RPM caught up with Navajo punkabilly bad boys ShitOuttaLuck (SxOxLx) at the Skateploitation III show for Indian Market thrown by Apache Skateboards. …read more »
Kahnawake’s DJ Budda Blaze shares some insight with RPM about being a radio and Hiphop DJ for the past two decades with K103.7FM out of Kahnawake in the Mohawk territory as well as letting us know about his musical past, present and future.
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Leela Gilday’s people are Sahtú Dene, but she was raised in the South – at least, what Northerners consider the South: Yellowknife. Leela spoke with RPM about her music, her family, and not living in an igloo. …read more »
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.
Cree rapper Kasp talks to RPM about his life as an award winning hip-hop musician, family man and youth worker living in the Penticton Indian Band Territory. He also touches on his work with music video director Stuey Kubrick on his song On A Roll and his future music plans. …read more »
Mayan hip-hop artist David Ernesto Gutierrez-Guevara, aka Eternal Love, creates work inspired by politics, poverty, religion and social class. He’s worked with Diabolic, Hassan Salam and The Circle, Prince E. and Chino XL making a name for himself as a producer, collaborator and solo-artist. …read more »
RPM.fm audio interview with Métis singer/songwriter Sonia Eidse out of Winnipeg, Manitoba. …read more »
Hip-hop and R&B Singer-songwriter IsKwé was born and raised in Winnipeg by her Cree/Dene mother and Irish father. Her music has taken her across Turtle Island and back. She spoke with RPM about her hometown, her work with youth, and how The Bodyguard changed her life. …read more »
Nuxalk/Six Nations artist Jerilyn Webster, aka JB the First Lady, is “the cutest hip-hop emcee ever”. She’s also a co-founder of the First Ladies Crew – a group of 11 women all doing hip-hop – and the executive director of KAYA – Knowledgeable Aboriginal Youth Association. RPM talked with JB about the labeling of Indigenous music, rapping for elders and the gig that set her on her musical path. …read more »
RPM.fm exclusive audio interview with 19-yr-old Mi’kmaq MC/Producer Beaatz from Tobique First Nation out New Brunswick, Canada. …read more »