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Prado

Q&A With Prado

“Everybody wants to be a famous artist, but are you doing things to make sure that your community is safe? Are you catering to the right people? I want my music and everything that I do to be oriented towards women of colour and women being comfortable. I’m fighting for accessible spaces.”

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Merkules

You are on your way to a job interview, an intramural flag-football game, or a tinder date and you are trying to get psyched. It’s…

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Lou Phelps

On his latest solo project 001: Experiments, Lou Phelps is not just standing out. He is having fun at it. The Montreal native has been…

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Sean Leon

The hook of “Matthew in the Middle” finds featured singer Daniel Caesar musing over the pains of class struggle, asking himself, “Is this Heaven or…

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Immerze

Too often, Vancouver is overlooked as a hub for talented hip hop artists. Unlike the 6ix, which has enjoyed unprecedented attention thanks to the success…

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JayKin

Waiting For JayKin

“You know life kind of hits you.”

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Kimmortal

All Of Me

“I really want to feel like all my layers are in my music so I can just be like, ‘listen to my music,’ and that’s actually all of me.”

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Special Feature: Freeman Young

I have faith in people’s taste. If you have what it takes, people will come to you eventually and your work will be recognized for what it’s worth.

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Special Feature: Spotty Josif

I’ve learned that artists needs to be consistent dropping top quality music to survive. No one wants to invest time into an artist that puts one song out a year, no matter how good.