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1. Intro 0:54
2. Everything 3:33
3. Creepin on tha low 4:13
4. Tha call 0:47
5. Why you cheatin? 4:30
6. What do I do? 4:46
7. Stormy Skit 0:26
8. Broken 3:14
9. Hottie 3:42 ( ft Benz "Sko-shun Tiez")
10. Break me off 4:16 ( ft Syco "Sko-shun Tiez")
11. Skit 0:06
12. A night alone 3:56
13. Amazing Grace 2:26

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copy written 2006. Homiez Productions
Music 287, Lacewood Dr, Unit 103
suite 294, Halifax, N.S. B3M 3Y7
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At 13, Shane C (Colley) found himself wowing a live CBC radio show audience at the Goul Theatre in Toronto. Today, Shane C singer and songwriter is part of an East Coast music revival of a unique combination of rhythm and blues and hip hop that is about to take Nova Scotia and the rest of Canada by storm. Shane C loves music in all of its genres and has been singing at home, in church and with his parents, who are members of Nova Scotia’s renown Mass Choir since he was a child. “It’s just a natural thing … people say I’m a natural,” he says, adding jokingly that “it seems the only thing I can do right.” His obvious talent earned him the “Up and Coming” award at the 2002 ANSMA awards show and a nomination at the 2003 ECMA’s and MIANS award show. Shane C opened for rapper Redman at the Halifax Forum in 2002 and at the 20th Anniversary Africville reunion. He’s also performed at the 2003/2004 Alexander Keith Natal Day Festival, the 2004/2006 Multicultural Festival, the 2004 IWK Children’s Telethon, the 2005/2006 Northern Lights Festival and 2005 Pub Fest.
And while Shane C’s roots are in gospel, (he’s performed many times at the Rebecca Cohen auditorium in Halifax, N.S. with the Nova Scotia Mass Choir) his latest commercial ventures have been singing and song/writing collaborations with several artists through Halifax’s own, Homiez Productions Music. “I first heard him sing at The Jubilee at the Halifax Metro Centre when he was about 13 and I knew I had to work him with my music management business,” says P-Nice, of Homiez Productions Music. P-Nice describes Shane C’s music as having an “old school sound” with a “new school flavor.” He sees the influences of a variety of different artists like Teddy Pendergrass, Luther Vandross and Smokey Robinson in his music, but recreated with a new reggae, hip hop, rhythm and blues fusion sounds. “I’ve seen young and old performers come and go, but Shane has just so much talent … it’s got to be my job to get him out there so he can be heard.” Homiez Productions Music will release Shane C’s first album in the summer of 2006.That album will feature all of Shane C’s own material with some collaborations. Shane incorporates a lot of his pain, heartache, outgoing and fun personality into his music. “Some of my songs are real-life stories, some are fun …songs just pop into my head and I have to write them down.” Shane C has a single on the commercially released cd “STR8 Up North” compilation that was released in 2002, along with Kaleb Simmonds & Sko-shun Tiez. Shane C has performed numerous times with rap group Sko-shun Tiez and rhythm and blues/pop singer Sarah and several others. He is also featured in the 2005 hip hop commercially released cd “Sko-shun Tiez-Those Who Like It.” “All the tracks are produced by Homiez Productions Music and its associates and are layered with Shane vocally.” Homiez Production’s artists perform at numerous events throughout Atlantic Canada and most shows are composed to showcase Shane C at most of them. “I really enjoy performing with other artists especially the Sko-shun Tiez.. Shane C has also had the opportunity to display his talents several times on ATV’s , Breakfast Television show. “He fits in well with the hip hop side of things … he likes to jump around the stage… and the audience responds well to his rhythm and blues crooning kind of thing,” says P-Nice. Homiez Productions is the first music production company to put together a collaboration of hip/hop and rhythm and blues in the Atlantic region.
“It really works for us,’” and the audiences seem to really respond to both genres of music. “It’s like a hip hop, R & B party.”

Locally, Shane C is well-known for his renditions of the National Anthem at the Halifax Moosehead games at the opening of festivals in our region.
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