Sejal grew up in Surrey in a confusing diasporic whirlwind of classical Indian dance classes, classical Western violin lessons, and grew up listening to 90’s R&B on these unceded Coast Salish Territories. Sejal’s learning about her place here on these territories, as a settler, and a young woman of colour, is where she gets her drive to talk about identities, justice, goodness – and music is her outlet. Sejal is a member of the hip-hop/R&B duo Laydy Jams and works to promote social justice among youth, and provide radical joy for other people of colour and marginalized communities through music.