JUNO winner and Canadian reggae icon Elaine Shepherd’s voice is bold and her stature only exaggerates the beauty her soul speaks. How did they fit such a big sound into such a likkle gyal? Guaranteed to move ya!
About Elaine Shepherd
Lil’Bit’s performance during the 2009 JUNO Award’s earned the attention of Carrie Mullings (Rebel Vibez Records). She introduced her to the reggae scene in Toronto and the two worked together to build the music label and the movement. Recipient of the Most Promising New Artist Award at the RMAA’s was a milestone. It foreshadowed her JUNO win for Reggae Recording of the Year for her Single “Likkle but Mi Tallawah,” produced by Donovan “Danny Maestro” Lee on the “New Tek Riddim.” She also won the 2011 MMA Marijuana Music Award for Best Reggae/Dancehall Single “Sensimilla.”
Lil’Bit received two awards at the 2011 WCRMA’s for Best Female Vocalist and Single of The Year for “Lady in The Streets” and was nominated for Best Female Vocalist, Best Reggae Single and Artist of the Year at the 2011 RMAA’s. She was nominated for the 2013 JUNO Awards in the Best Reggae Recording category for her Album Move Ya.
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Dates & Times
9:30pm – 11pm
235 Queens Quay W.
Toronto, ON, M5J 2G8