Playing tracks by
Shal Marshall, Problem Child, Nailah Blackman, Lyrikal, Ultimate Rejects and more.
One of the hardest working DJs in Toronto for over 25 years, Black Cat basically doesn’t sleep. He’s been featured in every newspaper, he’s outlasted every queer publication Toronto has seen and he’s one of the reasons we have a place to party during Caribana weekend every year.
“The funky dread” got his start working at El Convento Rico and thanks to his passion and experience in every queer bar and club in the city he knows his way around pretty much every genre and dancefloor. The Toronto native is of Jamaican descent can effortlessly weave a web of dancehall, hip hop, R&B, dance, soca and his first love, house music.
Along with spinning for College Night Wednesdays, Big Primpin, Birthday Sex (RIP), Yes Yes Y`all, Chopped and the newly created Ovah with Mark Ché of the RUDE collective, Blackcat is a fixture in the ballroom scene and has his own regular monthly party called Go Hard (happening Blockobana on Sunday August 5th at Club 120.)