Montreal's "Mondays In The Bishi" Kidnaps MTL Blog's Anchorman MTL

'Mondays In The Bishi' welcomes MTL Blog.
Montreal's "Mondays In The Bishi" Kidnaps MTL Blog's Anchorman MTL

When Anchorman MTL isn't preparing to notify his viewers about the latest and greatest of what's going on in this city, he's busy riding around in Mitsubishis, pretending he can dance and attempting to do voice impersonations.

This week, Anchorman MTL hit up the back seat of two Montrealers' Mitsubishi, to partake in their weekly segment, "Mondays In The Bishi". For the past year, these 2 boys have been cruising the streets of Montreal exploring, and most importantly, doing what they do best- rapping. Every Monday these two put together a different track all from the seats of their small car.

Check out this week's episode of "Mondays In The Bishi" featuring our very own Anchorman MTL!

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@4originesbeer | Instagram, Courtesy of Sudbest

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