E73- A.Y.E.

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On this episode of the podcast Cody sits down with Calgary hip-hop artist Jahimba Hutson who makes music under the name A.Y.E. Jahimba has appeared on the show before so the two of them catch up and go over the things that have happened between then and now. This conversation covers a wide variety of subject matter including: the importance of connecting with your audience, learning how to be authentic through your art, the evolution of the artist, making sure that you are always challenging yourself and growing, finding the lessons in your failures, balancing music with life and a new child, surrounding yourself with supportive people who have the same vision as you, the importance of diversifying your skills, getting back to the basics and learning new things, working out your mind as well as your body, earning your downtime, and much more. We also talk all about A.Y.E.’s latest album Soul food: The Audiobiography of… You can listen to A.Y.E.’s latest single, Sun Days, off of the album at the end of the episode. It is available for purchase HERE

Be sure to follow A.Y.E. on social media for up to date information on everything he has going on:

Facebook // Twitter // Instagram // Youtube // Spotify // iama-y-e.com

You can purchase tickets to A.Y.E’s album release party HERE


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E34- A.Y.E

I got the chance to sit down and speak with Calgary Hip-Hop artist A.Y.E. His album "Nox" has been nominated for a YYC Music Award for Hip-Hop recording of the year! We touch on a wide variety of topics mostly focusing on the ins and outs of A.Y.E's creative process and what he's doing that makes him stand out. We also talk about the current state of the music industry and how technology has affected art, but the main theme of the entire podcast is the importance of finding balance. You can listen to A.Y.E's new single "Deliver Me" at the end of the episode. You can download his new single and his full length album "Nox" at www.iama-y-e.com

Be sure to follow A.Y.E on social media for up to date information:

www.facebook.com/iamayemusic/

twitter.com/iamAYE

www.instagram.com/i.am.a.y.e

www.iama-y-e.com

ayeonline.bandcamp.com/releases

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E33- Brom

Brom Returns! It was really awesome getting the chance to catch up with Calgary Hip-hop artist Brom and hear what he has been up to over the past year. We discuss the good things that come from doing things that scare you, the positive impacts that making music and podcasting has had on our lives and the dying art of constructing an album. We also talk about his most recent cross Canada tour with Astronautalis and Transit 22 as well as his brand new full length album "Malaise." You can listen to the tracks I Saw a Ghost, Rorschach and Drag the Lake off of Brom's new album at the end of the episode. You can download the full album at hiphopbrom.bandcamp.com/album/malaise

Make sure to follow Brom for up to date information and show announcements:

www.facebook.com/hiphopbrom

www.hiphopbrom.com

twitter.com/hiphopbrom

www.instagram.com/hiphopbrom

soundcloud.com/hiphopbrom

hiphopbrom.bandcamp.com

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E31- Sinzere

On this episode I am joined by the extremely talented female Hip-Hop artist Sinzere. The conversation we had was very eye opening for me and it was an absolute pleasure being able to openly discuss certain issues with her. We touch on topics such as maintaining your faith, a disconnected and hurting populace, social issues regarding race and Sinzeres feeling of responsibility to use her music to speak up about these issues. We also talk about what motivates Sinzere in her everyday life, the build-up towards her first studio album, honing your craft and following your dreams. 

Follow Sinzere for up to date information, including show schedules and music releases:

www.facebook.com/Sinzereofficial

www.instagram.com/sinzereofficial

www.twitter.com/SinzereOfficial

sinzereofficial.bandcamp.com

soundcloud.com/sinzereofficial

www.youtube.com/channel/house-of-sin

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E19- Alter Ego Collective

I talk to Calgary hip-hop artist Alter Ego Collective. We talk about his new album Indigo Hours and everything that went into its construction. We also touch on the current state of marijuana in the country and balancing your passions with work and family. You can listen to the full version of Indigo Hours at the end of the episode. If you would like a copy of the album contact Alter Ego Collective on facebook!

https://www.facebook.com/AlterEgoCollective/

https://soundcloud.com/alteregocollective

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E18- Lyrique

I talk with Calgary Hip-Hop artist Lyrique. We talk about some of the struggles he has gone through to get where he is today and about the importance of building strong music communities that lift everyone up! Unfortunately I had some technical difficulties and their are a few audio hiccups throughout the episode, Sorry! I hope you all can forgive me. Follow Lyrique for up to date info:

https://www.facebook.com/Lyrique403/

https://soundcloud.com/musiclyriques

Watch his video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8jHHIBjuOo&feature=youtu.be

Buy his Music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/lyrique/id198497866

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E09- Brom

I talk to Calgary Hip-Hop artist Brom! We talk about the all encompassing genre known as Hip-Hop and why it's important to make music that is genuine. Listen to his most recent album "Bones" at the end of the episode.

Follow Brom:  https://www.facebook.com/hiphopbrom/

https://twitter.com/hiphopbrom    

 https://soundcloud.com/hiphopbrom

If you would like to purchase Bones: https://hiphopbrom.bandcamp.com/releases

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E06- OdderOtter Returns

OdderOtter is back to let us know what he has been up to. We talk about ways to support local artists and the importance of community. Get a taste of his up coming album with the song "Short Rap" at the end of the podcast. Follow OdderOtter Here:

https://www.facebook.com/therealoddestotter

https://twitter.com/TheOddestOtter

https://soundcloud.com/theoddestotter

Buy His things Here -> https://odderotter.bandcamp.com/

E04- Aiirrows

I talk to the new Hip-Hop duo from Calgary, Canada, Aiirrows. We talk about their debut EP Bridges. Track list:

1. Bridges

2. Between Cold Sheets

3. The Shepard

Follow them: https://soundcloud.com/aiirrows -https://www.facebook.com/Aiirrows/?fref=ts

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