Buddah Abusah is a rapper, songwriter and producer born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He delivers a style that represents all people who believe in peace, love and equality. And honestly, we need more of that in the world. I had a chance to catch up with Buddah and discuss the struggles in the music industry and steps he’s taking to get ahead.
Jayevan Foster is a young Hamiltonian making waves. He’s been featured in various publications and works hard to put Hamiltonians on the map. I had a chance to touch base with him and here’s what he has to say about his journey as an entrepreneur so far.
In 2016, I went on 3 out-of-the-country trips within 4 months.
Every single trip, people message me to ask if I am secretly rich. I wish the answer was yes.
Continue reading “Becoming a digital nomad”
Kelly and I met at a bug- eating party! That’s right, our mutual friend ordered chocolate covered crickets and an assortment of bugs to try! We stayed in touch and when she was about to embark on a solo-trip across Canada, we chatted about solo-travel, blogging, and taking risks! She’s an inspiration to us all and she is the definition of an ambitious adult!
What is your project?
The Saverina Scozzari Collective
What made you take the leap into your project?
I am passionate about all things entertainment and have been since I was 2 years-old. I decided that it was time to create a platform to connect with fellow entertainment news junkies, gym rats, coffee addicts and shopaholics.
Can you outline a basic timeline of how you got to where you are now?
I started a YouTube show back in 2011 called The Saverina Show where I interviewed dancers and choreographers (fun fact – I danced for 11 years). Then, I pitched the show idea to Cable 14 which led to hosting several other programs on their station including Teen Talk, Hammer Happenings, Hamilton Life Lites and What’s Happening Hamilton. At some point during that time I created saverinascozzari.com which is now The Saverina Scozzari Collective, my entertainment blog.
Anthony and I went to high school together. He’s a visionary, do-er and achiever. The Saleh’s were one of the only other ‘ethnic’ families in our high school, so naturally, we gravitated towards each other. I’ve seen Anthony’s evolution from a high school photography volunteer to a successful business owner and world traveler. He has an incredible work-ethic and manages to weave travel into his work seamlessly. It’s an honour to share some of his journey on my blog. Continue reading “Ambitious Adult: Anthony Saleh”