Inuk Hiphop artist M.O. shares some wisdom with us – from his perspective on music to his experiences working with Kinnie Starr. He also shares with RPM.fm what equipment he works with, who his musical influences were growing up and some cultural knowledge from the land of the Inuk.
M.O. brings a pure distillation of hip-hop and the polar ice cap. Producing beats and using complex wordplay, M.O. “hopes to update southerner’s perceptions of Inuit life.” (Kate Porter, CBC Radio One)
In our third episode, we look up, way up, to the North Coast of Turtle Island. …read more »
Suzette Amaya is back with the CBC Ab-Originals Podcast this week with Suzette’s Hip-hop, Rap and Urban picks of the week. …read more »
We’re in the thick of festival season these days, though it’s yet to reach its peak, which means there’s lots of Indigenous gatherings, powwows and performances to check out. …read more »
Here is RPM’s Turtle Island-wide list of summer music festivals featuring Indigenous artists in their line-ups. The good news is there are many – you’ll be able get a dose of Indigenous music culture at a festival near you, wherever you live. …read more »
Inuk hip hop artist M.O.’s new album String Games – a collaboration with Geothermal MC – continues to explore the contemporary urban Inuit life that filled his first CD. He raps about issues that are close to him – identity, northern politics and, in this track featuring Kinnie Starr, suicide. …read more »
Iqaluit-born hip hop artist M.O. teams up with North Vancouver’s Geothermal MC to release “String Games”.
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