SEPT 28 – OCT 1   |   Produced by Small World Music


Harmony Adesola, better known as “Harmz,” is a versatile and talented 23-year-old Canadian creative from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Specializing in hip-hop and pop, Harmz channels his life experiences into his music, which serves as his main form of self-expression. From a young age, he used music to channel his emotions, ultimately transforming his passion into a career.

Harmz has produced numerous captivating music videos and short documentaries, gaining significant attention on social media, particularly on his YouTube channel. His talent was first officially recognized when he won the TD Music Moves Me competition. Since then, he has performed across Canada as one of RBC’s inaugural First-Up artists and at events like the Grand Oasis Summer Series, Hopscotch, and Dalhousie University’s orientation week.

His debut album, “The Best is Yet to Come,” released on September 24th, 2021, was nominated for Music Nova Scotia’s Hip-Hop Recording of the Year for 2022. His recent EP, “Better Watch,” released on September 8th, 2023, includes features from Halifax legends Lindsay Misiner and Maje, and was nominated at the 2024 East Coast Music Awards for Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year.

In addition to music, Harmz is skilled in filmmaking and acting. His 2020 documentary “Youth Hip-Hop and Halifax” was featured in the Halifax Black Film Festival and the Montreal International Black Film Festival, and is available on CBC Gem. In 2023, he was nominated for an East Coast Music Award for Video Director of the Year.

Harmz also co-founded PRZM, a music collective promoting local artists like Mo Money Matteo, DSO, and Timothy Robot. PRZM fosters collaboration and positivity in the region’s arts scene, and hosts a podcast, “Behind the Sound.”

Harmz’s passion, talent, and determination make him a compelling artist. With a strong work ethic and growing fanbase, he is poised to become a powerful force in Canadian hip-hop and pop scenes.