GRUNGECAKE presents ‘UNCUT’ featuring Keysha Freshh (Toronto, CA)

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Keysha Freshh is a Hip-Hop recording artist from Toronto, who has been making music since she was fourteen-years-old. She is part of an all-female group called, The Sorority.

 


Keysha Freshh

Photos: Keysha Freshh’s Instagram



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think to interview about music (or any industry) is fun, but the humanity of it all is most interesting to me. I’ll also say it is a fortunate thing for people trust to you. It is also a blessing for people to feel comfortable enough to be vulnerable around you. Last night, Toronto emcee Keysha Freshh and I engaged in conversation. Our topics vary, but each is relatable. You shouldn’t have to be a musician from Toronto to connect with someone who is. I’ve never toured for music, but we have an understanding. During our conversation, you’ll learn about how we met. You’ll learn about the camaraderie in the Toronto arts and music scene. You’ll hear about the major artists who used to send us messages on social media with links to their music.

When Keysha Freshh isn’t writing rhymes or performing solo or with her group, The Sorority, she speaks on panels and enjoys travelling. Shockingly, the confident Guyanese-Canadian musician views herself as a passive-aggressive individual when it comes to her group, but with reason. Stating that she’s learning as she goes along, Keysha Freshh also shares responsible relationship advice and gives insight into toxic relationships and how to get out of them.

Also, from the time we met, Keysha Freshh released two projects called, “In Samadhi” and “Shoulda Been Done.” Her favourite book is “The Tao of Wu” by RZA, and her favourite lyric comes from Will Smith’s “Just the Two of Us.” The young artist is working on new music now. For your consideration, she has plenty of music dating back to 2009. Find it on her website through this link, or search her name on your favourite search engine.

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Stream my interview with one of Toronto’s most successful underground Hip-Hop acts now. She nominates Canadian actor Stephan James best known for his performance as Jesse Owens in 2016 film, “Race” to interview with me. And her question, to me, is one that I think many people have for me. Find out what it is.




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