This compilation features Canadian women (and a few good men) hoping to equalize the imbalances in our multicultural society.
Belladonna’s unique beats are consistent with the various dimensions of soul and rugged funk delivered by each vocalist, such as Manik, OS12 and Skeena Reece, whose Where Would I Be is an introspective moment asking personal questions about self-evolution. Wabs lays the smackdown on irresponsible family values and the hardships faced by native North Americans in a raw, cathartic song, before Geo speeds up the lyricism to inspire heads to Rise Up.
Next, Eekwol and Mils’s double-time number speaks on the effects of karma, before The Zoo gates are unlocked. A sweet self-analysis anthem, switching up at the chorus into a singsong hook, Green TaRa’s intelligent expressions make this a standout track, for sure. I Could Just is one of the best beats here, with its magnetic vocal sample, crisp drums and soothing piano segments, with Hellnback weaving in between with astute observations about hiphop, the world, family and themselves.