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After nearly three years since his last project, Indigenous hip-hop pioneer Quese IMC (Seminole) has just released his latest solo project, DEFOVER30...
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Attorney and ICTMN editor-at-large Gyasi Ross continues to make waves in his latest persona -- a rapper and spoken word artist...
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Author, activist, attorney, spoken-word artist, and ICTMN editor-at-large Gyasi Ross has just released his album ISSKOOTSIK (Before Here Was Here) ( Amazon | iTunes ) on the Cabin ...
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Each year, the Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards—a celebration of artists in Canada that is hosted as part of the Manito Ahbee Festival—recognizes more than 20 Native musical...
Native Hip Hop, Classic Rock Bring Down the House in South Dakota
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Emerson Windy's video for "Peace Pipe" surpassed 11 million views on WorldStar Hip Hop today, three days after it was posted to the site, and that's depressing...
10 Thought-Provoking Lyrics From Native Hip Hop Artists
There’s always a verse, hook, or rhyme that listeners hear and say – whoa, I wasn’t expecting that. But, regardless of its affect, we find ourselves singing along to it...