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FAME HOLIDAY Sheds Light on Mental Illness with New Single "What A Year"

 Toronto, On-Fame Holiday, the award-winning Mississauga-based rapper releases his new single & video “What A Year” available Today on all platforms. “What A Year” comes on the heels of Holiday’s successful single, “Take Me Away.” The talented rapper uses creative hooks and melodies unique to his hometown upbringing. Influenced by Chris Brown, 50 Cent & Big Sean, Holiday knows what he wants, and his projects reflect that. The Mississauga rapper represents O.S.O.T (the other side of Toronto) and takes his responsibility to represent seriously. The artist works hard to produce projects that tell relevant stories. “What A Year” is a part of that story. 

Fame Holiday’s previous hit singles “Saucy, “Confusing,” “My Thang,” “Finessing” and albums, “Made For This” & “Temporary Love” led to his opening for multi-platinum artist Rich Homie Quan and sold-out performances at iconic venues across the country.  His combined talent, work ethic, and dedication have earned the popular artist’s music hundreds of thousands of streams on all major music platforms.  Recognized as one of the most influential rappers coming out of Canada today, Holiday decided to use his platform to tell real stories. “What A Year” humbly, brings you on that journey. Holiday tells the story of a young man suffering from depression, feeling alone, and grasping for light. The video is an interactive educational resource on mental health, addiction, substance misuse, and grief. 

“I believe having a platform and the opportunity to shine a light on struggles in our lives is a gift.  Together we are stronger.” 

                                                                                  Fame Holiday 

CAMH is one of the partners in Canada Suicide Prevention Service, Canada’s national helpline for people who have concerns about suicide. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, help is available. In Canada, you can call the Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 1-833-456-4566 to get help. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Be the first and share the light… Get your copy of “What A YEAR” out now on all major platforms.  

Listen to “What a Year” Single


Watch “What a Year” Video

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