With the unique, unconventional sound that Jasmyn Burke helps create with Weaves, how could you expect anything less than an incredible curated set at NXNE?
From the moment they stepped on the stage with their rad outfits and glitter-speckled faces, brother and sister, Eyeda Sophia and Max Holio entranced the entire audience at The Baby G this past Monday with their complimentary performances. Eyeda Sophia is a truly authentic female rapper, with an amazing flow and a captivating stage performance. The fact that she’s also a spoken word poet translates to her music, as her lyricism is intelligent and well thought out. Her brother, Max Holio, echoes her perfectly with his smooth vocals and powerful wordplay. These two very different styles were intertwined together perfectly on stage for a beautifully dynamic show that ended with the help of some beatboxing from a close friend.
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Hi, I’m Chelsea, and I’m a writer and photographer based in Toronto, Ontario! I love all things music and have been writing about and taking pictures of concerts for five years. Concert photography is my favourite type of photography because you can capture some of the most raw moments of artists in the place they feel the most comfortable, no matter how big or small the show. As a music lover, I listen to any and all types of music, but my favourite has got to be indie rock.