Anuschka Wright was born in Canada but grew up in the Bahamas where she began her Jazz career at age 18 years of age. As a young child she performed and travelled […]
CINE Morphosis is the brainchild of two Bahamian artists – Emerald Sands and Tara Woodside. The company’s focus is around cinematography, special FX makeup, tutorials and most recently short film production. “I […]
Keonté Beals is a 22-year-old singer, songwriter, piano player, and dancer. Born and raised in the community of North Preston in Nova Scotia, Keonté started singing and performing at the age of […]
“I would love to be a powerful Obeah woman in a high budget studio film. I want the character to highlight Bahamian legends and our culture. I also just love the concept of playing a character that embodies who I imagine my true self to be: a spiritual healer/oracle super villain with superpowers.”
Our culture of Junkanoo performance and music is well known throughout the Bahamas, but not all around the world. Our aim (my team and I) was to make this beat, this music, popular in a very cool, very trendy way. We wanted to introduce Junkanoo to the world, in a way that was very easily relatable.
Zamani’s music has been described as many things ‘captivating, soulful, refreshingly pure’ and each time I witness her perform I’m blown away by the talent of this young woman, who just recently turned 18.
Just recently we reconnected. I’m so excited and proud to see all that Anuschka has been up to on the Montreal music scene. Anuschka who has just released a sultry single called Black Coffee – written by Sonny Burke with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster.
My first impression – “smooth crooner.” I immediately compared him to a young Marvin Gaye, however as I listened closer, his music held a hint of Reggae/Afro Caribbean beats, similar to that of Beres Hammond, but I soon came to the conclusion that his style of singing was uniquely his.
Montreal is a city rich in culture, music and arts. From Festivals like Montreal Jazz festival, Osheaga, MUTEK, to Nuits d’ Afrique, performers come from all over to share, learn and grow.
Canada Day, celebrated July 1 is the national day of Canada. How did you spend your Canada Day? Here’s a brief snippet of Canada Day celebrations in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Brief history: […]