Directed by Sean Getti.
Directed by Sean Getti.
Ummmm…produced by Andreena Mill??? Just when I thought it was impossible to love her more…
Day One off the album “All Eyes On Me” available 9-23-2011. www.andreenamillmusic.com.
Written By: Andreena Mill, Luu Breeze
Produced By: Andreena Mill
Previous: NEW MUSIC: Andreena Mill – I Wish
Looks like another great line-up for this Manifesto Festival headlining event.
F-YOU: The Forgiveness Project is straight-forward and honest: we create a conversation about forgiveness. We are a collective of professionals who desire to see unity replace resentment and forgiveness where bitterness is building. We feel the power in saying three simple words – F-You – “I forgive you”
Honest conversation, no judgment.
Moving forward without looking back.
Join us as we strip the layers of persona, ego and resentment to discuss what really matters: keeping it real.
Moderated by Tona.
Included speakers: Bryan Espiritu, Ian Andre Espinet, Katrina Lopes, Latoya “JaneFrFinch” Rodney, Christine “Chris Jay” Jordan, DJ Miss Kittie.
A panel of six people, a mix of race, age and gender, speaking about a time in their lives they had to for give either themselves or another. F-YOU is an inviting, tell-all event that aligns personal growth with self-improvement. This event has the potential to impact our community and young adults by way of real-life portrayals of hardships, and over coming barriers that at one point seemed insurmountable. Hearing first-hand trials and tribulations from people just like us can open the door to motivate and inspire us to do better, to be better, and most importantly, feel better.
We at F-You share a desire to see more unity and confidence among our generation.. In a world filled with anger and resentment, it becomes easy to harden our hearts to the idea of letting go. Forgiveness is not permission, or predisposed justification – it is the release of detrimental feelings, thoughts and emotions that can consume us. F-You is a multi-faceted organization which includes panel-based community events, a T-shirt line and a collection of journals. The panel is an impassioned and inspiring event, featuring speakers who have overstepped the line between being a victim and being a sur vivor in the face of their own internal adversities. A true showcase of strength and inner character, F-You will reveal how forgiveness is the power to heal yourself and others by resisting blame and granting pardon to those who have wronged us. With guest speakers from every walk of life, including the ever-testing entertainment industry, F-You will encourage and empower all of us to let go… for no one other than ourselves.
For more information: email@example.com
Come-up artist Nyce Touch covers “Headlines” + lets off her own new self-produced single “Body Rock” feat. Supreme Swiss.
Produced by Dirtwork.
Look for her full-length to drop on Capitol Records/EMI Music in 2012.
Previously: NEW MUSIC: Trish “Lovin’ U” (Prod. Major Music)
This is a craaaazy lineup – all going down tonight!
Pioneers from four styles of sound system culture face with off in the city’s first ever cross-genre culture clash of that magnitude. Four DJ crews hailing from Los Angeles, London, New York and Toronto will be representing their sound on four different stages and sound systems, as they battle it out exciting a crowd of thousands to ultimately become the reigning champion of the Red Bull Music Academy World Tour – Culture Clash Toronto stop, as part of the critically acclaimed 11-day Manifesto Festival of Community & Culture.
FEATURING…Afrika Bambaataa & The Zulu Nation crewvsLuckyMe featuringHudson Mohawke, Lunice, Rustie & Just BlazevsMad Decent featuringDillon Francis, DJ Sega, South Rakkas Crew, Paul Devro, & Skerrit
vsToronto All-Stars featuringStarting from Scratch, DJ Mensa, Lissa Monet & Lindo P
Plus Special Guests
Hosted by Toronto’s own Kardinal Offishal
Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – 909 Lakeshore Blvd West
6pm to 1am | $20 early bird, $25 advance, $30 door
Tickets at TICKETMASTER: http://bit.ly/ebrbmacc
Also available at:
Play De Record – 357 Yonge Street
Soundscapes – 572 College St.
Slinky/Moog Audio – 442 Queen St. W.
The Forum Barber – 5519 Yonge St.
Broadway Fashions – Mississauga Square One
Ontario university/college students hit the jump for the free hookup! (Deadline’s 12noon tho!)
Here’s another clip from last night’s Manifesto Festival 2011 event “CONNECTED: Meet & Greet”. Che Kothari (co founder of the Manifesto festival) explains the purpose of the event and gives props to the community involved. Clip also includes performance footage from Toronto’s own SHAUN BOOTHE and SFA Jamaica fam KABAKA PYRAMID!