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T-Rhyme

Based In: Saskatoon, SK

Using the spirit and sound of golden era hip-hop Tara T-Rhyme Campbell shines a spotlight on her poetry and life experiences. Pride in her Cree/Dene background has served as inspiration for her rhymes. Growing up in northern Saskatchewan she once felt isolated and far away from Canada’s burgeoning hip-hop scene. Today she’s at the forefront, carrying her First Nations identity into the recording studio and onto the stage.

Artist: T-Rhyme

RPM Live : 008 Brings Indigenous Hip-Hop to Tkaronto with Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Dio Ganhdih, See Monsters, and T-Rhyme

Beats and rhymes take centre stage for RPM Live : 008 in November.
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Here Are More Than 30 Indigenous Releases to Buy on Bandcamp in Support of Transgender Rights

On August 4th, Bandcamp is donating 100% of its profits to support transgender rights.
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Listen to DJ Kookum’s “Matriart Mixtape” for International Women’s Day

DJ Kookum drops an hour-long, all-female artist mix for IWD 2017. …read more »

Saskatoon MC T-Rhyme Talks Indigenous Arts and New EP “Diary of a Mad Red Woman”

Earlier this month, Saskatoon’s Tara T-Rhyme Campbell released her new EP, Diary of a Mad Red Woman, just ahead her first performance at the Indigenous Arts Festival in Toronto. We caught up with Tara to talk about her “5 track compilation of short stories in poetry form, backed up by dope beats.”
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Aboriginal Music Week 2015: Full Schedule of Events

Aboriginal Music week is here! 35 acts from Turtle Island and beyond take to stages throughout Winnipeg. …read more »

DOWNLOAD: The Aboriginal Music Week Mixtape by Boogey the Beat

RPM and Aboriginal Music Week are joining forces for an epic closing night party this year. Check our exclusive AMW Mixtape to get a taste of what’s to come.  …read more »

Aboriginal Music Week Closing Night Concert to Feature Drezus, Mariame, Hellnback, T-Rhyme, and Boogey the Beat

RPM is proud to present an incredible night of Indigenous hip-hop, R&B, and trap music to conclude Aboriginal Music Week 2015.
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