Afro-Jamaican Toronto-based writer, editor and creative interested in identity, diaspora, pop culture and Caribbean (mis)representations.
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"It was an episode of the anime "Initial D" that inspired the song and the first lyrics and even the cover art."
The song comes off his forthcoming 'Almost Everything.'
We asked fans to share their experiences from the Sean Leon show. Here are the moments that meant the most to them.
A spotlight on Caribbean art in Toronto just in time for Caribana.
The track comes off the Toronto artist's newest project 'MARTYR.'
"Everywhere but here... it's complicated."
'We can be just as savage and I'm sure if every time we chose to speak on men we spoke like this... Men would think twice."
The Toronto-based rapper uses her music to tell the stories of her unique experiences and makes space for other mothers to do the same.
There's something special and incredible about seeing a Toronto artist on the come up.
From Lil' Rick to Stiffy, these artists are forging a future and legacy for the sound.
“It is the only way I could tell my story. We are survivors.”
"I've been rapping all my life, but I had to work hard until I felt I was ready to drop a full body of work."
A tambourine seems like an unlikely tool for activism, but that’s exactly what it is for a Jamaica-based movement.