Photo Credit: Rene Stakenborg
Toronto, ON based artist Alex St. Kitts is gearing up for the release of the highly anticipated Part. 2 of The Projektor. The EP is is part of a trilogy project, also marking Alex’s debut as a solo artist. No stranger to the music business, Alex has worked as an in-demand bassist playing all over the world with names such as Ed Sheeran, K-OS, Francesco Yates, SATE and many more. Music is also in Alex’s blood, his father George St. Kitts is a two time Juno nominated R&B/Soul artist, so its safe to say, this kid knows what he’s doing.
In support of the upcoming release of The Projektor, St. Kitts has just dropped a video for the single “Don’t Say Love” The video was shot entirely on cell phone cameras, and also uses legendary artist, All Runt’s colourful artwork as a beautiful backdrop. The vibe of the video is very artistic, and creative, focusing on the music and the simplicity of it all, a real testament to Alex as an artist. The vocals will also have you wondering what took so long for St. Kitts to take the spotlight for himself.
The Projektor EP Part 2 and 3 are being partly funded by the support of fans through a crowdfunding page launched earlier this month. With weeks still left in the campaign, it has already reached almost 50% of its goal. The campaign goes until May. 15th, 2017, so if you want to get involved and help support great Canadian talent and also get some awesome perks, click HERE for more info. You can also check out this video.
I’m Heather Young. I am 29 years old and from Calgary. I’m the mother of a 6 year old boy and I work with children as a developmental assistant. I have always had a passion for writing and music so working for Canadian Beats is right up my alley. I love every genre of music as long as it catches my attention, it’s on my playlist, from rap to country. When I’m not working or writing I love to spend time outside with my son playing games or going for walks.