We aim to bring worlds together through music.
Give Me Life is an underground dance floor anthem. An incessant 4/4 beat drives the track as a deep house baseline syncopates the rhythm. Quanah drops knowledge in melodic hooks and takes us deeper into her world. Give Me Life will give you life.
I'm an experienced storyteller primarily at The National Film Board of Canada. I'm looking for challenging directing and composing projects.
As a female creator, I identify with Quanah on many levels. As one of Canada’s most infamous trans artists, she challenges stereotypes and breaks boundaries. Her visual, musical, and universal point of view resonates with me as a female artist. Her collaborators, Diana Boss, also share these philosophies and together we aim to break boundaries.
Give Me Life shines a light on the vibrant LGBTQ+ community in Vancouver and worldwide.
Drawing attention to local music producers, DJs and initiatives such as Groundwerk, Good Night Out, Vancouver Art and Leisure to name a few.
Showcasing and connecting with the endless talent from First Nations and Aboriginal. Quanah had a tradition Cree First Nations upbringing in Moberly Lake by her parents and grandparents.
Working with the asian arts community in Vancouver and abroad to reach different outlets such as the Vancouver Asian Film Festival.
Reaching out to our strong connections with the National Film Board, InFocus Film School and VFS for guidance, assistance, and inspiration.
Mimi Choi is a 31-year-old makeup artist from Vancouver, Canada who creates completely stunning hyperreal optical illusions.
Jojo Zolina is a Filipino Canadian born in the Philippines, raised in Victoria B.C. and pursued his dance career in Vancouver B.C. Jojo has continually trail-blazed a style and standard that has filtered itself into today’s mainstream dance world. With unstoppable artistry, Jojo has continued to constantly reinvent a technique that has quickly become coveted by several artists, including, Madonna, La Roux, Michael Buble, and Nelly Furtado.
Avante Garde and optical allusion makeup stylings from Mimi Choi who's been featured in magazines around the world.
Evan Clayton is a Vancouver fashion designer who strives to marry art and fashion in such a way as to create political, personal and artistic expression. A graduate from the Blanche MacDonald Fashion Design program, Evan is trained in the art of tailoring and is well versed in the fluidity of drapery.
Original wig designs by Katy Hairy.
Custom styled wigs and hair pieces by Vancouver stylist Katy Hairy.
Music video will be filmed on the streets on Vancouver, Canada.
Snap Boys is an all male dance company formed by Raymond Jordan Johnson-Brown and Jojo Zolina. SNAP Boys aim to redefine what is considered "feminine" and "masculine" in todays society and enable every individual to express themselves fully without fear of judgement. SNAP boys seek to offer the LGBT community a new entertainment experience that adds to the existing work of the community.
Playing live at 1181, Celebrities, XY and VAL as well as pursuing festival performances. We would pursue Pride Weekend celebrations from Vancouver to Toronto, hosting parties and events.
Doing interviews and playing live sets promoting Give Me Life on Dope Haus, Art of Beats, QueerFM, Y57, Late Night Savages and other local radio programs.
Campaigning on all social media platforms and engaging with supporters and collaborators. Using scheduled posts, targeted ads and live streams to reach a wider audience.
Reaching out to local publications such as Exclaim, Beatroute, Georgia Straight and The Westender for interviews and reviews. Promoting live shows and appearances as well as Give Me Life music video.
Connecting with local blogs such as Betty & Kora, Winnie Cooper and Future Classics as well as international promotion through Hearing Gold, Acid Stag, Lipstick Disco and others.
Capitalizing on media connections and getting Give Me Life placed in TV and Advertising. There are many film initiatives and projects in Vancouver that are inline with our vision.