A few months ago, we introduced you to emerging hip-hop artist Dakk’One in our Meet the Artist blog series. Now he’s back with a brand new music video. Shot in various spots around his hometown of Vancouver, the visuals for Lullaby dropped Feb. 19. “I wrote this song because I feel like we need more First […]

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Earlier this year, we had the pleasure of meeting - and hearing - Celeigh Cardinal and Lacey Hill at the 2018 Indigenous Music Residency in southern Manitoba. In this exclusive acoustic session, they team up on Celeigh's seriously catchy tune, 'There Ain't No Way.'

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Earlier this year, the Indigenous Music Residency invited artists from around the country to take part in a full week of skill sharing, mentorship and networking. In the latest DD Spotlight, we explore what it means for the next wave of Indigenous music.

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For every artist selling out shows or winning awards, there are dozens more on the verge of breaking out. And many of them are just getting started. Here’s a list of eight emerging Indigenous artists to watch for in 2018.

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Led Zeppelin meets Delta blues when Bebe Buckskin takes over OCL Studios in Alberta.

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Eight Indigenous artists scored JUNO nominations in a total of five categories. Here's a rundown of the nominees.

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From Jan. 28 to Feb. 2, some of the country's most promising Indigenous artists gathered in southern Manitoba to talk shop, hone their skills and network with industry experts. Here's a look back at the 2018 Indigenous Music Residency.

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Blending Inuktitut and English, Nunavut rapper Hyper-T is at the forefront of a hip-hop movement in the Arctic. Meet him here.

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Proud papa, former professional wrestler and jovial podcast host. Hailing from the Sagkeeng First Nation, “Ever Sick!” Stefan Richard is all of that and much, much more. Meet him in the latest episode of DD Xposed.

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Hosted by Manitoba Music and the Canada Council for the Arts, the Indigenous Music Residency gives emerging Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and expand their artistic abilities. Meet this year's participants here.

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