Collective Music Nation (CMN) is a national non-profit organization that unifies, amplifies and advocates for the needs of the Canadian (culturally/historically Black) music community.

Through resources sharing, advocacy work, community and network building, artist and professional development, and platforms and events that recognize excellence, CMN seeks to strengthen and promote culturally Black musical genres, industries, and artists, that have been historically underserved and underrepresented in the Canadian environment. Specifically, CMN’s activities can be organized into three categories:

Community and Network Building: Through a national Membership association comprised of regional Chapters, CMN provides opportunities for artists, organizations and Collective (Urban) industry professionals to:

Recognition and Advocacy: Through its annual CMN Live Music Awards Ceremony and Collective (Urban) Music Hall of Fame, as well as its ongoing advocacy efforts, CMN invests in:

Artist Development and Funding Support: Through its SIX Elements training program, and Music Development Fund, CMN supports the development of artists from culturally/historically Black genres (Gospel, Reggae, R&B, Hip Hop, Jazz, Soul, Dancehall, Soca and more) by:
Providing ongoing professional and creative mentorship and training programs to entry-level and emerging artists that is genre-relevant, and culturally responsive to the realities and histories of the Collective (urban) Music industry

Collective Music, One Voice, Strength in Unity

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