RAPPER MAESTRO FRESH WES NOW LIVING IN SAINT JOHN, N.B., AND RELEASING A CHILDREN’S BOOK

People around town know him for his new radio show, Maestro in the Maritimes, on The Wave.

Maestro Fresh Wes (or Wesley Williams) says he’s loving his new life in the Maritimes.

The Toronto-born rapper made the move to Saint John with his family back in October.

“It has been awesome,” Williams says.

“Just due to the COVID climate, we figured it’d be the best thing to do family-wise, and I think we made a great decision.”

Williams released the ninth studio album of his 30-year-long career, Champagne Campaign, in 2019.

He previously spent time in Halifax, before he wrapped up eight seasons on the Canadian sitcom, Mr. D, where he played school teacher Paul Dwyer for almost a decade.

The rapper says he misses Toronto, but having spent years in the Maritimes before, it wasn’t much of a shock to move to Saint John.

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