Episode #100: Maestro Fresh Wes

The Godfather of Canadian hip hop: Maestro Fresh Wes is a pioneering hip-hop recording artist. His debut album, Symphony in Effect, was the first album by a Black Canadian artist to be certified platinum. “Let Your Backbone Slide” is still one of the most successful and influential Canadian songs of all time. Photo Credit: Henry … Continue reading Episode #100: Maestro Fresh Wes

Episode #111: Casey Palmer

Casey Palmer is a Toronto-based Daddy Blogger. Palmer dropped by the Girth Radio studios to chat about Black History Month, Black Lives Matter, the Black Panther movie, Black culture, and so much more. Recorded live at Girth Radio. Music by Afraaz Mulji. Listen below: Girth Radio MixCloud  Apple Podcasts Google Play Music Stitcher  TuneIn Pocket Casts You can … Continue reading Episode #111: Casey Palmer


With the beginning of the new year many people make resolutions. The popular one’s are usually about doing better at something. And losing weight. I’m finished make resolutions. However, re-setting and setting some goals is what I like to do. Not always. But… Today, I’d like to share with you some of my goals for … Continue reading 2017

Review: coffee, beer and mosh pits

On Tuesday night I had the opportunity to visit the Toronto Reference Library and listen to Randy Bachman tell stories like no one else can. But that is for another blog post. Today’s post – and photos – is from an amazing collection of photos, videos and posters which exhibit Toronto’s diverse and eclectic music … Continue reading Review: coffee, beer and mosh pits