We have an RPM YouTube playlist of the 2012 Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards nominees for Best Music Video. …read more »
Originating from Winnipeg, MB the group Winnipeg’s Most has arisen like a rose through the concrete. Emcees Charlie Fettah, Brooklyn and Jon-C have had continued success in the music industry. Alongside two Juno nominated producers, Stomp & Jaymak of Rezofficial, they came out with a bang dropping their first mixtape North Side Connections in 2010. Winnipeg’s Most took their game to a higher level and released their full length self-titled album which won 3 awards at the 2010 aboriginal peoples choice music awards for best rap/hiphop cd, best new artist and best new duo or group.
National Aboriginal Day in Canada means a lot of live Indigenous music and parties will be taking place across the country. Here are RPM’s pick for music to check out this Abo day. …read more »
The award-winning and hugely popular rap group Winnipeg’s Most starts their first Western Canadian tour this month and have released a promotional video to tell us all about it.
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The new CBC series 8th Fire, hosted by Wab Kinew and featuring Winnipeg’s Most amongst many other talented Indians, challenges the relationships between “us” and “them”. …read more »
‘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 »
The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival is presenting a preview screening of CBC’s new documentary mini-series 8th Fire. …read more »
Fresh from sweeping this year’s APCMAs, Manitoba hip-hop group Winnipeg’s Most have released a new video directed by the experienced eye of Stuey Kubrick, for their song Winnipeg Boy—continuing their love and dedication to their hometown.
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Aboriginal Music Week (AMW) and the APCMAs (Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards) are two of the biggest Indigenous music events on Turtle Island – musicians, fans and industry alike travel to Winnipeg every November for the shows, the awards and the schmooze. This year I was finally able to attend for the first time. …read more »
The 2011 APCMAS—the 6th Annual Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards—were held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on November 3rd and 4th, 2011. Awards were handed out across a wide range of musical categories and here is the complete list of the award winners.
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This week, Winnipeg is the bustling centre of live Indigenous music with the Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards, Aboriginal Music Week and Manito Ahbee festival happening simultaneously. …read more »