Every Canadian rapper has a problem with the country's constantly floundering industry/scene, but look at the track list of Urban Landmark, the 89-05 career retrospective of Maestro (Fresh Wes) and one of Can-hop's biggest issues is clear: no community. If this were the U.S. and a hiphop legend had dropped an important album, you know there'd be big-name support. But of Dream Warriors, Rascalz, Saukrates, Kardi and k-os (all of whom Billboard's Larry LeBlanc lists in the liner notes as people who owe Maestro), who decided to pay this Urban Landmark a visit? None of the above except Saukrates. Where was everyone? Swollen Members? Michie Mee? D-Cisive? Anyone? Look, guys, now Maestro's doing tracks with Gowan. As the new tracks prove, despite Metropia and that weird cameo in Four Brothers, Maestro has kept his flow game up over the years, and the classics are here (except for 416/905, oddly). Not the Northern Touch 2 it could've been.