Hosts Gregg Tilston and Karim Kanji welcome to the show STORRY.

CHIII: The Come Up is STORRY’s debut album and was released three weeks before the pandemic hit. CHIII: The Come Up is based on a chapter of STORRY’s life; a woman exiting the sex industry to enter the music industry, only to discover that both are equally misogynistic and problematic. The Deluxe edition marks her first time in a truly collaborative process with different artists/producers. Remixes include an old school R&B take on I Don’t Wanna Get High from Toronto’s Polaris Music Prize-nominated Junia-T, Toronto producer Jeia created a dancehall inspired remix of House & A Range, Roy Davis Jr. shares a drum and bass club-ready spin on Bow Down and London, UK’s Dustin Dooley produced the epic pop ballad anthem, Intimate Abuse

Other side notes and interesting facts about STORRY!

Studied opera at University of Toronto

Spent time growing up and studying in between Toronto and Montreal, and now divides time between Canada and London, UK

Multidisciplinary artist that creates oil paintings (primarily portraits), animation films Loves cooking plant-based foods

Has directed her own music videos including animating a Claymation called Up, which has been featured in numerous film festivals – read on here.

Certified yoga instructor.

Loves animals and chocolate – dark chocolate (72-85% to be precise!)

This episode also includes a special Performance of You Don’t Know Me. STORRY also shared a glimpse of her new album, Chapter 2: Run.

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