From moody alt-R&B to trap dancehall, the late aughts and 2010s saw Black music evolve beyond the hard limits of genres.
The producer shares her earliest influences and how Afro-futurism informs her work.
Canada’s musical epicenter has long been in Toronto, but artists from the nation’s West Coast continue to make their mark.
Despite a storied, pre-Drake history, Black music in Canada has historically had a hard time gaining widespread support.
Music genres aren’t obsolete as much as Black artists simply became great at all of them.
Host Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe is bringing all things Black music to the Canadian broadcaster.