CDN Movement this is an artist worth taking intrest in, following the success of his debut album ‘The Lover/Fighter Document LP‘, The Montreal native Jonathan Emile is back with the newest visual from the project, ‘Movement Music‘.
Directed and shot by King Richard, the video sees Jonathan explore and embrace two major segments of the 20th Century; a poignant reminder of the plight of the African diaspora in North America (through the Civil Rights movement until the present day) and the Cuban revolutionaries fighting to free their country from their oppressive government.
Focusing on the light and the dark sides of both himself and history, the juxtaposition of the modern day black man in America with the Latin American revolutionary in the basement make for a powerful statement. This is such an impressive concept that you rarely see in today music indusrty, True Canadian Movement we Salute!
Watch the video via YouTube below.
‘The Lover/Fighter Document LP‘ features guest appearances from the likes of Buckshot, Murs and Kendrick Lamar, with production courtesy of Aphyliated, Lo-Go, MIYEKOW and Jonathan himself.
CDN You can now purchase ‘The Lover/Fighter Document LP’ on iTunes and Bandcamp, and stream on Spotify. Trust me when I say it’s a Movement you should consider taking in.
CDN Movement we may have some new friends locating into our country if Donald Trump wins the American Presidential Election. Many Americans are seriously thinking about leaving their country if this play out in Trump’s favor.
Rob Calabrese sees this as an opportunity to solve Cape Breton Island’s population crisis, Calabrese works at 101.9 The Giant, a pop radio station on Cape Breton Island, a rocky outcrop at the northern tip of Nova Scotia. The island’s population was about 136,000 in 2011, but that number has been steadily plummeting, in part because the island’s steel mill closed a decade and a half ago. “Our population is aging, and it’s shrinking by about 1,000 people every year,” Calabrese tells Rolling Stone. “It’s projected to do that for the next 20 years unless it can get turned around.”
By his count, there were more than 2,000 inquiries in the first three days. “I’d say about 90 percent of them are genuine inquiries about making a life in Cape Breton, and a lot of them say regardless of who wins.” Most were anxious to escape Trump, but several, he says, feared a Hillary Clinton presidency.
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/meet-the-canadian-welcoming-americans-if-trump-wins-20160222#ixzz410BRfWyr
Backwoods Boss has just recently released a new product, The real red sandalwood (Canadian Proud Edition). The real red sandalwood and white chrome accents represent the red and white of the Canadian flag, and the rear side also features a signature Canadian maple leaf engraved. The movement is quartz for the most accurate time keeping and simplicity; no winding or needing to wear it every day to self-wind. It also features date keeping and a “cyclops eye” that magnifies the date tracker to make viewing it easy from afar.
There are a limited number of these being produced, pre-order now and secure your piece of Canadian history! A true Canadian Movement.
Link here for more information: http://www.backwoodsboss.com/#!product-page/cba4/cb089324-4953-5c25-ca12-d9153c9d352f
CDN Movement we’d like to introduce to you “STOP THE VIOLENCE – SPREAD THE LOVE” a brand geared towards being apart of the solution to stopping violence. Through events, presentations and clothing brand, it aims to stop violence by spreading the message that Violence is the Problem not the solution and Together WE CAN stop it.
Quentrel Provo also known as D’@vion is a Singer, Songwriter, Activist, Inspirational Speaker and founder of Stop the Violence from Preston (North/East), Nova Scotia. He’s also a graduate of Paralegal Studies from Maritime Business College. It was August 11th, 2012 that his life would change after the death of his cousin Kaylin Diggs who was killed in Halifax Bar district. The next few days after such a tragedy, he thought of a way to channel his hurt and anger into something positive by starting the Stop the Violence movement. It was weeks after the death of his cousin that he did the 1st Annual Stop the Violence Day march and has since held an Annual march every year since the tragedy. Through Stop the Violence he’s also does presentations throughout the province to on violence awareness as he tries to decrease violence through spreading the message to stand against it.
Some accomplishments through Stop the Violence: In May 2014 he was a speaker for Governor General of Canada Youth Roundtable by United Way as he had the honor to speak in front of his Excellency David Johnston. He also was chosen as 1 of 5 finalists by the Chronicle Herald for the 2014 Parade of lights to be the 2014 Parade Marshal. In December 2014, he was awarded the “Outstanding Student Community Award by CHAMA (Challenging AIDS & Malaria in Africa) Charity.
A true Canadian Movement and for that we SALUTE.
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CDN Movement Presents Jick Nordan’s first solo project of the year titled “High Hoser” – this 5 track tape will make you feel all kinds of emotions, with every beat and single giving you a different perspective of Jick. With him being in the shadows for the past little bit working on his craft, he’s back stronger than ever to let everyone know he didn’t go anywhere and he’s not planning on it anytime soon. The beast has awoken, Canadian roots – walk into the mind of a High Hoser.
Click the link below to hear his project.
CDN Movement this is something everyone should take the time to support! Canadian Urban Television was founded to create a hub for urban culture in Canada & sharing Canadian culture with the world.
Tare building CUT TV as an online community to promote Canadian Urban talent. This will be done through video programming, music recording and a Canadian promotional tour. Their goal is to target a broad cultural audience by showcasing the incredibly diverse talent that exists across Canada.
The videos will include original programming shot and directed by CUT TV as well as other programs containing urban content such as: concerts, reality shows, sports broadcasts, documentaries, drama series, sitcoms, and animation.
They will also release a full-length album featuring urban artists from across the country. A “CUT TV: Canadian Tour” will then be launched to promote some of Canada’s up & coming artists.
Please visit http://www.canadianurbantelevision.com/ for more intriguing information on this Movement, we promise you will not be disappointed.
CDN Movement THIS IS HUGE! Trailer Park Boys will now have their our liquor brand, selling out of the NLC’s manufacturing division which has a contract with Dartmouth Spirits Inc. to bottle the Trailer Park Boys’ Liquormen’s Ol’ Dirty Canadian Whisky in a St. John’s facility.
Currently, the whisky, which has been distilled and aged for three years, is on shelves just in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The name Liquormen is based on an old tale of a group of bandits who roamed the west stealing liquor, an NLC news release said.
True Canadian Movement!