Canadian rap group The Lytics just saw the release of their fourth, album Float On. The group of brothers Alex, Andrew and Anthony Sannie, cousin Mungala Londe and friend DJ Lonnie Ce had a breakout moment in 2009 with their single “Big City Soundgirl” and became known in their home city Winnipeg which is the capital of Manitoba. Their Canadian roots did not stop them from being influenced by some of rap’s most prominent artists of the Golden Era. The group had the honor of being mentored by The Beastie Boys’ Mike D on the song “Legendary” which was produced in Brooklyn.Float On has R&B and soul within its hard beats present on the 12 songs. The Lytics are touring Europe this fall.