NOW Magazine

Kara “The Ra11n” Jade

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Catalyst, the stage devoted to Indigenous musicians, has scaled back to two hours this year but we’re hyped to see Scarboroug­h-based Plains Cree/Métis Kara Jade (aka The Ra11n), who regularly collaborat­es with DJ Shub (formerly of A Tribe Called Red). Last year’s hiphouse single Come Over was highly Pride playlist-able (and Azealia Banks-indebted). Her recent single Decolonize­d is even more pointedly political. At Village Stage (Church and Wellesley). 3 pm-5pm. Free. pridetoron­to.com. June 22.

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