December 26, 2016
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#165 The Best Of The Imposter (So Far) pt.1
Featuring the best moments from Canadaland's new arts & culture show, hosted by Aliya Pabani.
Katie Jensen
Freelance Producer
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher

While Jesse is on vacation, here’s a compilation of The Imposter’s best bits to date:

Lido Pimienta is a singer, songwriter, and visual artist from Baranquilla, Colombia. Her highly-anticipated follow up album, La Papessa has been artfully remixed, and can be listened to here. @LidoPimienta

Geoff Siskind is a documentary filmmaker and Storage Wars Canada showrunner. @GeoffSiskind

Rap Master Maurice will revenge rap Jonathan Goldstein or any of your other enemies for $17. If you want a friendly rap, it’ll cost you more.

Esie Mensah is a dancer and choreographer who has worked with a range of recording artists including Janelle Monae, Nelly Furtado, Jully Black and Shawn Desman. She’s the director of The Black Stars; a coalition of afro-influenced dancers that mixes traditional with contemporary movement, and she teaches classes at City Dance Corps. Here’s Esie on Season 4 of So You Think You Can Dance. @EsieMensah


Music on this episode:

“La Capacidad (Kaleema Remix)” from Lido Pimienta‘s LA PAPESSA Remixes Volume 1. Listen to the album on Soundcloud.

“Mary Poppins’ Pockets” from New Fries’ album More. Find their music on Bandcamp.

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