"pain spread all over"
EverythingOShauN was born to immigrant parents of Nigerian and Jamaican decent, widely regarded as two of the most influential nations of the world. With Bob Marley and Fela Kuti being the music forefathers along with the influence of the Toronto sound, EverythingOShauN naturally brings a blend of melodic, bold and carefully thought out soundtracks. These sounds are pulled from his determination, his aspirations and deep reflection with the help of producer and brother, Xpress aka DJXP.
His debut project, Until Now premiered in March 2016 to positive acclaim from a growing global fanbase and was featured on several Spotify & Apple Music editorial playlists and storefronts. The follow up, Almost Everything dropped in August 2017 to an overwhelmingly positive response from fans and media alike for its cohesion and brevity. The album received features from notable publications such as Noisey, Complex, Now Toronto and Exclaim Magazine and was spotlighted on playlists with huge fan bases.
In November 2018, EverythingOShauN unveiled his third project, Everything Over Everything Else - culminating elements and styles from previous work all while continuing to please fans and media. While being featured on multiple official playlists, it also saw the release of the flawless visual accompanying one of the standouts songs, Lowry.
The following year saw the release of two singles. Most notably, EverythingOShauN would see his single, Load MGMT carried into The 2019 NBA Champions, The Raptors’ regular season games thanks to the team’s official DJ, 4Korners. It also remains a mainstay on the Made In Toronto show on Toronto’s top radio station, Flow 93.5.
After releasing tracks Come and See & Equestrian, EverythingOShauN is currently gearing up for his next record, Maybe It’s Nothing Maybe It’s Everything. This upcoming body of work is supported in part by the Ontario Arts Council and expected to see him go even more in depth and with deeper exploration of his roots.
Nothing is slowing down Everything in 2020.