Inspired by the spirit and sound of Golden Era Hip-Hop, Tara "T-Rhyme" Campbell shines a spotlight on her life experiences through poetry and music. Pride in her Denesuline (Dene) and Northern Cree roots has served as motivation for her to become an artist that women and Indigenous youth can relate to. Aside from being a mother, wife and lyricist, she is also the artistic force behind her beaded jewelry line aptly named Beads, Rhymes & Life. In 2016, T-Rhyme released her first original project entitled Diary of a Mad Red Woman. The 5-track EP is a fierce introduction to her signature style and sound as she shares stories of her struggles and perseverance throughout her journey to success.

Regina Folk Festival 2018. Be there.