Photo Credit: Neil Nofuente
2017 has been a big year for Mississauga recording artist THE iDENTiTY CRiSiS (real name Paul Castro). In January, the singer/MC/producer/songwriter released “A Dark Light Vol. 1”, (http://apple.co/2iQtUbz) a duet EP with Grammy winning songwriter King George. In the summer, he produced and co-wrote Mississauga’s official Canada 150 anthem “We are the North” (http://bit.ly/2hwHfqQ) alongside fellow Mississauga artists Matt Zaddy, Arlene Paculan, and Heather Christine. In the fall, he was fortunate to win the inaugural Mississauga Music Award in the Best Pop category. Rounding out the year, Castro will celebrate the 10th anniversary of his breakout debut solo album “Record of the Year” with a commemorative deluxe edition (containing the original album along with brand new remixes).
The album is a favourite with his fanbase, as it features a mishmash of sounds. With sprinklings of indie-rock, alternative hip-hop and electronic dance music, it is marinated in cheeky humour, with a light dash of introspective musing.
The album drops on November 16th at theidentitycrisis.com, as well as all digital platforms. A portion of the profits for November sales will go to benefit the Mississauga Food Bank.
For more information visit: theidentitycrisis.com
Mississauga Music MIXTAPE: Volume 2
Mississauga Music Mixtape: Volume 1
Released August 2016