Watch “A Black Man’s Culture”, A Poetry Performance by Tobi Ogude

2016 was a really rough year for the members of our community. We have had to deal with the constant oppression from authority figures who were meant to preserve and facilitate the standard of living for all humans. We have been attacked with constant videos of brothers and sisters losing their lives to murderers who […]

Portraits of Toronto (Vol. 4)

Going out in Toronto means that you start seeing the same faces. It’s an intriguing phenomenon, nothing new in the likes of a metropolis like ours, only exacerbated by community (*cough* clique) building platforms like Instagram. It starts with seeing the name of that cool DJ on an online poster, or maybe a collective that’s known to throw a good jam, and like […]

Seth Dyer Has No Time For Dramatics on “Broadway”

Seth Dyer starts the year off right with his hard hitting track Broadway, a reggae-influenced trap banger. Broadway displays the artist’s ambition, drive to build and belief in staying focused on your goals no matter what. He also addresses staying away from those who aren’t authentic and the hook plays on that concept: he speaks […]