it’s okay if you don’t go right away. Also chill the fuck out, why you so fire?

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: The first thing that popped into my head and it’s going to sound kind of inappropriate, but I was going to be like can I relive my birth? What is that like, coming out of my mom’s vagina like that. I don’t want to experience coming out of my mom’s vagina, but I want to experience from a womb to earth. What is that like? And to see that and to hear that. That’s got to be really fucked up.

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: I would travel. I’d eat food I couldn’t pronounce. I’d spend a lot of time masturbating. I would get into all kinds of nonsense trouble. I would travel though. I don’t know where. I would just show up at the airport and say, “there.”

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice:  “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton


 

On this episode of Podd Jobs, Anto & I talk to legit dog walkers. Jen Sakato and Patrick Hakeem left the 9-5 behind to set-up their very own dog walking business with all of the official certifications that go along with it. They absolutely love what they do now and don’t even see it as a job. I love finding people who have taken the leap from a “stable” career and move on to something that actually makes them happy. They are also part of the Ten Minute Podcast Network where they offer love advice to idiots by idiots.

Check out their Podcast: Listen to Us w/ Jen Sakato & Patrick Hakeem

We Will Walk You info: www.wewillwalkyou.ca

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice: “Shine Blockas” Big Boi ft. Gucci Mane

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Get braces.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: Christmas Eve 2008. I was living in Hakuba, Nagano in Japan. I was working at a ski resort on a holiday visa having the time of my life. No real responsibilities, racking up debt at home. There was fireworks going off in the sky, beautiful snowy mountains around me and just surrounded by good people.

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: I would buy some property in Japan and travel a shit load. I would buy a caregiver for my parents. Buy my sister a bigger home. Just have a good time and have no worries.


 

Lars Classington is the creative director and owner of Laughing Vikings Studio. We talk a lot about how amazing croissants & cucumber water is, but we also get to dive into the details of being a creative director. Enjoy!

Instagram: @larsclassington // @laughingvikings

www.larsclassington.com // www.laughingvikings.com

“I got into show business, by answering an add on Kijiji that said, “so you wanna be a comedian.” -Lars Classington

 Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice: “My Balls!” by Lars Classington

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Skip University and start making your own videos.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: This whole podcast. Not just because of you guys, in general, I feel like I’m killing it at life right now. 

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: The same thing I’m doing now, except I would travel more.


 

Tim “The Irish” Cronin is the new Canadian light heavyweight boxing champion and we talk about his training, diet, influences and lessons you learn from losing. For more on Tim see below

Tim Cronin fight record

News

Follow Tim on Instagram @timtheirishcronin

Like him on Facebook here

“I was born to fight.” -Tim “The Irish” Cronin

Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: It would say do you, don’t worry about impressing anyone else because that’s just going to get you into trouble. Worry about yourself and what you do and what you love to do.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: Right now. You gotta live in the moment bro.

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: From my upbringing in work and also in boxing. I would fall in the lines of the men that I grew up with. Who taught me, so I would become the teacher. I would show them how to work with their hands, how to fight, how to grow from a young man into a man.

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice: “Whiskey in the Jar” by Metallica


Michael Flamank is a social media consultant in Toronto, ON and is currently in the running for a position with SIR Corp (Jack Astor’s, Scaddabush etc.) to handle their online presence. That’s BIG TIME! If you skip about 15 minutes in we start talking about more social media specific tips for improving your reach. We get a tad jokey at times, but that’s my favorite part about hanging out with comedians. Also definitely not only check out his personal accounts but also his Humans of the 6 page as well. All links will be posted below!

Follow on Twitter: @That_Mike_Guy

Follow on Instagram: @That_Mike_Guy

Follow his satire Instagram: @humansofthe6

www.michaelyourlife.com

“I’ll be your John Wick of killing goals.” -Michael Flamank
Q: If you could give a few words of advice on a postcard to yourself at 17, what would it say?

A: Hey you know what, life’s a crap shoot anyways. Just don’t do the streaks thing in your senior year of high school.

Q: If you could relive any moment in your life where everything felt perfect, what would that be?

A: This might not be my perfect moment, but this was a really exciting to me. When I posted Anto’s video from a show I produced here in Toronto, it was of Anto doing a bit about a Cantonese word or something. I posted it on YouTube and on Reddit and it just absolutely blew up! It got to the front page and it was #5 on Reddit for an entire day.

Q: If money was no object, what would you do with your time?

A: This is going to be a tangent, but I would probably do like musical stuff and just concentrate on my own creative efforts. Maybe do stories or content for performing and comedy. I want to create my own stuff and put it out there if people like it then I’ll find my audience.

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice: “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” by Jamie XX ft. Young Thug, Popcaan


My co-host Anto Chan set’s up another great person for the podcast! Philosofly and I dive into many different things in this episode from his creative process to why he started rapping. It’s very cool to see the parallels in the process between rapping and comedy. Definitely not even close to the same finished product, but the creativity and discovery come from a very similar and familiar place. Please enjoy! Also don’t forget to check out all of the links on Philosofly I’ll post below:

Follow on Instagram: @Philosofly_Holmes

Follow on Twitter: @PhilosoflyMusic

Check out his YouTube here or go to his website http://philosofly.net/ for more!

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Song Choice: “Hit Em High (The Monstars’ Anthem)” by B-Real, Coolio, Method Man, LL Cool J And Busta Rhymes


Marc is a Toronto stand-up comedian and 1/4 of the sketch comedy group “Vest of Friends,” that just had a successful run at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Fest. Marc used to work with a few comedian friends as a tour bus guide for the city of Toronto. He talks about people trying to steal his tips, bus breakdowns and shenanigans with the other guides.

Follow on Twitter: @hallworthmarc

Check out Vest of Friends here

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice: “Blessed” by Brett Dennen



Patrick and I have been friends since high school and for as long as I’ve known him he has been obsessed with video games. I wanted to record a conversation with him because of his unique way of explaining a game. Patrick can dive deep into a game and give you the best in-depth, yet brief description of a game and its inner workings. To learn more about Patrick, click the links below!

Follow on Twitter: @Phatriik

Follow on Instagram: @Phatriik

Follow on Twitch: @Phatriik

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music Choice: “Video Games” by Classified


Ernie is a Toronto stand-up comedian that has had his share of odd jobs in the past, but the most exciting was becoming “The Billboard Guy.” We talk about how that came about and his crazy experiences driving Uber in the city. You can catch Ernie live with Comedy Kapow every Friday at the 120 Diner in Toronto.

Follow on Twitter: @ernievicente

Follow on Instagram: @ernievicente

http://erntourage.com/

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro song choice: “Marching Bands” by Neon Dreams Ft. Kardinal Offishal


Keven worked as a production assistant for the tv/film and commercial industry in Toronto. We talk about his time in the entertainment industry, both behind and in front of the camera. Kevin stars as a drug squad cop in the new film “Filth City,” a dark comedy crime story about a Mayor caught up in a crack-smoking scandal and all the groups who will stop at nothing to get their hands on the evidence. Based on true events.

Follow on Twitter: @KevenSoldo

Follow on Instagram: @kevsoldo

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music choice by Keven: “Thursday In The Danger Room” by Run The Jewels

To see a scene of Filth City with Keven click here



Blaze is a Toronto graffiti artist who has graduated from OCAD and gone on to do some pretty amazing things. He was commissioned by the city of Toronto to do a mural and just finished a set design for a show on TVO. We talk about his humble beginnings and how art has helped him express love for a fallen friend.

Follow Blaze on Instagram @blaze_works

To check out Attribute Films click here

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music pick by Blaze: “Y” by The Pharcyde


Brennan and I met in Ottawa while doing work as a background extra for the movie “Hit By Lighting,” with Jon Cryer and Will Sasso. We talk about his time as a figure skater in Russia and his experiences with TIFF. Plus he shares the real secrets of how to be a filmmaker.

Follow on Twitter: @Brennanacting

Follow on Instagram: @thiniceseries

Subscribe on YouTube

Watch Brennan’s Archer fan film here

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music pick by Brennan: “Take Five” by Dave Brubeck


Morgan is a stand-up comedian currently based out of Toronto. He had me over to his place to talk about being a strip club DJ and his ventures doing his own comedy tour out east. Plus he talks about his new Toronto Raptors show called “The Scrimmage” on the Hudson Live app available in the iTunes store.

Follow on Twitter: @morganstandup

Follow on Instagram: @morganstandup

Follow “The Scrimmage” on Facebook here

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music pick by Morgan: “Bette Davis Eyes” by Kim Carnes


Daniel Salij is an Artist from Toronto, ON Canada. He prefers to call himself an artist by any means necessary, which includes pretty much any creative avenue under that umbrella. Daniel has a very spiritual, artsy and world traveler vibe going on so we had tons of conversation about that. For his last song choice, he chose Fighting Divine Demons.

Follow on Twitter: @universalij

Follow on Instagram: @univ3rsalij

Follow on Soundcloud here

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer



Kurtis Conner is a stand-up comedian and internet personality based in Toronto, ON. He became best known for his popularity on Vine where he had over 250,000 followers and close to 250,000,000 loops. We talk about his thoughts on Vine shutting down, his time with the social app and plans for the future. Enjoy!

Twitter: @KurtisConner

Buy his comedy album “Cuppla Jokes” here

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music pick by Kurtis: “Dela” by Johnny Clegg


Ryan & I recorded this podcast in the green room at the Absolute Comedy club in Kingston, ON. We talk about him starting out as a manager for Jake “The Snake” Roberts and Mick Foley (WWE Legends). He managed and wore a million hats while helping these guys book stand-up comedy shows, tv/radio appearances and meet n’ greets. We also had MC for the evening Dave Hudson join us at the end! This week’s outro song chosen by Ryan was The Tragically Hip as a nod to Kingston, ON.

Twitter: @Ryan_Dennee @MrDaveHudson

Facebook: Ryan Dennee

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music pick by Ryan: “New Orleans Is Sinking” by The Tragically Hip

Jake “The Snake” Roberts Documentary


Anto had me over to his apartment to talk about being a wedding MC and how he got started with that. Anto is a ten year vet in the stand-up comedy scene in Toronto and he’s been flown internationally to host weddings. When it comes to being the master of ceremonies, this guy is the master.

Twitter: @punfumaster

Intro Music Credit: “Time” by Hans Zimmer

Outro Music pick by Anto: Blackstreet – No Diggity ft. Dr. Dre, Queen Pen