Tag: native hip hop
This international hip-hop collab between Aspects, Ghostface Killah and Indigenous up-and-comer, Cody Coyote, brings out some head-knockin’ ice cold battle flows.
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Rebel Music premieres with Native America, a high profile showcase of Indigenous musicians and artists making waves in the music scene and change in their communities. …read more »
Sicangu Lakota rising hip-hop artist Frank Waln talks story with Originals First about art, education, museums and contesting the “symbolic annihilation” of Indigenous People. …read more »
Crystle Lightning and Red Cloud, known together as Lightning Cloud, will host Indigenous Angels 2—a benefit concert supporting, and in solidarity with, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. …read more »
All over the globe, Indigenous MCs and hip-hop artists are using the furious force of rhymes to express, represent and revitalize their original languages and cultures. And Mayan MCs, like 22-year-old Pat Boy, are no exception. …read more »
Rising east coast hip-hop crew City Natives are back with Red City, a new album of aggressive and confident hip-hop.
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In honour of our elders, Vancouver hip-hop duo Mob Bounce recorded this track with youth at the Houston Friendship Centre. …read more »
Navigating the best and worst reactions from Native and non-Native audiences alike, Tall-Paul and Chase Manhattan hold their ground, stay true, and rise up in their hometown and internationally. …read more »
2013 was a very good year for Indigenous music. Here are our favourite reasons why it’s an incredible time to tune in. We’re still here—and we’re still making amazing music. …read more »
Cherokee MC, spitfire rap sensation, and rising hip-hop star, Angel Haze, has revealed details about her upcoming debut album, Dirty Gold, that will feature her collaboration with Indigenous DJ/production crew A Tribe Called Red. …read more »