Kasp - The Road to H.O.P.E
Abused and forgotten by the system, Indigenous Artist KASP beats all the odds and returns to his roots to help others.
Raised in East Vancouver by a heroin addict, alcoholic, drug-dealing father, Rob KASP Sawan found himself in and out of the foster care system. After struggling on his own, he found a passion for Hip-Hop music and used it to connect to his Indigenous roots, winning multiple awards. Kasp beat the odds and turned his story of survival into a banner of hope for others, especially Indigenous youth. Follow his story as he shares his heartbreak and experiences and shows how he channels it in into his music and Motivational Speaking and Workshops, teaching youth that you can overcome anything, that your story can impact others. With interviews from Award winning DJ/Producer Nacoma George; Youth worker and long-time friend, Monty Joseph; and ex-wife and avid supporter, Elaine Alec and more.
These are the people that have seen Kasp over the last 20 years and have witnessed his change as well as how he has impacted the lives and communities he has spoken/performed in.