Music in Canada

Most Popular Music in Canada – People, Genre, and Artists

Music has always been a companion for us, through thick and thin and from the happiest to the lowest moods. It is a major source of happiness for people worldwide as it helps them forget their daily struggles and provides them with something to live for. Additionally, music breaks every cultural and language barrier between nations and unites people across the world.
The Canadian People and Their Love for Music
One of the first countries to legalize CBD products, Canada is surely a jolly country, and you can tell with its music. For the Canadian people, the music goes beyond being a simple source of entertainment. Music is …


How Vaping Has Changed Over The Years

Tobacco use has been thoroughly enjoyed for as early as 5000-3000 BC. According to Vaping suppliers,  its popularity has reportedly seen an incredible rise during the colonial era.
The nicotine derived from tobacco has been in steady demand for years, continuously giving rise to different ways to acquire it.
According to studies, the use of E-cigarettes such as vaping has been more popular than traditional tobacco nowadays.
So, how did vaping come about?
The first known mention of an E-cigarette patent was in the 1930s.  It was given to a Joseph Robinson, the one who …

Modal Music & Musicians in Canada

Modal music is gaining popularity in Canada and is defined as a different approach to music, the sound world, and thinking. Modal music in Canada is a broad topic that can be understood with ease by artists.
The level of understanding of modal music is also on a higher level. The modal genres and themes incorporated help in the explanation of the modal music among the Canadian artist.
Modal music is the description of musical traditions which originate from West Africa to China.  It contrasts with the harmony-driven approach used in the West and with which most people are familiar.
In most instances, modal music …

Backxwash & Will Owen Bennett

Ashanti Mutita, commonly known as Backxwash, is a Montreal-based rapper who was born in Zambia. On the album ‘God Has Nothing to Do with This Leave Him Out of It,’ Backxwash & Will Owen Bennett received impressive recognition.
The album is a life experience of the rapper and her challenges of being a transgender woman. On the album, she touches on matters of faith and identity, blending them with hostile vocals.
The two met when Ashanti went to Will Owen’s studio as she featured in another artist’s track. They worked on a record and that is when they worked together on this album.
The coalition of …

How to Make Money via Radio Satellite

Satellite radio such as SiriusXM or Stingray is proved to be a significant promotional opportunity for music. The moment your music lands here, the artist will receive the payment immediately. In most instances, the music is played on digital performance royalties. These are royalties that are collected when your music is played via internet radio.
The royalties are collected every time the music is played via the internet radio such as Pandora, satellite radio services (Sirius XM), and Music Choice. The royalties here are primarily from non-interactive webcasting…

Kardinal Offishall Promoted by Universal Music Canada (UMC)

UMC has made an update that the award-winning, multi-platinum, and producer Kardinal Offishall has appeared in the books as the senior deputy president of A&R. A&R is a coalition whose aim is to support and promote both the current and upcoming artistic legends across the globe.
Working together with British mega-producer Harmony Samuels has helped significantly in promoting Kardinal. According to the CEO of UMC, Kardinal is a bold leader, smart label exec, philanthropist, and artist who is well-respected internationally.
Offishall has recently …

Canadian Live Music Association (CLMA) Has Attained its Letter-Writing Goal

CLMA has said that it has reached its goal for the #ForTheLoveOfLIVE campaign. Reports indicate that more than five thousand persons have sent at least thirty thousand letters showing support for Chrystia Freeland, the Minister of Finance.
The core business is to support live music and talented songwriters in Canada. The campaign is also meant to help the people employed in the live music industry improve their skills. The funding is from the concert, festivals, sound supply firms, and other organizations. The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) aims at enhancing the hard-hit industries to boost their performance in 2021.

Photographer Anthony Gebrehiwot Gets Creative Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Anthony Gebrehiwot, popularly known as Tony, has high experience in portraits and photography. With 10 years of experience, Tony has worked with renowned individuals and brands like Nike, Royal Bank of Canada, singer Tobi, and many more.
In his Boys to Men Series, the photography received the 2019 Flash Forward Award from the Magenta Foundation. The arts- publishing house published his talent across the world. Since the pandemic started, Tony has boosted his artwork and produced series of photography workshops for the Toronto youths. Tony confesses that he has managed to remain creative in art during the pandemic thanks to music, …

Induction of Kim Mitchell into Indies Hall

According to the recent Canadian Music Week news, Kim Mitchell will be introduced to the Indies Hall of Fame, a virtual conference, for three days from 18th May 2021. It is a showcase festival where Kim and other artists will compete for the Jim Beam Indies Awards.
Mitchell is a well-known Toronto guitarist, songwriter, singer, and broadcaster with a record of multiple achievements in multi-platinum commercial success for more than five years. He is a creative rock guitarist and a talented songwriter taking part in Canadian music from the 70s, reporting 1.5 million sales.
The popularity as a solo artist started way back in …

McPherson: Toronto-Based Entrepreneur Looks to Uplift Career Opportunities for Youth

McPherson, popularly known as Philly, is a Toronto entrepreneur who aims to uplift the career opportunities for marginalized and racialized youth. The Young &Gifted mentorship program that the entrepreneur has started on is On Point Entertainment Company. It has made a tremendous effort to connect the Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) young people to become leaders.
Through the program, youths aged 15-18 years get an opportunity to discover their talent and develop their areas of interest to practice in post-secondary school. This will give them a chance to work closely with well-renowned entrepreneurs and leaders …