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The Beat Stuff is the debut six track EP by Canadian singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas. Originally released independently in 2008 as a five-song release, the EP was later picked up by Hidden Pony Records, which released a new edition in early 2009 with the extra track "Gabriella". The EP garnered radio airplay for the singles "The Beat Stuff" and "The National". Starbucks licensed "The Beat Stuff" for play in its cafés. During her tour to support the EP, a commercial music supervisor also saw her performance in New York City, and licensed her new non-album track, "You've Got a Place Called Home", for use in a Wal-Mart commercial. Georgas won CBC Radio 3's Bucky Award for Best New Artist in 2009.