History of our Music is an annual showcase which highlights the genres of musical eras illustrating the barriers and struggles that connects us as a global community
Our Annual Black History Month Showcase- “History of our Music” creates a fun space where participants can listen to entertainer’s, have access to black owned businesses, receive mentorship through workshops and activities designed for the day.


The History of African Music- Fairview Room 3
Sat Feb 7, 2015- 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – 60 mins-


The History of Our Music -Dawes Library

Tue Feb 17, 2015 – 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (60 mins)


The History of Our Music – Parliament Street Library- Community Room
Thu Feb 19, 2015- 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (60 mins)



AIM against Bullying is a unique presentation by a variety of artists such as singers, inspirational speakers, rappers, poets, instrumentalists, dancers, etc. The artists encourage students to start positive dialogue about their experiences with bullying through their craft. This showcase provides an interactive platform for parents, students and educators alike. We encourage your educational facility and organization to engage us to join us in this initiative.

For further information, please contact our faciltator directly at glen@aim2Impact.com


“How to be successful in the ever changing 21st century Music Industry?”
AIM 2 Impact will be launching four part series entitled AIM 2B MOGULS. This will be a series of forums/workshops for the aspiring mogul. Workshops will be led by industry leaders and will cover a multitude of topics such as:

  • Social Media Marketing for Musicians
  • Branding for Artists and Management Companies
  • Music Marketing Strategies for the Modern Mogul
  • Networking tips
  • Using Mobile Technology to Maximize Business Potential
  • Attendee’s will gain unparalleled access to some of the most influential and current professionals in the music industry.


    We started the AIM Music Showcase to provide up and coming African artists a platform on which to showcase their talents. By giving artists an opportunity to perform on a live stage we are providing them with experience that is critical to their growth and allowing them to work within a community in which they feel comfortable.

    Our first showcase, “The History of Our Music” was held at the Rivoli in Toronto, on February 28th, 2014.
    What has become popular in today’s pop-culture such as music, dance, fashion, movies and street art has usually started in the underprivileged urbanized areas of the world. Many young people are seldom heard due to the lack of support and opportunity to promote their talent. AIM2IMPACT is changing all of that with our showcases by giving young talented artists a powerful platform to perform in front of live audiences. In the last year, AIM2IMPACT has spearheaded several projects in launching our vision to the Canadian and world stage, including an official celebrity social media endorsement campaign.


    Our organization gives local youth the tools to influence positive change in their communities through the arts. With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, as marketing and multi-media consultants, we have forged lasting relationships with industry executives. Using our network we will provide an innovative environment to share knowledge, support, and develop up and coming talent. Programs offered will include:

    • Performing Live Lessons
    • Vocal Coaching
    • Dance Lessons
    • Theatre (Acting Lessons)
    • Modelling (Modelling Lessons)
    • Media Training
    • Artist Relations Training
    • Street Art (Graffiti, Air Brushing)
    • Programming/ Website design/Graphic design/Illustration
    • Music Production (with producers, beat makers, writers, engineers)
    • Video/TV/Movies Production
    • Photography
    • Image Consultation (Stylist, Life Coach)

    AIM 2 VOTE

    AIM 2 VOTE Campaign encourages the African Canadian population to take action within their communities by getting to the polls on October 19, for the Federal Election. We are voting for more arts focused education and job creation in the Arts & Culture sector. What are you voting for?


    This Festival will be a celebration of the best of Africa’s local, national and international popular music. The AfroBeats Music Festival scheduled to take place Summer 2016 is your liaison to everything African Music has to offer Toronto’s multicultural audience! It will bring to the forefront the cultural phenomenon that is AfroBeats! With over twenty (20) participating Afro Beats and Afro Pop DJ’s, dancers and musicians, audiences won’t be able to resist the energetic sounds of live AfroBeats music!


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