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.

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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Listen to the Sounds of Aboriginal Music Week 2014

Aboriginal Music Week 2014 is gearing up for another celebration of Indigenous music and here’s a soundtrack to this year’s festival.
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STREAM: Heebz The Earthchild – “Idle No More”

Leave it our boys Mob Bounce from the West Coast to drop one of the first Indigenous hip-hop tracks to draw directly from the spirit of the emerging #IdleNoMore movement and turn it into music. One half of the duo, Heebz the Earthchild, dropped this new joint on SoundCloud yesterday. …read more »

After Indigenous Afterdark: RPM’s One Year

Secret headliners, multi-disciplinary traditional contemporary media arts mashups, Native models, directors, producers, actors comedians, and some serious bass music; VIMAF, Skookum Sound System and RPM’s one year celebration boasted all of this and more. Check out the recap. …read more »

Indigenous Afterdark: Around the Sun – RPM.fm/Skookum One Year Celebration

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a year since we launched RPM – and we’ve got nothing but love for everyone who has supported us and helped us grow. Now it’s time to celebrate! …read more »