Anita Van Dinther, also known as Anita Jointz, is an upcoming Indigenous hip-hop artist who writes her own rhymes. She grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba and spent her summers in St. Laurent, MB. She graduated from the Business Analyst program at Red River College in 2020 with her focus on Management Principals. Anita is currently enrolled in the Project Management program at Red River College. She started Ohm Management in 2020, a music business management and consulting agency specializing in business analysis, business plans, grant writing and career development for underground Canadian hip-hop artists. Anita seeks to combine the street smarts of the hip hop/rap scene with the analytical approach and strategic planning skills necessary to navigate the mainstream music industry, focusing on artist independency. Anita believes that unity and community through music is how we win and aspires to help artists take their talent to a whole new frequency. She supports the BIPOC community and believes in equality.
The further Anita got into the music industry the more she realized the impact her words, skills and motivation have on others. She wants to speak up through music about her story. She wants to address what the repercussions really are living the hip-hop/rap lifestyle. Anita inspires to speak about what real struggle is like and speak on the issues no one else wants to address. She is real and will use her words wisely to set an example for others. With all her knowledge, support, resources and contacts her goal is to release her first single Face the Facts off an EP in the summer of 2021.