It was a quiet show that night, but through rain or shine Roc Da Mic (RDM) still managed to put the spotlight on some homegrown talent at their open mic competition on Friday, May 4. Some of 2012’s hottest entertainers from Canada graced the stage along with the lovely R&B singer, Kim Davis, who was the featured artist of the night.
Even though Rock Da Mic has been missing in action for 2 years now, the open mic competition is now re-launching.
The evening had good music and good vibes. The headliner of the show, Kim Davis, performed some of her well-known hits like “Hush”, “Valentine 4 Life”, and “Sometimes”, which definitely had the crowd going.
The winner of the night was Toronto rap duo Hi- Calibur. They performed “Shot Caller Remix” off their mixtape, which drops next month, and “Rock n Rollin”, which will be on their upcoming album.
The show ended off with Canada’s got talent finalist, Scott Jackson, the beat boxer extraordinaire. Jackson showed off his beat boxing skills to the crowd. This was a perfect way to end off the night.
Overall, it was a very entertaining showcase with all kinds of different genres of music like R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, Reggae, and Soca . I have never been to a RDM showcase prior to this show, but I definitely would go back to one.
This showcase allows entertainers from all over Canada to perform and promote their talent. If you are a fan of good music, good vibes, and networking with Canadian talent, this is definitely the place for you to be.
For more details about the next show or for artist submissions you can visit the website at www.rocdamictoronto.com