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Mob Bounce

Based In: Vancouver, BC

Mob Bounce is a Native Hip Hop group based in Vancouver, BC. The Duo, Heebz The Earthchild and Craigy Craig grew up in the vibrant Bulkey Valley region in Northern BC. Throughout their years of exploration within art, music, theater and design amongst various other creative mediums, these two young and talented individuals have teamed up to create Mob Bounce. They have crafted their music with cultural and spiritual influences from their varied backgrounds and have given a new voice and sound towards awareness and empowerment of their generation. They both love the idea of creative twists and diverse sound and will continue to push the limits while still staying true to their cultural identity. With love and respect for the Hip Hop culture and music Mob Bounce has mapped the opportunity to speak their own stories and views through their unique musical interpretation.

Mob Bounce Join RPM Records, Release “Vision Quest” Single with Boogey the Beat, and Perform for Gord Downie’s ‘Secret Path’

Northwest coast Indigenous hip-hop duo Mob Bounce are the latest artists to join the RPM Records family. Today they release their new single, “Vision Quest”, with Boogey the Beat, and get ready to take the stage at Gord Downie’s Secret Path afterparty.   …read more »

RPM Live: Indigenous Music Series Launches with Mob Bounce and DJ NDN in Toronto

Revolutions Per Minute is proud to announce RPM Live, our new Indigenous music performance series, that will be presented monthly from August to November 2016 in Toronto.  …read more »

Mob Bounce Reclaim Identity, Share Influence and Bring Healing in “Mob Medicine” Doc

Last month woke hip-hop duo Mob Bounce released “Mob Medicine,” a short documentary about their journey in finding themselves and empowering native communities through their music. …read more »

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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