TORONTO, /CNW/ – On Tursday, Mary Brown’s Chicken, one of Canada’s fastest-growing restaurant chains, announced they will be joining forces with The Remix Project, a Canadian organization that offers professional arts training across multiple industries to talented young creatives, for the second installment of the coveted Tasty Mix program. Designed to amplify the stories and sounds of emerging Canadian DJs, the second iteration of the program will spotlight 10 DJs from The Remix Project’s alumni program and offer even more opportunities for exposure, funding and creative collaboration.
Following suit of the first installment, Tasty Mix 2.0 will culminate in a 10-part YouTube series, where each DJ will perform a recorded set. Every other Thursday at 7 p.m. EDT, a new set will be released on the Mary Brown’s Chicken YouTube Channel.
“The Remix Project and Mary Brown’s Chicken share a passion for uplifting local communities and making sure their voices are heard,” says Jeff Barlow, Chief Marketing Officer of MBI Brands. “When thinking about how we could evolve Tasty Mix into something even more meaningful for Canadian artists, The Remix Project was the perfect partner to help guide us.”
“We are grateful for organizations like Mary Brown’s Chicken, who provide opportunities and support for creatives in our communities,“ said Bryan Brock, Director of Strategic Partnerships at The Remix Project. “Their vision for Tasty Mix is an exciting opportunity for aspiring Canadian DJs who are looking to learn and grow.”
In support of the program, Mary Brown’s Chicken has proudly donated high-tech production equipment to The Remix Project studio.
The 10 DJs joining the second Tasty Mix cohort include: (in alphabetical order)
- DCR Milda
- DJ K-stylez
- DJ Money Jane
- DJ Natty B
- DJ OTR
- DJ Shannyn Hill
- DJ Terra
- DJ Twxll
- Just Jenneh
- Killa Kels
Tasty Mix launched in January 2023 as a 10-part YouTube series featuring DJs from all corners of Canada. Participants were invited to mix it up with the renowned DJ Charlie B at Cherry Beach Sound studio in Toronto, where the sessions were recorded and streamed on the Mary Brown’s Chicken YouTube channel. You can watch all 10 episodes now at youtube.com/@marybrownsofficial.
SOURCE Mary Brown”s Chicken