Hailing from Quesnel in beautiful British Columbia from the TL-etinqox band #712 and is currently residing in the capital of Canada in Ottawa.. Aspects has been rocking and making music on his guitar for almost 20 years now. A true musician in all “Aspects”, he has worked with Grammy award-winners and played alongside Motown legends. Opened up at festivals with the Foo Fighters, Beck and Blue Rodeo and countless legends. He has made music with the Wu tang clan, Bone Thugs N Harmony, G-Unit, MOP & The Lox. Eminem’s team D12 rap about him in a song called "I Love Canada", and worked heavily with the Outlawz, an American hip hop group founded by Tupac Shakur. Playing blues/Soul/Hip-hop/jazz on the guitar he is one of the most rounded musicians you will ever see! He is also heavily involved in the community and Native activism and has won a few awards from the city.
In 2018 Snowgoons - Killaz Supreme ft Ghostface, Ill Bill, Aspects & Sick video was released that got half a million views. Appeared on TV for Rogers and CTV, and was also on lots of college radio and CBC. Played at multiple festivals from The Bluesfest, Jazzfest, Westfest and Megaphono alongside some of best musicians in the world and its curently in the works of creating EAST FEST in Ottawa. Works heavily with the city of Ottawa and did a dozen shows for the community and workshops. Released a few videos with his band like the uplifting country/folk song "Dreams Come True". Attends the Wabanoo Native Center every Monday for Culture Night and workshops. At the same time doing Music Videos and Art for numerous musicians.
Was Also featured on HELLNBACK's album F.O.E , an indigenous artist formerly from the group REZ OFFICIAL. Also Featured on David Strickland's album Fire Keepers on a song with Young Buck and Hussein Fatal. As well as being featured on Hussein Fatals last album Legendary Status. Hussein was from 2pacs group and died in a crash in 2015.
Hailing from Quesnel in beautiful British Columbia from the TL-etinqox band #712 and is currently residing in the capital of Canada in Ottawa