About Us

after a night of salsa
It went down like this: Two relatively young sisters (Black, not blood) wanted to do something. They were both media types – one, a wannabe professional writer who didn’t write nearly enough; and the other, an all-around media genius who had yet to realize her full potential. Neither one had a clear vision of what her path would look like nor where it would lead, but their mutual love of music brought them here to Project Bassline.

Imani Monique

I'Mx2Imani Monique is a media specialist with a diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Seneca College. In addition to being a member of the Canadian Association of Black Journalists, Imani Monique has offered her services to a number of significant events advancing Canadian talent, such as Honey Jam and the Canadian Urban Music Awards.

The passionate music enthusiast is also a writer/researcher for OTA Live – a musical variety show on 93.5FM, Toronto’s only Urban music station.

She is currently seeking the dream job that will help finance the shopping spree she deserves.


Alison Isaac

alison-picAn accomplished writer, Alison Isaac has contributed to numerous publications across North America and the UK, including Sway, Urbanology, Jamrock and Sheeko magazines. You can peep her thoughtful and poetic reviews on an eclectic mix of artists ranging from Zaki Ibrahim to DJ A-Trak on Okayplayer.com.

Alison has earned a degree in Communications and Spanish and one in Education from York University, as well as a certificate in Magazine Publishing from Ryerson University. During the day she works for a community resource centre in one of Toronto’s “priority” neighbourhoods, in addition to helping The Remix Project develop and maintain international partnerships.

She wants a fly spot…downtown…Brooklyn, New York.


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