The Glorious Sons

With two consecutive #1 rock radio singles in the US and a string of 13-consecutive top-6 rock singles in Canada, The Glorious Sons have taken the rock and alternative world by storm in the last 5 years.

2018 JUNO Award Winners for their album Young Beauties and Fools, their new album A War On Everything was released in September 2019 via Black Box (World) and BMG (US/Australia)


Blanco Brown

The innovator of TrailerTrap, Blanco Brown is best known for his global smash single “The Git Up” which has over 2-billion social media video shares. Already having shared the stage with the likes of Post Malone, 50 Cent, Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown and more, his new album “Honeysuckle & Lightning Bugs” is out October 11th via Broken Bow Records.

Prior to his artist career, Bennie “The Ear” made a name for himself as a GRAMMY-nominated vocal producer for the likes of Fergie, Kane Brown, Chris Brown, Childish Gambino and more.



A multiple time JUNO Award and ECMA nominee and winner, Classified is one of Canada’s most decorated emcees and producers. With over 20 years in the game and over 15 albums under his belt, he is revered as a central figure in Canadian hip-hop.

His latest album Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change is out now via his own label imprint, Half Life Records.



JJ Wilde burst onto the scene in 2019 with the release of her debut EP Wilde Eyes, Steady Hands. Produced by Frederik Thaae (The Glorious Sons, Atlas Genius), the four-song teaser revealed a brash, raucous yet refined singer and songwriter injecting some much needed energy into the alternative-rock space.

2019 also saw her hitting the road alongside the likes of The Struts, The Glorious Sons, Incubus, Reignwolf and more. A new album is on tap for early 2020 via Black Box (Canada) and BMG (World).



Toronto-born and Whistler-raised, Willa is a multi-disciplinary artist. A songwriter, performer, actress and voice actor, she is a true renaissance woman. Her voice may be familiar from the animated series My Little Ponies, from her Criminals + Dreamers EP which garnered over 11M streams, or from the melodic tag “We Can Make More” at the end of every Rogers commercial.

Her next endeavour is the Deadbeats EP due out October 25th via Black Box (World). This collection of 6-songs is a crash course in vocal range and dynamic, primarily produced by Derek Hoffman.