Anodajay is the first Abitibi Témiscaminque’s rapper to have made his place on the provincial’s scene. Proud representative of his region and culture, the so called”wood rapper” has been able to prove that hip-hop is transcending the urban phenomenon. At his first album release, in 2003, called “Premier VII” (translated as “first set” in english), he’s founding the label “Les Disques 7ième ciel”. Engaged and regrouping, this label is a great local hip-hop defender and will reveal some of the most influent hiphop faces of the Quebec’s province: Samian, Koriass and Dramatik. In june 2006, Anodajay launches Septentrion, a second album saluted by the critics, that get upfront along with the “Francofolies de Montréal”, a francophone music festival, where he’s interpretating his adaptation of the great Quebec people’s classic “La bitt-à-tibi” that becomes “Le Beat à Ti-bi”. Echo of his concern and fidel to the reality of his home land, his texts are showing through an undeniable word’s passion.