Born and raised in Toronto, Sekii, of Nigerian and Trinidadian descent, is a DJ with a unique sound rooted in her cultural heritage. She explores the diversity of Black music, drawing from the African diaspora, blending genres and eras to create a fresh yet familiar experience. With a keen ear for hidden gems and lesser-known tracks, she keeps the energy high by incorporating unique edits of well-known tunes. Her sets celebrate the rich musical traditions of the African diaspora, showcasing their global influence, and she aims to evoke liberation and joy within people.
I began DJing during the pandemic as a way to express my creativity and explore new sounds. I was on a journey to find an artistic medium that suited me best, and as a music lover, DJing simply made sense.
I’ve been listening to a ton of Ghettotech, Baltimore club, and Quantum Amapiano music lately. Some particular artists who have caught my attention are DJ Swisha, OSSX, Leonce, HiTech, Fullbodydurag, Sizwe Nineteen, and Shaunmusiq.
My favourite thing about Union Station is the fact that I can shop and eat after my commute.
I was a ballerina for 8 years, and I also know how to play the viola.