WINNERS AND JUDGES
Student remixes are currently being judged by a panel of Amazon engineers, Amazon Music team members, computer scientists, academics, and music industry professionals.
Thank you to the hundreds of Amazon and UBC team members that are helping to narrow down our submissions to a set of finalists. The final 2022 student winners will be selected by the following final round judges:
Dr. Gage Averill
Provost & VP Academic pro tem & Professor of MusicView Dr. Averill's Website
Dr. Gage Averill is UBC’s Provost and Vice-President Academic, pro tem, UBC Vancouver. As Provost and Vice-President Academic pro tem, Dr. Averill provides leadership for the university’s academic strategy, budgetary and planning processes. The role includes overseeing UBC’s academic programs and support functions, faculty affa Read More...
ArtistView Dakota’s Website
Dakota Bear is a Saskatoon-born, Vancouver-based Indigenous hip-hop artist and activist. His melodic rhymes carry stories of Indigenous peoples across Canada leaving listeners enlightened, inspired and instant fans of his music and message. His performances range from audiences of 30,000 (Global Climate Strike with Greta Thunb Read More...
Curator in Residence, UBC Chan Centre & Host, CBC's ReclaimedView Jarrett’s Website
Jarrett Martineau is a leading voice in Indigenous media and cultural production. He has worked extensively at the intersections of music, art, media, technology, and social movements in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Berlin, and New York, and he holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Indigenous Governance from the University of Victoria. Read More...
Mixtape DJ and ArtistVisit Colossal Product on Audiomack
Colossal Product is a Bajan-Canadian mixtape DJ and artist with over 1 million streams online (Audiomack.com). He began releasing mixtapes in 2011 & has released 95+ since. Although known for his musical contributions as a dj, he is also an artist. His hobby and passion for music led him to collaborate with artists around the wo Read More...
ArtistView Jayli’s Website
Raised in a doomsday cult. Forged in the wild. Jayli Wolf lost everything and everyone for renouncing her childhood faith. That is when she discovered herself, began to heal through music, and started the work of reclaiming her Indigenous heritage. Jayli is an Anishinaabe/Cree artist, songwriter, actor, and filmmaker based out o Read More...
Spring 2022 Winners
See the winners and runners up from our Spring 2022 competition!See Spring 2022 Winners
Fall 2021 Winners
See all winners and runners up from 2021's competition.See Fall 2021 Winners