Browsing the "Indigenous Hip Hop" Category →

Sicangu Lakota rapper Frank Waln is a true revolutionary. For years, the 25-year-old MC has been using his unique and urgent blend of hip-hop, which draws inspiration from the tribal music of his home on...

Read More →

SASKATOON – Recording artist Lindsay Knight has dedicated her career to helping young people dream big and stay true to themselves. Her career, however, didn’t come without a struggle. Knight’s early years were marked by...

Read More →

Hip-Hop’s Aboriginal Connection

January 3, 2014 | Comments

At the entrance of a new exhibit at Montreal’s Musée d’Art Contemporain, visitors are greeted with a red neon glow and a ping-pong of sounds. A dubstep groove thumps. A high-hat skitters. A pow-wow chant...

Read More →

Quese IMC is a Native American MC originally from California, now residing in Oklahoma. In his newest video, he relates the tale of an indigenous person in the USA and imparts the hopes of not...

Read More →