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Dio Ganhdih Claims Space for Queer Indigenous MCs

Finding space in the world to flourish has been always been an ongoing focus for LGBTQ people of colour. Thankfully, we have NYC-based Mohawk/Cherokee MC Dio Ganhdih dominating the hip-hop game and blazing the trail for the Queer Indigenous MCs of the future. Dio talks to RPM about her heritage, inspirations, responsibility, and her new EP, Do It Ourselves. …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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A Flow So Impossible: Sister Lyricists Mixtape

To kick off #MixtapeMonday, Kanaka Maoli DJ Iokepa Casumbal-Salazar brings us “A Flow So Impossible: Sister Lyricists”—a dope mixtape of female emcees and women’s voices in hip-hop to inspire and uplift the people—all the way live from Honolulu, Hawai’i. Our collective shout-outs and mahalo to all the sisters in the struggle. Download, listen, and love. …read more »