On this episode, I have the incredible and spontaneous opportunity to share some insightful and remarkable time with a truly remarkable individual and successful artist in her own right.
Hailing from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and having established herself as a bonafide Montrealer, Sarah Bernard, better known to her loving fans and stable following as The Salivation Army is a renown DJ & producer, who's undeniable skill and influential style have been making waves on the Montreal circuit as well as abroad for over a decade.
Harnessing her craft with military determination and always pushing her inspiration and creativity by way of blending musical influences the likes of dancehall, soca, kizomba, afropop, haitian ragga and so much more(reason why she just saves us time and calls it "BootyBass"), Sarah is indeed a one-woman army on a mission to keep those booties shaking.
Sarah is also a very close friend whom I've had the pleasure of collaborating with on many an occasion, and her infectious passion for her music and craft have humbled me every single time. I've even featured her on my website as an hommage to her awesome personality.
This is a truly candid conversation as it was spontaneous in every sense of the word so please do bear with us for issues such as audio etc...but, despite these few technical details, I can't begin to tell you what a thrill it was to share on Sarah's personal vision and insight on matters of personal truth, creativity, reading your audience, facing adversity and making the crowd go wild one awesome beat at a time.