Topic: Music Artist

The Groovalottos, A Powerhouse Soul-Funk-Blues Band

Once upon a time, a group of veteran touring players and studio musicians decided to get together for a jam session, making the kind of music that they liked, treating soul, funk and blues like traditions as opposed to outdated genres. Over time, these jam sessions turned into rehearsals, the opportunity for gigs came about […]

A Tribe Called Red x Prolific The Rapper Music Video

“Black Snakes” Music Video by Prolific The Rapper & A Tribe Called Red Original Song: Pow Wow Stadium by A Tribe Called Red The world deserves to see the truth about #NoDAPL Statement form Prolific The Rapper: I am not selling this song, I do not own the beat, If you like this beat support […]

Native American Inspired Dubstep Music Video

“Make It Bun Dem” Music Video by Skrillex & Damian Marley Reppin’ for tha Nativez DIRECTED BY TALENTED TONY T. DATIS This powerful music video of “Make It Bun Dem” tells so much more than what it depicts.. It depicts a conflict between citizens losing their homes to eminent domain and the officer seeking to […]

Mahlikah Awe:ri, Black and First Nations Drumtalk Poetic Rapologist

Mahlikah Awe:ri Enml’ga’t Saqama’sgw (The Woman Who Walks In The Light) is a Haudenosaunee Mohawk/Mi’kmaw Afro-Indigenous drum talk poetic rapologist. Mahlikah can trace her lineage in Canada to Rose Fortune and the 1700’s in Annapolis, Royal, Nova Scotia. Her Grand Auntie was the late Daurene Lewis who was the first Black Woman Mayor in Canada […]

Buffy Sainte-Marie, First Nations Cree Activist, Artist

Buffy Sainte-Marie is an Academy Award-winning First Nations Cree musician, composer, visual artist, educator and social activist. Sainte-Marie expressed in a 2008 interview at the National Museum of the American Indian that she had been blacklisted, along with Native Americans and other native people in the Red Power movements in the 1970s. “I found out […]
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