Bonafide Entertainment

Bonafide Entertainment


Bonafide Entertainment is a Toronto based entertainment establishment dedicated to supporting Canadian talent through Management and Artist Development.


With a gift for entertaining, Felisha is a star in the making. With an image of a strong independent young woman, this dancer turned into a smooth urban R&B vocalist at the tender age of 16.
Bitten by the performing bug early on in life, Felisha first appeared on-stage at age 6. A native of Toronto, Felisha began participating in beauty pageants at age 9, also entering various talent shows winning several before even contemplating a career in modeling. To date Filisha is modeling for such clients as L’Oreal. As a child, she took acting and singing lessons, eventually performing in a number of local choirs, weddings and theatrical presentations. Felisha started making her splash in the entertainment world from dancing to singing and acting in several musical productions, where she has graced many stages including The National Ballet of Canada as the lead performer and successfully auditioned for The Lion King before family commitments took a toll. With an impressive list of collaborators, including Suni Clay, Kornerstone Productions and a vocal coach to name a few, Felisha has been working on the upcoming album. Felisha is a natural, a soon to be hot commodity in the music industry. The upcoming album emulates a funky soul, carefully crafted. A star will be born into the R&B world before she is even out of her teens.

Maxi Millian, a native Jamaican, began singing at the early age of 9.
His professional career began during performances with reggae greats like Sugar Minott and Sammy Dread.

Opportunity allowed him to leave Jamaica for London, England in 1982, where he was the opening performer for both Gregory Issacs and Aswad. He gained further experience and recognition as a lead vocalist with various bands at the Palladium for over 6 years.

In 1988 Maxi Millian left England to broaden his musical career in Canada. He and One Love band rocked audiences at Toronto venues like the Real Jerk Pit, House of David and the Cameron House. He also spent one year with the band Rockstone touring the Toronto based local clubs.

Maxi Millian’s name has become popular and renown in the music circles. Many great opportunities have opened up for him as his fame grew. He was a guest performer for Chester Miller at the Bamboo Club. The opening act for the Sattalites and Messanjah, performed along side musical greats Michael Prophet and Johnny Osborne, and with a variety of popular bands at the Spoon and Hilly’s Blues and Cues.

He was also involved in several benefit shows for upcoming Canadian artists with Selassie-I-Power.

His first recording debut was in 1993, when he wrote and releases 3 songs on the “One Love and Friends” album (Flipside Productions).

Always bringing the music to the people, Maxi recorded an album (Exit productions) that was released in early 1995.

Maxi Millian currently can be heard all over campus radio stations with his hit single “Forever Loving Jah” The title track to his upcoming re-mastered album due out early 2005.

Learn the name.

When it comes to describing rappers, I'm sure we've heard it all before. I'm the greatest, I have the hottest girls, my watch got bling, and when you hear their flow and production, they lack, the girls are fat, and the diamonds are forgazee (fake).

SUNI CLAY' for real. And if SUNI said it, than it's so.

From the beginning, SUNI has always been about truth. In this country, continental hustlers like SUNI CLAY are myths or just urban legends. His subtle and silent image, persona, and charisma reflect this the minute he enters the room and after going on a little "hiatus", SUNI is now back to permanently change the face of the hip-hop industry.

Since the release of his first video in 2002 "Throw It Up", SUNI CLAY has been keeping quiet while preparing for his new project "DON'T FAST FORWARD" and subsequently signing a record deal with KICK ASS RECORDS. SUNI' video for "Throw It Up" was directed by Rob Elsworthy and received play on MuchMusic.

SUNI CLAY' upcoming album, DON'T FAST FORWARD, is being produced by RUDE (formally 2Rude) and MARCUS KANE as well as other top notch producers and engineers and mastered at Metalworks by Richard Chycki. The album is currently being recorded in Toronto, Canada at Moonraker Studios and The Hive and will be released on the KICK ASS RECORDS label, which is distributed by D.E.P. Distribution. SUNI CLAY will be touring Canada extensively to promote DON'T FAST FORWARD in the spring/summer/fall of 2004.

The first single "MY HOOD" has guarantee hit written all over it. Produced by Marcus Kane this Hip-Hop Gangsta/Rock track will see major rotations in the basements of every hood to major urban and rock radio outlets across the globe.

SUNI' no fad. He's going to be here a long time so get use to the name.


MAXI MILLION - Forever Loving Jah

2005 Upcoming Releases