Freestyle Focus Group bring new sounds to transit

Freestyle Focus Group bring new sounds to transit

Art Moves

Free Style Focus Group will be rapping and rhyming their way through the region this October as part of Art Moves. Professor Prawns and Count Snacky will be dropping sick beats while encouraging transit users to find their own flow during these free performances.

Who’s performing

Free Style Focus Group founding members Professor Prawns (Adrian Sinclair) and Count Snacky (Karlis Kalnins) are collaborating with local talent Chronfused, MC Workshop, B Dice, Arothenaught, and Missy D. This freestyle group bring their custom mobile sound system used on their infamous freestyle bike missions around East Van. Always developing their freestyle rap methodology, they host weekly invitational drop-in freestyle workshops in the studio or on the streets of Metro Vancouver.

Professor Prawns and Count Snacky use freestyle rap as a technique for mental liberation, free expression, and an opportunity to exist in the moment where true creativity and originality can flow, building self confidence and skills that help in all aspects of life.

Where to catch a performance

Freestyle Focus Group (Professor Prawns & Count Snacky) and friends (DJ and Spoken Word) will be performing at the following transit hubs throughout October:

  • Bridgeport Station bus loop
  • Waterfront Station
  • Londsdale Quay SeaBus Terminal
  • Surrey Central Station
  • Coquitlam Central Station

For a full listing of performance schedules and locations, visit, or RSVP to our Facebook events.

We’re committed to your experience

Art Moves’ program coincides with our Customer Experience Action Plan priorities aimed at creating a safer and more pleasant atmosphere across Metro Vancouver’s transit system.