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Oct. 28th Indigenous and distinctive hip-hop musician Joey Stylez shares video “Thru The Ceiling”

Cree hip hop musician Joey Stylez credits his success to family, faith and dedication. Joey Stylez overcame the difficulties that are typical of North American Indigenous youth and his story is an inspiration for many.
The new track, “Thru The Ceiling” is a powerful message that taught everyone who was involved with the project the immense obligation it is to communicate the right message through music. People will be able to feel the power of this drum as well as Indigenous culture can bring healing to hearts and souls through harmony.
It’s part of the Canada Council project (Indigenous Youth Sharing the Heart of Turtle Island) which includes an incredible soon-to-be released video that was shot on Saskatchewan in Saskatchewan and Haida Gwaii, BC. It is a story about Indigenous youth who overcome bullies. The breathtaking images show how drumming and Indigenous culture guide our young to a place of confidence in themselves.

“This single is near and dear to my heart as it tells a story about Indigenous youth overcoming adversity by using our culture,” Joey says. Joey. “You could say that I lived it.”