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Committed to giving back to the Native community, IsKwé has focused on promoting positive change and education through facilitating youth workshops with a large focus on music and the arts, as well as supporting various native youth organizations, both in Canada and the USA. In 2008, she was invited to perform at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, CO, for the Native Nations Uniting for Change gala at the Denver Art Museum. In addition, she has performed at such events as Aboriginal Music Week in Winnipeg, MB, NAYA's fundraising gala at the Portland Art Museum, the Canadian Aboriginal Festival in Toronto, ON, the Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM and various music festivals.
Following her passion and traveling between Toronto, New York City, and Los Angeles, IsKwé has been able to immerse herself in the culture of music, working with award winning producers and crafting her unique sound.
Having just completed a US Tour with the infamous New York City collective FreakNasty, IsKwé is now focusing her energy on her next album project which features industry heavyweights. IsKwé is the future, and the future is looking bright!
August 18, 2012
Singer/songwriter IsKwé (pronounced Is-Kway) embraces our curatorial theme of Renewal projecting this with her words, wrapping her powerful voice around the lyrics that any femme fatal in their own right can instantly relate to. Hailing from Winnipeg, this eclectic trip-hop/soul singer and Canadian girl at heart, has been surrounded by creative inspiration her whole life.
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