SouFy is an Ojibwe music artist, organizer and cultural worker rooted in Southwest Detroit (Waawiyaatanong). His family hails from Cape Croker and Sagamok First Nations. His music highlights the urban Native experience. Taking aim at the Flint water crisis, SouFy’s song, “Pay 2 Be Poisoned”, was featured on Democracy Now with Amy Goodman, CBC Canada, Indian Country Today Media Network, Native Trailblazers and cited in academic journals. He released his first official solo LP, “The Ogichidaa Project”, in 2017. In 2018, Soufy was nominated for Best New Artist at The Indigenous Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In 2020, SouFy along with his partner co-founded Michigan’s First Indigenous Music Festival called Vibes With The Tribes, which premiered as a virtual show. In 2021, the first live festival was successfully launched in Southwest Detroit. He is the artist manager and director of the festival. Currently he serves as the Native American community coordinator for the Detroit metro area, working for Miigwech Inc. an Anishinaabe operated non profit.