Join us for a live musical performance by Samian, the first rapper to express himself in French and Algonquin.
Originally from Pikogan, a small aboriginal community in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Samian has conquered by proudly wearing his colors; those of an entire people, for whom he claims respect and recognition. Discovered in 2004 thanks to the Wapikoni Mobile project, he has since released 3 albums, one of which, Face à la musique (2011), won a Felix at the ADISQ gala for hip-hop album of the year. He has performed across Canada and in more than a dozen countries around the world.
The show will be broadcasted live on YouTube Live, click on the green button to join us.
In French only
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