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ARMOURY a singer, songwriter born in Toronto and raised in Malton, Mississauga by Jamaican parents. At the age of 7 she started writing songs and as she matured, learned the power of her words through her pen. Growing up in a musically-influenced home, she would listen to her father, a professional DJ spin hit records on a nightly basis. Armoury’s original song “From The 6ix” (March 2016) was featured on CBC Toronto (formerly known as Britney Davis) where she beat out nearly 300 artists and won Toronto's “Song In The 6ix’ anthem competition”.She took home a grand prize of $10,000 and made major waves around the GTA.

Armoury is ready to inspire others through speaking her truth and motivating others to go for their dreams even when it seems impossible. Now, Armoury is currently signed to Koze Music Publishing in Los Angeles, California creating music for sync (TV/Film), writing songs for other music artists and making music for her personal catalogue to be released to the world. Her biggest musical influences are Otis Redding, Ne-yo, Alicia Keys, Selena Quintanilla, Bruno Mars, Amy Winehouse, Marley and Michael Jackson.



Moses Revolution was conceived in 2001 and has been a major player in the Caribbean diaspora; we have toured extensively with Calypso Rose and The Mighty Sparrow throughout Canada doing several festivals; have participated in Caribana every year and have appeared at Island Soul at the Harbourfront on several occasions; we have performed live on CBC radio and also played most major venues in Toronto; we have produced 2 CD'S which has been played on several stations including CBC; 2017 released a song called Thank You in commemoration of Canada's 150th Bday with several local artistes; have also worked with legendary Hall of Fame Percy Sledge; in 2014 had the pleasure of taking Calypso music to the Yukon and Dawson City; a first for Caribbean music;

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