Snoop Lion in the video for 'Blowed' by Native rapper Chief

Chief Enlists Snoop Dogg and Pocahotties for 'Blowed' Music Video

ICTMN Staff
4/4/13

Fans of rapper Snoop Dogg, these days known as Snoop Lion, had reason to be excited today -- the single "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks," featuring Miley Cyrus and produced by Major Lazer, was released online.

It's an interesting tune, but in Indian country a different track might become a topic of discussion and perhaps heated debate.

Snoop is the guest vocalist on "Blowed," a single by Native rapper Josh "Chief" Hill, off his EP Smoke Signals. Chief, who grew up on the Six Nations Reserve according to RealHipHopDaily, won a Canadian Aboriginal Music Award in 2008 for his video "Big Boi Boppin." Here's the video for his new song:

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It's is so sad to see our young people lowering themselves to this kind of level. Now the young people bring their rap to our Sacred Drums at Pow Wow's, and some of the Elder's allow this and it needs to stop!. They aren't learning their own language, but they sure know how to rap when they sing. These are the new rap stars from the REZ they call them. They are seen as hero's to the young ones. I think this just breeds drinking problems and all the crap our poeple are trying so hard to overcome. These young people need to stop and listen for the Great Spirit to guide them, but all they know is hip hop and rap....so sad!

JWhiteEyes's picture
JWhiteEyes
Submitted by JWhiteEyes on
It's is so sad to see our young people lowering themselves to this kind of level. Now the young people bring their rap to our Sacred Drums at Pow Wow's, and some of the Elder's allow this and it needs to stop!. They aren't learning their own language, but they sure know how to rap when they sing. These are the new rap stars from the REZ they call them. They are seen as hero's to the young ones. I think this just breeds drinking problems and all the crap our poeple are trying so hard to overcome. These young people need to stop and listen for the Great Spirit to guide them, but all they know is hip hop and rap....so sad!

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