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On the horizon of releasing her new album, Every Opposite, Zaki Ibrahim proves how aptly titled it is through our conversation. It began with a reflection upon the previous night’s Eclectica In Purple EP release party and concert, yet twisted and turned itself to bring out her perspective on growing up through the South African Apartheid and how that negative childhood experience has affected her character and music in a positive way. An old soul breaking new ground in Toronto’s hip hop scene, Ms. Ibrahim redefines perfection in her music with characteristic imperfections and true personality – which I sincerely applaud. Popular music in the last decade or so has seemingly lacked this attribute, and is one of the reasons I have given up on radio and cannot tell the difference from one tween tart to another. Zaki stands alone in style, sound and even appearance – her curls and the spaces in her teeth accentuate her beauty and personality.
Here is what she had to say, starting with how the EP release was a definite success based upon the energy of the people.
When we last spoke to Sing It Loud in September of 2007 they were just getting their feet wet. The Minneapolis quintuplet had just released a self-titled EP and had been a band for less than five months.
Oh kids these days, they grow up so fast.
Now they have new songs on the horizon (recorded with Josh Cain of Motion City Soundtrack), a wealth of touring experience, and oh yeah, they signed to Epitaph Records home of MCS, The Matches and Bad Religion.
With all of this happening in the few months since I last sat down with Kieren and Pat of Sing It Loud, I decided it was time to check back in.
Sing It Loud has put in thousands of miles of being sweaty in a van together over the past several months and it shows.
The room is packed; there are 50 (uncomfortable) chairs that were quickly commandeered but the clerks stopped counting at 100 when the crowds continued to flow into the second story of BookPeople, Austin’s funky, well-loved, independent bookstore. BookPeople rarely gets this SRO crowd – except for former presidents and celebs; book talks by the average author garner a handful these days. So who’s the big draw? Music journalist Rob Sheffield, author of the surprise New York Times bestseller Love Is A Mix Tape.
For a music-lover like me, this book is a no-brainer favorite. Of course I’d be into an intense and tragic love story told through mix tapes and music; it’s a music geek’s dream—love among the LPs. But as this large and diverse audience (and loads of great reviews) indicates, this book is not just for intense music lovers.
It’s a hot August evening and the amphitheater is packed. As I walk over to the side of the stage to meet My Chemical Romance’s tour manager, my mind is buzzing and my nerves are on edge. I meet MCR’s manager and he escorts me backstage to the bus. I walk up the steps and am greeted in the front lounge by Gerard Way. I shake his hand and murmur the usual pleasantries. He turns, grabs a brown paper bag from the seat next to him, and pulls out a small sword. My confusion must be obvious because he cracks a grin and says, “Isn’t this awesome?” “Uhm...yeah!” I reply, not knowing where this is going. “Our busdriver got it for me at a gas station or something...it’s pretty cool,” Way says, happily inspecting the sword once more before putting it back in the bag. Then, as if nothing had just happened, he politely asks me if he can eat his salad while we talk. My mind is still spinning as I nod my head, and I can’t help wondering...if this is just the introduction, what’s next? Welcome to the Black Parade, indeed.