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About Me

Nathan Baya is an artist, songwriter and performer born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Baya’s parents immigrated to Canada from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

 

His cultural heritage has influenced his musical sound and through his electrifying energy, he has performed on over 100 stages including Toronto Pearson International Airport, Maple Leaf Sports Entertainment, Toronto Raptors, Afrofest, Toronto Black Film Festival, Afro Carib Festival, Vibe Arts Festival, Active Ontario Festival, Brussels Summer Festival in Paris, Unity Hip Hop Charity Festival, Royal Ontario Museum, Nuit Blanche, Youth Day Toronto, Canadian Music Week, The Art Gallery Of York University, Toronto Metropolitan University, University Of Toronto St George, University Of Toronto Scarborough, Rise Edutainment, Toronto Biennial of Art, etc.

Additionally, Baya was the opening act for Koffee at the 2020 Manifesto Festival. In the same year, Baya was chosen to open for the Prime Minister of Canada at the National Black Conference in Ottawa. All of Nathan music is available on every streaming platform. This include songs like 24, Mi Amor and Wavy just to name a few.

Beyond his artistic talents, Nathan has been featured in a number of mainstream outlets including CP24, CBC Metro Radio, CBC Toronto News, Toronto Star, Now Toronto, The Fader, Toronto Caribbean News, City News, The Brandon Gonez Show, Ici Radio Canada, Vibe 105.5 FM, The Masterplan Show On CIUT 89.5 FM and G98.7FM 

"Hardest Working man
in the city.
Book him asap folks."
"Hardworking and amazing talent. Definitely somebody that all artists can work from."

JUNAID THE DJ

Official DJ for the Toronto Argos

Unity Charity

HipHop National Charity Organization 

"Nathan is an amazing artist that always captivates the entire crowd with his energy, no matter the setting. Over the past 5 years, we have been honoured to share countless stages, performing and it has always been a party!"

CFLAVA, Afro Caribbean Dance Group

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