S.O.U.L EPISODE #10 : Hotstepper Productions
For almost 20 years the Mondesir Brothers have kept Toronto stepping to a different urban groove with Hotstepper Productions. We talk longevity, motivation, and what’s next.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #9 : Le Ti Colibri
A taste of the French Caribbean courtesy of Le Ti Colibri.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #8 : Proper Barbers
More than just a haircut. It’s a work of art.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #7 : The Real Jerk
Real Jerk Owner Ed Pottinger on adversity, inspiration and Rum.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #6 : AfroChic
Founder Amoye Henry speaks onthe importance of events like AfroChic (in it’s final year) which highlighted the talents of Black Creatives in Toronto.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #5 : Jef Kearns
Jef Kearns (accompanied by Eddy Daoriginal One & Stevie G) bang out a cover of Drake’s “Find Your Love.”
S.O.U.L EPISODE #4 : Lua Shayenne & Co.
Choreographer/Dancer Lua Shayenne on her diverse cultural experiences, how they’ve influenced her present, and what that means for her future.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #3 : Toronto Feminist Art Conference (F.A.C)
Discussing Art, Feminism and the influence of Women in the art world with Artist/Founder Ilene Sova.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #2 : Harlem Restaurant
Explore Soul food done with a Caribbean twist courtesy of Owner/Artist Carl Cassell.
S.O.U.L EPISODE #1 : LeginKnits
In our premiere episode we talk with LeginKnits (as in LEGEND) designer, creator Nigel “Legin” John about design, inspiration & cultural influences.