March 26, 2021 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

The Universal Connection People and Youth Through Music, Presented by Stallone Quequish and Harry Mack

Join Stallone and Mack as they kick off our closing ceremonies with some thoughts on how music connects us all, and provide a short live performance based on words from the audience.

The closing ceremony will include remarks and a prayer from Elder Marlene Pierre, and special moments from this weeks’ recorded sessions will also be featured.

On the Performers

 

Stallone Quequish
Stallone Quequish, The Sunsetting Kidd is a Rap Artist, Performer & Producer. A First Nation descendant of the Crane Tribe of the Oji-Cree Nation. He hails from the northern lands of Ontario, Canada. A small town musician with a huge drive to make an impact in todays music scene. From his home in Sioux Lookout, he writes, records, and produces each song with passion and great love for the art of Hip Hop. Since the age of the 15 years old, He is no stranger to a stage, crowd or showcase. Coming from a family with great musical talent, Sun brings his own unique, energetic, passionate, and real life stories in every project he creates. He remains focused and determined to bring his presence to a world wide audience whether it be on a underground, commercial or mainstream level.

 

 


Harry Mack

Multi-talented artist and rapper Harry Mack is best known for his unique, jaw-dropping visual freestyle rapping. He first came to fame when his Venice Beach Freestyle went viral, which propelled him to opportunities alongside the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Ellen DeGeneres, Complex Music and RedBull Music.

In 2018, Harry starred in a TV commercial campaign for Mitsubishi across North America. In this “Freestyle Test Drive” commercial, Harry is seen rapping for unsuspecting customers who happen to stop by the dealership to test drive the Eclipse Cross model.

As a content creator, his self-produced YouTube series “Guerrilla Bars” has amassed millions of views. With 16 episodes released between September 2019 to July 2020, Harry has surprised, impacted, and entertained millions of people, leaving them with something unique that they can’t wait to share with others. His weekly live streams further promote positivity and keep fans engaged through mind-blowing interactive performances.

Harry’s background in jazz drumming is a reflection of his life-long fascination with improvisational music. His unique approach to hip-hop revolves around the spirit of rhythmic improv. Blending the excitement of instrumental jazz improvisation with the impactful messages of hip-hop lyricism, Harry constantly strives to push the boundaries of his own abilities, while reaching for new approaches to rap expression.



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