In addition to his music career, Josh Bogertis an established actor who is known for his lead role as Miles Lennox in the Disney/Netflix/Family Channel original series Backstage, Josh has released his catchy new single “Dreams” available now on all streaming platforms.
At 21-years-old, Josh is an accomplished, independent singer-songwriter, producer, engineer, and actor who has already garnered an impressive 7.7 million career streams to date and over 1 million views on YouTube.
“Dreams”, written and produced by Josh, is a fun pop track with a chorus that makes you want to get up and dance despite the yearning and nostalgia that comes through in Josh’s lyricism.
Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Josh’s formal music education started at four years old with classical violin lessons. This quickly expanded to a love of singing and playing guitar, saxophone, drums, and piano, as well as a natural talent for DJing, songwriting, and music production. Josh has performed at some of Canada’s most iconic venues, including Toronto’s Budweiser Stage, the Scotiabank Center in Halifax, and Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.
Shot by Mark Gustov of Creation Station in Tofino, BC, the music video for “Dreams” provides a unique perspective on the upbeat song through dreamy visuals and subtle storytelling. You definitely enter a beautiful dream world and experience stunning views of the North American coastline as Bogert attempts to connect with a lost love.
“I had the most fun I’ve ever had shooting a music video with Dreams,” says Bogert. “It was basically a road trip to Tofino with my best friends, running around the beaches, and jumping in the ocean at freezing temperatures! It’s an experience I’ll never forget, especially because I have an incredible video to remember it by.”
''I had the chance to catch up with this talented singer/songwriter/producer Josh Bogert and he shared stories about the two loves in his life, music, and acting,'' says Kim Cyr, Editor in Chief for NOW and THEN Magazine, radio host, and host of the International Music's Journey Podcast. To check out my interview and learn some fun facts about Josh, click on the link below.
A collection of fresh takes on beloved classics alongside newly original compositions, the 13-song release marks the first time this prolific duo — married for 34 years — have recorded an entire album together.
In addition to enjoying hits and accolades all their own, the highly acclaimed singer/songwriters and producers have also penned songs for a teeming roster of A-list artists, including Rod Stewart, Diana Ross, Chicago, Olivia Newton-John, Heart, Reba McEntire, Joe Cocker, Bette Midler, Bonnie Raitt, Cher, Cyndi Lauper, and more.
While opportunities to collaborate with each other would often arise, the industry power couple decided early on to keep their careers largely separate. “We’d dip our toes in, and loved it,” Amy shares, “but never pursued it further; it meant one parent could always be at home with our two children. Our musical styles were distinct, and our marriage was happy — we wanted to keep it that way.”
Now, empty nesters, the pair found the idea of exploring where their voices and genres overlapped intriguing.
Thankfully, the dynamic duo has overcome earlier reluctance to make an album together. Their first duo record, He Sang She Sang is a superbly curated collection of songs that combines fresh takes on some beloved classics with new original compositions.
The covers include songs by Tom Petty (“Free Fallin’”), The Beach Boys (“God Only Knows”), Smokey Robinson (“Ooh Baby Baby”), Willie Nelson (“You Were Always On My Mind”), and Bonnie Raitt (“You”), all given vibrant new life here by being performed in a duets format by two masterful vocalists.
He Sang She Sang has been a long work in progress, with sessions that took place in Nashville and Toronto since 2014. Marc describes the song selection process this way: “We’d be driving in the car together and would just get an idea for a song. When we got home, we’d sing it, and if we liked the way that went, we’d put a session together and demo it. If it passed that test, we put it on the list.”
The results are an enchanting mix of Jordan’s smoky resonance plus Sky’s alto trading lines effortlessly before bringing their masterful vocals into perfect harmony. Add in the impeccable musical contributions of top session players in both cities, and an album of wide and timeless appeal is revealed.
''Kaiya Gamble is a force in the music industry with her soulful powerhouse voice and her incredible songwriting that is way beyond her years,'' says Kim Cyr, Editor in Chief for NOW and THEN Magazine, radio host, and host of the International Music's Journey Podcast. ''It's always a pleasure to catch up with this rising star and chat about her new music. Kaiya is an extraordinary singer/songwriter and her new single is incredible.
Kaiya is an actively philanthropic artist who regularly performs in support of charitable causes. At only 13 years old, she has already performed for thousands of people at over 40 high-profile events. Kaiya’s performance highlights include opening for Brett Kissel at the 2018 and 2019 #OMGP (Oh My Garden Party) in support of mental health, an event hosted by W. Brett Wilson, a former panelist on CBC’s television’s Dragons Den. Kaiya performed at Paul Brandt’s 2018 Prairie Rowdy Concert in support of the #NotInMyCity initiative, and with Brett Kissel at the #BrettBrettXmas 2018 and 2019 Christmas charity concerts in support of Veterans at the Jack Singer Concert Hall in Calgary. Most recently Kaiya was the headline event at Hayley Wickenheiser’s Wickfest 2019 in Calgary and Wickfest 2020 in BC. In 2019 Kaiya was honored with the Women of Inspiration Youth Excellence Award for her work in music and philanthropy.
To hear my interview with Kaiya Gamble, click on the link below.
The record is a masterpiece of songs meticulously put together to cultivate the merging of genres. The tracks are glued together by Ramsay’s definitive vocals as he unifies the stand-out elements of styles across the music.
Writing The Josh Ramsay Show was an opportunity for Ramsay to step outside of his comfort zone and dig deep, reflecting on his experiences of love and loss, and the confusion that can arise when the two coincide. Over the past two years, he’s experienced the pain of losing both his parents, along with the jubilation of getting married. All of those emotions come out in the songs “Miles And Miles” (featuring Ramsay’s sister Sara), “Spellbound” and “Like You Do”.
As with every project he takes on, Ramsay wanted to push his personal limitations and challenge himself as a songwriter, singer, player, and producer. In a true solo effort, Ramsay wrote, produced, and played all the instruments on the new album, with the exception of orchestral parts. Ramsay’s hands-on, experimental approach has always been a defining characteristic of his output as with Marianas Trench, and in his role as producer and songwriter for artists like Carly Rae Jepsen, whose worldwide hit, ‘Call Me Maybe’ garnered Ramsay a Grammy nomination and a SOCAN Award for “Most Performed Song" in SOCAN history.
Ramsay has toured with Marianas Trench extensively in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. When not on the move, the multi-instrumentalist runs his own recording studio, The Umbrella Factory, in Vancouver, BC.
Check out the interview below for the stories behind the lyrics of the songs on The Josh Ramsay Show.
Calgary singer-songwriter Kaiya Gamble is already making quite the name for herself in the Canadian music scene — and she's making it her mission to support charitable causes along the way.
Kaiya Gamble, who is an accomplished young singer-songwriter on track to become one of Canada’s emerging artists to watch. Kaiya released her sophomore single “I’m In It” on November 5th via all streaming platforms.
“I’m In It” is about falling in love for the very first time and showcases Kaiya’s vocal and emotional capability that is well beyond her years. It’s an upbeat track with a catchy melody, rich piano, and groovy percussion. The song was recorded at CCMA-nominated state-of-the-art recording facility, OCL Studios, and produced by JUNOaward-winning producers,Spencer Cheyne (Mackenzie Porter, Leaving Thomas, Jocelyn Alice) and JustinKudding (Brett Kissel). The song was co-written by award-winning country artist ANNIKA.
Following the single release, Kaiya brought to life KAIYA LIVE, a streaming concert conceptualized by Kaiya herself that works to raise awareness and donations for various organizations that are close to her heart including Wickfest, A Sound Life, and CINIM. The concert was filmed at Production World in Edmonton, AB, and will be available to view exclusively on Kaiya’s official YouTube channel.
Said Kaiya, “my parents are both frontline healthcare workers, so during the heat of the pandemic I had to watch them walk out the door each day to face the dangers ahead. It was quite stressful for me and my sister, and I can only imagine how it was for them! That’s when it hit me. I asked myself: How can I help, the best way I know how? That’s how KAIYA LIVE was created. This show has been almost a year in the making, and you wouldn’t believe how much work, joy, sweat, tears, laughter, and love have gone into this concert. I cannot wait for everyone to see it, and to raise awareness for three amazing organizations along the way - Wickfest, A Sound Life, and CINIM.”
Kaiya was joined by the band members of CCMA & JUNO award-winning country superstar, Brett Kissel (JustinKudding, Brendan Waters, Greg Williamson, and Brennan Wall). Viewers got the chance to see her perform “I’m In It,” her international award-winning single “Speak Out,” as well as many other uplifting songs. Kaiya hopes to deliver joy and sunshine to everyone who tunes in.
''Kaiya is an artist that doesn't come along very often and she continues to show us all why she is so well respected by her peers and her fans alike,'' says Kim Cyr, Editor in Chief for NOW and THEN Magazine, host of the International Music's Journey Podcast, and radio host on 91.3 FM. ''Kaiya is an emerging pop artist to watch. She is an undeniably talented artist that is full of emotion and heart. I am really excited for Kaiya and her future in the music industry. She continues to grow leaps and bounds constantly absorbing every bit of mentoring she has received. She gets right to work honing her craft and showcasing an evolving artist whose eyes are set on the next project. Kaiya has a very bright future and we are all very fortunate to watch this young artist's musical journey unfold for years to come.''
To hear my full interview with Pop Artist Kaiya, click on the link below.
At 18 years old, Molly Annellerelocated to Toronto and is armed with a mesmerizing voice that is well beyond her years and impossible to ignore. Thanks to a distinctive flair for bending language to fit the melody, the young musician is ready to take the world by storm — combining the essence of R&B jams, Bossa Nova bops, and Yé Yé girl pop that results in a tone all her own.
“This song was the product of one of the most fun writing sessions I've ever had. Parker Bossley, Louise Burns, and I were just goofing around, we always have such a great time when we're together. We wanted to write something that was lyrically and melodically sweet. This song dives into our wildest fantasies of being rich and lavish, backed by an instrumental heavily inspired by the glittery pop and R&B hits of the early 2000s,” said Molly of the track.''
Molly’s journey is one that began at the tender age of five when the Vancouver-based songstress penned her very first song — the uncannily entitled Obscure Bird. Four years later, at just nine years old, she was named Young Composer of the Year, writing four-part harmonies for the Vancouver Chamber Choir. Encouraged by family and teachers alike, the young musician found her voice in the kind of honest lyricism and devoted storytelling which has continued to set her apart.
It was also the kind of drive and ambition that happened to catch the attention of 604 Records’ Jonathan Simkin, resulting in Molly’s label debut, Winter Waves, a Christmas anthem that garnered almost 345,000 streams on Spotify alone.
''Molly Annelle has such a clear point of view in her artistry and she is such an amazing pop star,'' says Kim Cyr, Editor in Chief for NOW and THEN Magazine, host on 91.3 FM, and host of the International Music's Journey Podcast. ''Molly's voice has such character and so much heart. I love her voice and she brings such power to the lyrics she writes. It is rare to meet someone so young who can write songs with intention and she is such a great storyteller. What a bright future this singer-songwriter has in the music industry.'' To check out my interview with Molly, click on the link below.
''Theo Tams has come such a long way since I was on the set of Canadian Idol interviewing the contestants for season 6,'' says Kim Cyr, Editor in Chief for NOW and THEN Magazine, host of the International Music's Journey Podcast, and radio/host on 91.3 FM Bluewater Radio.'' ''I chat with Theo about 13 years of his musical journey, the industry after Idol hurdles that he has faced personally, over-coming those hurdles and his vulnerability to share his story, and his amazing new music that we cover for you to hear in this interview. You are going to really enjoy this one.''
''Tams knows how to navigate around lyrics in a song and his creative artistry in his songwriting is the best he has ever been. Tams has always been an artist who focused on the delivery of every note that he sings with precision and his classical training brings that kind of discipline. It is so nice to see this new raspy, soulful side of his voice in his new music this year. I absolutely love this new texture in his voice that brings so much warmth and richness that is straight magic in these new songs. I think we are just seeing the tip of what Theo Tams is capable of. I am really excited to see what the next few years are going to bring from this incredibly talented artist,'' says Cyr.
Award-winning Canadian singers and songwriters come together nationally for the Saying Goodbye concert held in honour of National Grief and Bereavement Day.
Hosted by Tara Shannon, talent performing includes Johnny Reid, Gregory Charles, John McDermott, Michelle Wright, Fred Penner, Jenn Grant, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Ray Legere, and many more.
Saying Goodbye is a national concert on November 14 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. EST with performers from across each province and territory, held in honour and awareness of National Grief and Bereavement Day on November 16, 2021. The national virtual live stream can be found at Sayinggoodbyeconcert.ca. Saying Goodbye is hosted by the National Arts Centre (NAC) and presented by the Canadian Hospice and Palliative Care Association (CHPCA) in partnership with all provincial palliative care associations across Canada.
Tickets to the concert are free, donations are appreciated. Proceeds will be shared between the CHPCA and the appropriate provincial palliative care association. The 2nd annual event will feature various Canadian artists from across each province and territory, including notable talents like Johnny Reid, Gregory Charles, John McDermott, Michelle Wright, Fred Penner, Shari Ulrich, Jenn Grant, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Ray Legere, Tara Shannon and many more.
Saying Goodbye will provide a time and place to grieve for loved ones lost during COVID-19 as the pandemic prevented many from engaging in the usual process of letting go. The goal is to help normalize the conversation around the dying process and recognize grief and bereavement as a natural response to loss.
“There is never a good time to lose a loved one. The Saying Goodbye concert has the potential to create really great awareness around grief and bereavement as we experienced it as never before during this difficult time of social isolation,” says Laurel Gillespie, CEO of the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association.
List of all talent performing
Johnny Reid, platinum-selling, multi Juno and CCMA winning recording artist Gregory Charles, recipient of the Order of Canada, Award-winning recording artist and musician John McDermott, Grammy-nominated artist Michelle Wright, Juno Award, Academy of Country Music Award-winning artist, and Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Fred Penner, four-time Juno Award-winning music performer Jenn Grant, three-time Juno nominee songwriter, and performer Carolyn Dawn Johnson, ACMA, AMA, and multiple Juno and CCMA Award-winning singer-songwriter Ray Legere, New Brunswick Country Music Hall Of Fame inductee and ECMA winning musician Shari Ulrich, Juno Award-winning artist Catherine MacLellan, Juno Award winner and 2021 East Coast Music Award winner for Songwriter of the Year Theo Tams, Canadian Radio Music Award and Gemini nominated singer/songwriter Don Amero, three-time Juno nominated artist and activist Eileen Laverty, Prairie Music Award-winning singer-songwriter Mikhail Laxton, singer-songwriter, contestant on Australia’s The Voice Jessica Pearson and East Wind, Folk Music Ontario Award recipient Yvan Petit, Franco-Ontarian singer-songwriter NARA, recording artist from the NWT The Swindlers, Montreal-based Celtic-Folk-Acoustic band Tara Shannon, Award-winning recording artist
Saying Goodbye Campaign
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there were very stringent restrictions on end-of-life visitations which resulted in many people not being able to say goodbye to their loved ones. In reaction to this, the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association (CHPCA) and the CHPCAChampion’s Council announced the launch of the “Saying Goodbye” campaign in the spring of 2020. This campaign called on health authorities to implement a more compassionate approach to end-of-life visitations across Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many people were also unable to have funerals or celebrations of life events during the period of social distancing and isolation, which can have a profound effect on the grieving process. Saying Goodbye acknowledges the grief of those who have lost a loved one and are experiencing grief, specifically those affected by loss during the quarantine period of the COVID-19 pandemic. The message also applies to anyone dealing with grief and bereavement.
About the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association (CHPCA)
The Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association (CHPCA) is the national voice for hospice palliative care in Canada. It is a bilingual, national and charitable non-profit association whose mission is the pursuit of excellence in care for persons approaching death so that the burdens of suffering, loneliness, and grief are lessened. CHPCA works in close partnership with other national organizations and will continue to move forward with the goal of ensuring that all Canadians, regardless of where they may live, have equal access to quality hospice palliative care services for themselves and their family.
CHPCA comprises over 3,000 associates, both individuals (professionals, caregivers, and volunteers) and hospice palliative care programs and services from every province and territory. CHPCA represents more than 580 hospice palliative care programs or services in Canada who employ tens-of-thousands of paid and volunteer staff working in-home care programs, nursing homes, free-standing hospices, long-term care centres, and hospitals. The voluntary Board of Directors is made up of representation from each of the 10 provincial hospice palliative care associations as well as five at-large positions chpca.ca.
As a Canadian vocalist, Carleigh Aikins appears on a great number of recordings and has toured the world as a live backing vocalist and band member for many acts. She now emerges with her debut solo record entitled JUNK JEWELRY.
On the album, Aikins worked with a number of contributors including Marcus Paquin, Don Kerr, Brad Barr, Drew Jurecka, and members of Patrick Watson, The Mynabirds, and Zeus with support from The Canada Council for the Arts.
Aikins is a member of the Toronto super-group Dwayne Gretzky. She’s formerly a member of Colorado-based band Paper Bird, whose self-titled record was produced by John Oates. Aikins’ voice is known for her work with Bahamas- on tour/recordings including the Certified Canadian Gold single Lost In The Light.
Carleigh’s appeared in the live line-up for Macy Gray, Royal Wood, Jack Johnson, Dan Mangan, Patrick Watson, Hannah Georgas, Donovan Woods, The Weather Station, Jeremie Albino, and with Jon Russel and Josiah Johnson of The Head and the Heart, among many others.
All of this has lead her to appear at Royal Albert Hall, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Ryman Auditorium, The Fillmore SF, L’Olympia Paris, Massey Hall, Rogers Centre, and Roy Thomson Hall (among countless other stages), with Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Robert Plant, Hall & Oates, The Rolling Stones, and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (to name a few). She’s also performed with Orchestras including the TSO, Niagara, Kitchener/Waterloo, and The Colorado Symphonies, and appeared on National Late Night television.
With syncs on shows such as Grey’s Anatomy and The Ranch, her voice can be heard on an extensive list of recordings, totaling over 150 million collective streams and counting.
As a Theatre Artist, she's been a leading lady, designer, stage manager, mentor, and education programmer - and everything in between.
Aikins recently returned to her secondary discipline as a Visual Artist; has been creating a body of works to be showcased in 2021/2022. Her whimsical paintings have been displayed as 50’x60’ public art in her hometown of Barrie ON, and in collector’s homes around the world.
''Aikins is a vocalist that has a style and vision that is very unique and her ability to be vulnerable and carry her voice in a way that is empowering to women and artists around the world, is really special. I don't even think Carleigh Aikins knows just how much she has contributed to Canadian music worldwide. She stands for something much more than her incredible vocal delivery in a song. She is a national treasure as far as I am concerned.''
To check out my full interview, click on the link below. Don't forget, you can check all the interviews with the artists your love on www.musicsjourney.com. You can also listen to all the podcast interviews on all streaming platforms under Music's Journey Podcast.
Toronto, ON – Canadian singer-songwriter, Terez, has announced the release of her brand-new, debut EP “Sad Girl Summer''.
Terez is a fiercely creative artist whose talent knows no boundaries. Still, in her early twenties, the Métis singer-songwriter is also a creative director, women’s rights and LGBTQ+ advocate, and ranks among the 2.1% of female music producers in the industry today. With nearly a lifetime of songwriting and performances under her belt, Terez has performed alongside Keith Urban, opened for Canadian artist Ria Mae, and was slated to perform alongside breakout Canadian artist RALPH in the spring of 2020. She has been commissioned to write songs for dozens of artists around the world, creative direct music videos and artist’s brands in Toronto and Calgary, and much more. With her ability to write and perform most genres of music, Terez’s own unique musical style blends pop and R&B with a punk edge and are complemented by her deep and meaningful lyrics and velvety yet powerful vocal tone.
Terez’s debut EP, “Sad Girl Summer” directly alludes to her love of contrast and dichotomy between melody and lyrics. “The ‘Sad Girl’ portion of the title is the deeper emotion within the EP, while the ‘Summer’ is the fun, uplifting, and at times light-hearted nature of the project.” Filled with lyrical and
Melodic contrasts, uplifting and relatable songs, “Sad Girl Summer” showcases the vast musical talents of an artistically mature multi-instrumentalist who bridges the gap between pop, R&B, and punk.
Following her participation in the SOCAN Equity X Production Mentorship Program aimed at narrowing the massive gap between male and female producers, Terez served as co-producer on six of the seven tracks on “Sad Girl Summer”. The program helped the artist obtain the technical skills needed to more easily craft the sounds she was aiming for on the project, followed by a mentorship with a Canadian producer who also collaborated on the EP, Kelland, to take her skill set to the next level.
The first single off of the EP, “Hot Mess”, is an ode to poking fun at oneself. The song turns a night of coincidences and mistakes into a fun, uplifting anthem designed to remind listeners to laugh off all the craziness and chaos of life and enjoy the moment. The song is complimented by a vibrant, imaginative, and colorful video that highlights Terez’s brilliantly creative eye in addition to her ear. From the full spectrum of emotions on the electro-pop stylings of “This City”, to the revengeful, cheeky lyrics of “Cake” and the vulnerability of “Lonely”, ”Sad Girl Summer” is filled with highly relatable lyrics, powerful, gripping melodies while touching on issues that many people face but find hard to discuss such as, self-love, mental health, the impact of social media, and acceptance.
The EP features the lead track, “Sad Girl” – a bubbly pop song that serves as an analogy for social media. With lyrics that directly contrast the melody, “the song seems happy and fun but if you dig into the lyrics you’ll see this person is not okay. That’s what this song is all about - you see it on social media every day”.
With a creative eye that is rarely seen in the industry today, Terez’s debut EP “Sad Girl Summer” seamlessly merges her creative, captivating melodies and relatable lyrics with her numerous other artistic talents, namely creative direction and music production. Staying true to her classic sound while showcasing her growth and discussing topics that are often hard to write about, Terez’s “Sad Girl Summer” showcases a young and talented artist with an understanding of music and the industry itself that can take most artists decades to cultivate.
“Sad Girl Summer” is available everywhere.
Everyone has secrets and unflattering truths; Terez aims to showcase her truth to make fans feel more accepting of their own. Her deeply vulnerable, and personal lyrics aim to make listeners feel related to and understood, while her pop melodies and dynamic vocals make you want to dance.
''MAK London has arrived and we are taking notice,'' says Kim Cyr, Editor in Chief for NOW and THEN Magazine and host for the International Music's Journey Podcast. ''MAK is the kind of artist that doesn't come along too often and if you haven't got her on your radar, you better start learning her name. I can tell you that she is one to watch but that would be an understatement. MAK London represents sheer power in her lyrics and her vision that comes to life in the music videos of her first two singles off her 10 song debut album set to release in Sept 2021. MAK drives home the message of empowerment with her hard hitting single ''EMPRESS'' and her new single ''Cut Ya Clean'' premiering today. Her vision is real in the haunting direct way that life can trap you in and that can twist you up so easily from within. The beauty and power in the lyrics of this song can really give you that feeling of setting yourself free from the bondages of life which is very empowering. The music videos are pieces of art. If you can't find your inner EMPRESS, with her debut single released on May 28th, than just watch the music video below to catch a glimpse of this mega talent.''
''MAK is brilliant with the intrigue and build up around this 10 song debut album. MAK's laser focus on the message she wants fans to hear is direct and very clear with the second single ''Cut Ya Clean'' which dives even deeper into life asking everyone to pay attention to your own inner truths, understanding your surroundings and the people in it. You have the power to change the things that are in your life and you can choose to rise up and believe in yourself. Love yourself enough to say, ''NO More,'' seeing the hard truth. ''Cut Ya Clean'' reminds you to find the power within and simply get it done. The noise can be drowning but recognizing the distractions and understanding that they are just that. Noise!!! The world doesn't dictate the way you live your life. You dictate your own story, not the people you have surrounded yourself with. Check out the new music video ''Cut Ya Clean'' premiering today.
''The hardest part about being an artist is being comfortable experimenting, taking risks and not being bound by your own “imposter syndrome”, inner negative thoughts and criticisms,'' says MAK London. ''I continue to fight these tightropes around me. Though the song tells a specific story, the message goes deeper.…Cut Ya Clean is about being bound, whichever way you slice it. I really enjoyed directing and producing this video and give major props to my director of photography @ryannorthcott for being able to capture my vision, give invaluable input and mentorship along the way and make the song come to life through film,'' says MAK.
''What a talent MAK London is! She knows how to write, produce, execute and deliver her artistry and music her way. Empowering, straight up KICKASS and crushing bullying in all forms in this life. You Just decide and see through the toxic noise in your own life and CRUSH IT! Own your power today, not tomorrow. RESPECT MAK London,'' says Kim Cyr.
Here is my interview with MAK...you are going to want to check it out! Click below for the full interview...