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Blvcknd Talks Misconceptions, New Album and More

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Blvcknd Talks Misconceptions, New Album and More

For this month’s interview we’re featuring the homie Blvcknd, an underground artist coming out of Montreal. He’s a member of Triple Nine Section as well as the Grime Mtl collective. He’s been working hard in the studio on his debut project which is set to drop this summer. We’re anxiously anticipating Blvcknd dropping some new […]

DJ KidCrayola Talks Pre-Set Rituals, Her Sound and the Montreal Nightlife Scene

We were blessed with the opportunity to sit down and chop it up with the bubbly and fun KidCrayola, a Montreal-based DJ and playlist curator. She refers to herself as the Vibe Bender as well as the Waistline Whisperer (among other things) and does so with good reason. KidCrayola always stays strapped with music that just makes you want to move, enjoy yourself and have a good time.

L’ATITUDE on Creative Endeavours, Why Sativa’s His Bitch and More

For this month’s interview, we’re so glad to be featuring artist, producer, and all-around creative, L’ ATITUDE. He’s an extremely versatile artist whose sound is constantly shifting and adapting with his growth and experience. No genre is out of the question, he’s always up for the challenge. After quite some time we’ve been graced with […]

La Section: Where the Hood Meets Luxury

During this weeks’ interview we linked up with the La Section Barbershop team. Located in Vieux-Montreal, this opulent shop features a rich history and an even more promising future. La Section’s co-owners Gonz (@gonzhands) and Junior (@juniorfades) say that their mission is to bring artists together: “Even though we aren’t painters or musicians, we still use our tools to paint canvases and to tell stories; it’s about more than just cutting hair.”

Woke or Whateva Talk Self Care, Their Mission in the Black Community and Their Love for Napping

We’re so happy to finally share this super special interview with Titi and Becky, the two brilliant woman behind the increasingly popular podcast Woke or Whateva. They speak on capitalism, anti-blackness and feminism while keeping up with current events and pop culture. The podcast is serious and smart yet also humerous and very accessible to anyone interested in gaining some knowlege.

In My Hood With Brandon Doret

In the final installment of the first season of In My Hood we visited Brandon Doret in Cartierville and Ville St-Laurent. We spoke about his newest album that dropped January 27th, When It All Falls Down, growing up in Montreal, his influences, and more.

In My Hood With Spaceman Dela

Spaceman Dela joins us for season 1, episode 2 of In My Hood. We met up with this versatile artist in Saint-Hubert and Greenfield Park, just outside the island of Montreal. We got to talk about his newest album, coming from a family of musicians, and more.

In My Hood With TGEMarx

NobodyAsked’s In My Hood is a series where we interview various artists in their neighborhoods and are shown places that are significant to them. There’s so much perspective to be discovered when speaking to someone about themselves while being immersed in the communities that shaped them.

TGEMarx joins us for season 1, episode 1 of In My Hood. We caught up with him in his childhood stomping ground, Lasalle, and got to discuss music, being an independent artist, plans for the future, and much more.


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