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Elisapie Isaac

Based In: Montreal, QC

Elisapie Isaac, an Inuk singer, composer and filmmaker, was born of an Inuk mother and a Newfoundland father. She was adopted at birth by an Inuit family and was raised in the isolated community Salluit, Nunavik – the Great North. Her music is sometimes full of joy, sometimes lined with melancholy, at times pop, at times folk, at times sung poems from the North – it is Polar pop.

Artist: Elisapie Isaac

2017 Luminato Festival in Tkaronto Shines Light on Next Wave of Indigenous Music

The 2017 Luminato Festival, one of Toronto’s preeminent performing arts festivals, places spotlight on Indigenous music and culture.
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Aboriginal Pavilion to Host Epic 10-Day Indigenous Music and Arts Festival in Toronto

The 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games in Toronto will get a huge dose of Indigenous culture this summer, during the Aboriginal Pavilion’s inaugural arts and music festival.
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The 2014 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Award Nominees

Inez Jasper garnered the most nominations (five!) followed by Indian City and Shy-Anne (four each!) at the 2014 APCMA nominee announcement. With over 25 Indigenous artists nominated over all, this year is looking as exciting as ever …read more »

Top 16 Indigenous Music Videos 2011

‘Tis the season for looking back on the year, reflecting on the highs and lows, and seeing what moments stand out in our memories. Here at RPM, we’ve been thinking about our favourite moments in Indigenous music culture and this week we bring you our Top 16 Indigenous Music Videos of 2011. …read more »

2011 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards Performance Line-up Announced

The line-up for the 2011 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards has been released, and it features some amazing performers.
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APCMA 2011 Nominees – Aboriginal Female Entertainer of the Year

This week we take a look at the 2011 Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards nominees for Aboriginal Female Entertainer of the Year with an RPM YouTube playlist.
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