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.