Since the mid-1990s, Choclair has been an indelible force within the Canadian hip-hop landscape, earning his place as one of the genre’s pioneering figures. Boasting an impressive array of accolades, including 4 Juno Awards, 5 MMVA’s, and multiple gold records, his influence extends far beyond his breakout debut album, “Ice Cold” in 1999. Choclair’s contributions have set the standard for Canadian hip-hop, with timeless tracks such as “Twenty One Years,” “What It Takes,” “Let’s Ride,” and “Rubbin’” solidifying his legacy.

Perhaps most notably, Choclair stands as one of the masterminds behind “Northern Touch,” a seminal track hailed as Canada’s Hip-Hop anthem. In 2018, alongside fellow artists Rascalz, Kardinal Offishall, Checkmate, and Thrust, he celebrated the 20-year anniversary of this iconic piece, underlining its significance in the annals of Canadian music history.

Throughout his illustrious career, Choclair has graced numerous renowned stages across North America, from the prestigious JUNOfest to the esteemed Toronto International Film Festival. His performances at venues like the House of Blues, CNE’s Beer Festival, and awards shows such as the Juno Awards and Much Music Awards have solidified his status as a consummate entertainer.

Beyond his musical prowess, Choclair has expanded his repertoire into acting and producing, while also imparting his industry knowledge to emerging talents. Currently, he is channeling his creative energies into his highly anticipated fifth album, poised to be the apex of his storied career. With his distinctively inventive style and profound lyrical content, Choclair continues to push boundaries and captivate audiences, reaffirming his status as one of hip-hop’s enduring luminaries.