Our Music Family

Our Music Family


About Phurius Musik

Jordan is our: Team Leader, Brand Owner, Motivational Speaker, and Indigenous Hip Hop Artist that goes by the name of "Phurius Musik". Phurius was born in a small town located in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. His motivating factors are based on the environment around him. Politics, education, health, and the struggles of life are a few broad examples of what his music speaks about.
His first single in 2016, “For My Haters”, hit over 50 FM radio stations across the North American Continent, and a few more stations overseas! Phurius Musik is completely self-taught and self-made in every aspect of his art. He has successfully created his own platform for underground artists to promote themselves across the world! He’s also created his own music and clothing brand called the Circle Of Savages in 2018. The COS (pronounced 'cause') is where he strives to make a difference and spark the positive cause of change within our communities.

About JessUnique

     Jessica Weeseekase is a Musician that goes by the stagename, JessUnique. In her 30s, she is a single mother of four, and values her Family and Friends most in life. JessUnique has lived most of her life in a remote community located in Northwestern Saskatchewan. Music has always been her passion, as she knew her career started at the young age of 4. She grew up attending talent shows, and participated later on and won! She has also attended a few radio show interviews regarding her talents. Life hasn't always been so sweet to JessUnique as she also struggled with Trauma, Loss and Addiction in her past. Her life has been a roller coaster of unfortunate events and struggles, but yet, she always finds peace through music. Recovery is possible! All her life, she has dreamed of sharing her music with the world! Now, with the Circle Of Savages, She pursues her music in hopes that her music can heal those who listen and engage. She wants to show her youth that if she can do it, so can they.

About B.Rose

Before joining the Circle Of Savages in 2022, B.Rose was an Independent Indigenous Hip Hop Artist who produced his own music for 2 years! In those two years he has had his music played all over the world! Some countries his music has played are; Canada, United States of America, and United Kingdom. You can find his previous records on various platforms, such as; Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, Apple Music, etc. B.Rose is a very motivated young man and inspires to work with as many artists as he can in the Hip Hop Industry! Representing the 306, B.Rose is a Hip Hop Artist from Northwestern Saskatchewan. B.Rose tragically lost his best friend to suicide. His best friend always believed in B.Rose's music career, and that is what fires his passion for his music. He inspires to create music in memory of the people he lost and heal. He is all about building positive relationships with his community, and leads a positive lifestyle as best as he can for our youth. Being a teenaged youth himself, he dreams on doing big things for his community and his people. 🌹 

About Savage Metricist

Joey is a Canadian Hip Hop Artist that goes by the name Savage Metricist, which means, one who analyzes or writes in raw hip hop poetry. Savage Metricist was born in a small city in Central Saskatchewan. He is also the Founder & CEO of the Hip Hop group Koncrete Maniacs. 
Savage Metricist grew up tough. When he was just a young boy, he lost his Father and Uncle tragically to a double homicide in his home city. He dropped out of school and turned to drugs and alcohol. He went into a deep depression and used "partying" as a way to cope, but it never really cut it. The only real thing that helped him was music. He started off as a freestyle rapper between age 15-18. He started writing music when he was 19 and ever since he picked up a pencil, he has been doing great for himself. He has performed at over 100 shows across Saskatchewan and Alberta! He has also performed for huge venues that were sold out at the Saskatoon Event Centre! He has 7 years of performing experience, with that experience he opened up for big named artists such as; Xzibit, T.I, Maino, Rich Hommie Quan, YG, R.A the Rugged Man, Red man & Methodman, Machine Gun Kelly, Snak The ripper, Merkules & many more..


British Columbia

About Boxcar Nobody

Boxcar grew up a bit of a screw up.. he got kicked out of his mothers house at the ripe young age of 14. Not having a father figure or having proper guidance, he did the best he could trying to get by in life.

Fowarding to 16 years old. Feeling alone, as many youth do, he turned to drugs for comfort. Suffering through a series of failed relationships, it led him to work on himself and seek help to get sober through the power of music (hip-hop)

2 years later, he decided to venture off to Alberta to find his fortune. After trying his hand at many different lines of work, he found his love for metal and became a blacksmith and welder.

5 years later, after going a life of ups and downs, major twists and turns, Boxcar picked up the pen in a serious way. He came with a mission to help lost young kids avoid the same route through music. Boxcar spent close to 10 years in the Edmonton Hip Hop Scene, from the ages of 18 to 28. 
In that time met most of the city's heavy hitters.

 Recently joining C.O.S in May of 2019! Now in 2022, he is in beautiful British Columbia where he is ready to spread his message of awareness to lost youth everywhere!

About Skulastic

Skulastic is a Canadian rapper and producer, hailing from Vancouver, BC. She cites influences from the '90s such as Mos Def, Queen Latifah and Rakim. She's been playing shows and honing her craft in and around BC for 7 years now. 
Her vocal delivery is chilled out, confident and clear, landing somewhere between Fugees-era Lauryn Hill and Warren G's conversational style. There are even hints of G's west coast influence bleeding through in the production style of her beats: sampling R&B, blues jazz, and funk. As a trained classical piano player she also incorporates a lot of her own production into her beats. 
Skulastic's lyrical ability is impressive. Her words betray a wise head, and no ground is tread twice, daring you to listen on and see where she's going next. There is also a strong sense of connection forged between listener and artist the deeper you wade into Skulastic. 
I see and hear people, mostly my friends getting frustrated or happy with things and I think, yeah let me write a song about that. That we can all relate to because I am going through that or feeling that too” when asked where her song lyrics come from.
When it comes to connecting with the listener, Skulastic is in her element and streets ahead of even her collaborators. Skulastic makes music that you can get inside, and Skulastic proves to be involving and consistently interesting lyrically. We were left wanting more, but you can't help but be impressed by Skulastic's obvious talent and incisive mind. Skulastic herself is a self assured, confident woman realizing and thriving on her potential and we look forward to hearing where she goes from here.
Skulastic - Self Titled Debut Album - 2013
Beats By Skulastic Vol. 1 - 2014
Ups And Downs - Ep - 2014
Beats By Skulastic Vol. 2 - 2017
In the works - follow up full length album




About J.Otis

Jeremiah Otis, aka J.Otis, is from a remote community in Northern Ontario. He started working with Feathers of Hope a branch of the Ontario Child Advocate office in 2014 after attending the Youth Justice forum. J.Otis was a representative for the Mushkegowuk Region, speaking on behalf of youth regarding the issues they face. He eventually spoke at the Gladue Conference directly confronting policymakers on the validity of the Gladue System. J.Otis started working as a facilitator for several other forums working on music and storytelling development workshops. In 2017, J.Otis developed a peer-to-peer support network to aid the community dealing with the previous year’s Suicide crisis in Fort Albany. In 2016, Jeremiah formally started doing music under the name J.Otis, creating the first rap group mad squad, an indigenous youth rap group based out of Fort Albany, which met its unfortunate end in 2017, leaving J. Otis to start working seriously on his solo career. Later in 2018, J.Otis joined the Circle Of Savages family. This is where he first got a chance to promote his music, merchandise, and name, J.Otis, as a brand built from his Hip Hop roots. He still represents the COS as a brand ambassador, engineer and artist to this day. 
After moving to Toronto in 2019, Jeremiah formally developed the program “Healing through music” to aid children with their crisis through the power of music to give them a sense of community again. During this time, J.Otis started working in a larger capacity doing vocal engineering for himself and numerous artists. 
As an Artist, Vocal Engineer and Youth Advocate, J.Otis has been a pillar in his community, and has a large presence in the indigenous community as an established artist. J.Otis' musical roots come from listening to Tupac and Nas back in his childhood, which greatly influenced his earlier songs like “The Reasons”.
Now, Jeremiah is in his experimental phase showing the world what he’s capable of with his new tracks like “No Option” and “Hollywood”. 
After moving back to his hometown, J.Otis became a frontline community worker on the flood watch transitioning to the pandemic support team. In 2020, Jeremiah enrolled in Algonquin college’s music engineering and business program with the ambitions of taking his recording company to 67 records worldwide.
Currently, Jeremiah is hustling hard to build the foundation of 67 Records and an A-list Team of marketers, engineers, and artists.