Mississauga’s own Paul Castro (professionally known as THE iDENTiTY CRiSiS) is an artist that stands in his own league. He is a singer, songwriter, rapper, multi-instrumentalist, and producer that prides himself on making unique, cutting edge entertainment.
Over the span of his career, he has created an evolving buffet of sound that mixes alt-rock, classic rock, alt-hip-hop, funk, house, dancehall, jazz, drum and bass, and various other influences. His unique blend has become the trademark sound that continues to win over new fans.
His captivating wordplay and dynamic showmanship have earned him opening slots for the likes of Stereos, Karl Wolf, Kitchie Nadal, Rob Base, Thousand Foot Krutch, the Junction, Grits, and Maestro Fresh Wes. He has also shared the stage with Shawn Desman and Danny Fernandes.
His versatility has lined up collaborations with many different artists including the RZA (Wu-Tang Clan), Tyler Connolly (Theory of a Deadman), Jeremy Larson (MuteMath), Ricky Tillo (Lady Gaga), Coffee Jones (Grits), the Durrani Brothers (Imran Khan), Justin Nozuka, and Grammy nominated songwriter/producer Randy Crawford (tobyMac).
He has released three solo albums: “Record of the Year” (2007), “Breakfast With a Psychopath” (2009) and most recently “I Hate the F Word” (2011) which are all available online at theidentitycrisis.com and iTunes.
Take the time to discover The iDC’s music. Artists this unique are few and far between.
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