Desiire emulates the complexity of identity through sound.
The singer and Juno Award-winner sifts through history to tell stories about African culture as well as his lived experiences.
Clerel’s musical journey has been a process of self discovery.
Inspired by the icons fronting the vanguard of female hip-hop, from Nicki Minaj to Missy Elliott, SLM is aiming high.
Comparing himself to an early version of Common, Phelps sees himself belonging to the modern rebirth of neo-soul music.
Haviah Mighty’s music radiates with a sense of overwhelming fortitude, ready to burst through her songs at the seams, from the power of her delivery to her lyrical depth.
A fusion of Afrobeats, R&B, and dance-influenced sounds, Töme’s style defies genre as much as it embraces it.
There’s a dual purpose to the Toronto rapper’s songs: one born out of necessity and one born out of healing.
If Malachi could be summarized in a single word, it would be “versatile.” The Toronto singer approaches music like a sport and with a singular focus: to be the best.
The Quebec rapper’s lyrics twist and turn from rapid bars to melodic rhythms, delivered with signature precision and style.
Stephen Voyce’s relationship to music is one born of loss and healing.
Dominique Fils-Aimé sees music in primary colours: the blues are blue like silent nights, jazz is red like the violence of revolution, and soul is yellow like the sun and healing.