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Tag: Indigenous Hip-Hop Projects

N’we Jinan Artists from Oxford House Manitoba Release New Video for “When The Dust Settles”

N’we Jinan’s latest project brings us talent from the Oxford House Bunibonibee Cree Nation in northern Manitoba. RPM got to know one of Bunibonibee’s upcoming talents, Trenton “BoiDee” Robinson, a 19-year old hip hop artist featured in “When The Dust Settles” by the N’we Jinan artists.
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Cross Lake Youth Respond to Violence and Give Voice to Community in “Pitch Black” Music Video

“It’s dark in this community and we came together to share our thoughts on these situations. This is the voice of our youth. Welcome to Cross Lake.”
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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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Briggs, Thelma Plum, Dan Sultan Lead Nominations for 2015 National Indigenous Music Awards

Nominations for Australia’s 2015 National Indigenous Music Awards have been announced.  …read more »