Sakay composed his first songs as a teenager. His songs in Atikamekw language plunge us into a world of humanity and spirituality where nature, men and traditions are one. The human connection between peoples is at the root of his work. It's through his music that he tells us his story and his personal journey over the past 20 years.
Sakay recorded his first music album in July 2006. He favors folk-rock style like his idol, Florent Vollant, for whom he has the greatest respect. He did some shows with him. An accomplished artist, his compositions are chosen by the theatrical world, the field of fine arts as well as documentary cinema. He also participated in some TV recordings.
Recipient of an artistic competition in 2000 at UQAC and in 2007 at the "Grands Prix Desjardins de la Culture de Lanaudière" event, Sakay also distinguished himself in 2008 as a guest artist at the closing show of the annual conference of Amnesty International on Aboriginal Rights and the 400th anniversary of Quebec City. In 2007, guest speaker by the Department of Sociology of CÉGEP Joliette, he produced and directed a show in Trois-Rivières at the Maquisart bringing together several Aboriginal artists. In 2011, in collaboration with Wapikoni Mobile, he directed two short films, including "Aci ni micta cikateriten - ", which won three prizes. This short film was also nominated at the International Film Festival of Toronto. He launched his second album on November 26, 2016. Since 2007, Sakay has to his credit more than a hundred shows.