Since the debut of his first solo album “Call Me Evil” Evil has refused to slow down. After many years of successfully performing hundreds of show dates across Canada, the US and internationally, Evil’s hard work and dedication has clearly shown to paid off.
Aside from accumulating millions of audio and video streams on both Spotify and YouTube, the Canadian music industry has recognized Evil’s efforts with a Leo Award for “Best Music Video” and 5 Western Canadian “Best Hip Hop Album” Nominations in 4 years (2x in 2012 for The Birds & Zzbra).
Over the course of his career Evil has released three mixtapes (The Wanderer, Penguin & Kush Up’s with Merkules, a successful joint album, Zzbra, with Moka Only and 6 other critically acclaimed album releases Call Me Evil, Evil Eye, Widow’s Creek, The Birds, Howl and All That’s Left. Frequent production credits on Evil’s projects have included Saskatoon’s Factor Chandelier and Evil’s long time collaborator, Stuey Kubrick.
In March 2017 Evil will be releasing his latest 10 track studio album entitled “Cultus”. Evil is excited to share this new record with his fans from Canada and the rest of the world with dozens of show dates already confirmed for the promotion of this new release.
Fast forward to March, 2018 and Evil is set to release Bandit, the album he has been cooking up all year with some of Canada's top producers, Bandit is set to drop March 16, 2018.
As his career continues to soar to new heights, Evil is sharply focused on creating engaging hip-hop that the people want to hear.