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Ojibwe Hip-Hop Artist Mic Jordan's Music Video Focuses on Native Youth
We’ve all seen the #DearNativeYouth social media movement play out on Twitter...
Life Is So Great! 12 Uplifting Hip Hop Videos by Native Americans
The musical genre known as hip hop often gets a bad, well, rap, so to speak...
What a Year! 11 Artists Tout the Triumphs of 2014, and Look Ahead to 2015
The resolutions have been broken and the best-of lists are done (perhaps), but we decided we'd take one last look at the year 2014 through the eyes of Natives in the arts...
This Anishinaabe Rapper Was Saved by Music, Now He's Giving It Away
Mic Jordan, Anishinaabe, is a hip hop artist from Belcourt, ND, who is currently based in Fargo...