It always seems impossible until it's done.

HARMZ is a Nova Scotian rapper, singer, actor, and filmmaker with a notable background of achievements in the local scene.

He began his journey in media with his YouTube channel, which he started uploading to while he still lived in Nigeria. After moving around for many of his middle school days, he began making music with friends and created the hit song "So Hype" with producer A-Thurst. Once the song blew up around his community, he decided to keep trying to make entertaining music, since people were enjoying what he was creating.

HARMZ then went on to earn accolades such as winning the TD Music Moves Me contest, being picked as one of five filmmakers to create a documentary on Being Black in Halifax with the Halifax Black Film Festival, having that documentary take him to Quebec for the Montreal Black Film Festival, and earning himself prominent placements in pop-up shows all around Halifax.

The premiere PRZM-exclusive release, "The Best is Yet to Come", released to the world on September 24th, 2021. The project features some of his most ambitious work, including the October 4th-15th We Out Here feature track on Virgin Radio 101.3 "Most Days", the 2020 hit, "Same Movie, Different Cinema" featuring Shanii22, featured on CBC's Information Morning with Portia Clark, and "This Moment" featuring ECMA-nominated artist aRENYE and Halifax vocalist Lyris Daye, featured on CBC's East Coast Music Hour with Bill Roach. The album has also been nominated for Music Nova Scotia's Hip-Hop Recording of the Year for 2022.

Riding the success of his latest commercial album, HARMZ continues the hot streak with his new single, "Hold Me Down", featuring TikTok content creator Max Emerson Taylor and accompanied by a music video with a large-scale production thanks to Komodo Dragon Productions and the Light House Arts Centre.