There's something brewing in the city of Toronto. An artistic revolution of sorts, championed and led by unapologetic artists like Sean Leon, who are taking their stories and turning them into projects and throwing them up on the big screen in the hopes of changing the experimental norm.

With the help of his Black Sheep Nirvana initiative, the Toronto creative delivered Life When You're The Movie - an audio-visual trip- in support of his forthcoming album I Think You've Gone Mad, which is set for release on February 5.

With his city out on a Monday night to support, we sent photographer Maggz Elizabeth to capture a little of Sean's vision. The rest you'll have to hear in Feb.

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