As long as your motive is pure and you know what you’re in it for, you’re okay, says Michael J. Foxx, a Yonkers, New York native who is now based in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. And I’m participating because I like it. I consider it very seriously. I mean, I could ramble on about the music all day.
When Jack Mills emailed me the reference record, I could tell it was unique and that the typical artist wouldn’t be able to fill in the holes if they were given this kind of record.
The heat was also purchased by Jack Mills. When these artists were brought together by Calgary’s own, BOOM! The cherry on top was Sheena Bailie’s singing. With this recipe, Pop & Hip-Hop always has a winning combo, and nothing can go wrong.