Anishinaabe rapper Tall Paul came across the RPM Radar last week via a Colorlines post on Midwest Rappers Showing Love for Their Indigenous Ojibwe Language. …read more »
Sioux producer and artist Chief Stockton is in the thick of his culture and community – from his first hip hop group GPD, to the duo that launched his career Black N Mild, these days he runs oursecretsociety and dopenativeboy. He’s studied criminal law and Native history and after taking a break from music, has recently returned to writing, recording and releasing his own tracks. We’re glad for it. …read more »
To accompany our West Coast Volume #001 Podcast, we have compiled a playlist with some additional West Coast based Indigenous artists on our RPM YouTube channel. …read more »
The Ottawa-based Indigenous DJ collective A Tribe Called Red has been creating an eclectic sound incorporating a wide variety of musical styles ranging from hip-hop, dancehall, electronica and dubstep, to their own mash-ups of club and Pow Wow music since 2008. …read more »
Iqaluit-born hip hop artist M.O. teams up with North Vancouver’s Geothermal MC to release “String Games”.
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From Pow Wow to Pop the diversity of Indigenous culture filled National Aboriginal Day 2011 celebrations with seemingly more music, film, dance, parades and feasts than ever. …read more »
In our debut episode of the RPM podcast, we shine a light on Indigenous musicians from the Coast and Straight Salish territories where RPM is based.
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