On Friday, May 18, the top talent from across Turtle Island gathered in Winnipeg for the return of the Indigenous Music Awards. Here's a look at the night's winners.

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Between travel, motherhood and her day job as an attorney, Manitoba's Desiree Dorion still manages to make time for her country music career. In the latest episode of Beyond The Mic, Desiree dishes on living in the sticks, maintaining her work-life balance and much, much more.

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A look back at the First Peoples' Cultural Council's inaugural Indigenous Music Retreat in beautiful British Columbia.

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Derek Miller's Guilt Free Zone is a place of discovery and exploration that strives to keep the Indigenous music scene vibrant and alive. The Season 3 premiere airs May 23 on APTN.

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On the latest episode of Beyond The Mic, Winnipeg super bassist MJ Dandeneau talks about her dashed badminton career, almost becoming an occupational therapist and much, much more.

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On this week's episode of Beyond The Mic, hear what Midnight Shine frontman Adrian Sutherland had to say about connecting with nature, preserving his Cree culture, hitting the ice with former NHLer Daniel Alfredsson and much, much more.

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Since the release of her debut album, Métis singer/songwriter Celeigh Cardinal has attended the Indigenous Music Residency in Manitoba, performed at Folk Alliance International in Kansas City, and earned an Indigenous Music Awards nomination, a Western Canadian Music Award nomination and a whopping seven Edmonton Music Awards nominations. Meet her here.

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Since 2014, the N'we Jinan music initiative has been giving a voice to Indigenous youth in remote First Nations communities across Canada. In the latest DD Spotlight, we catch up with founder Dave Hodges and some of the program's youth at their recent album release party in Vancouver.

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On the latest episode of Beyond The Mic, poet/educator/entrepreneur Tanaya Winder talks about wearing her MANY hats, shares the one thing she won't travel without and much, much more.

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Inspired by "Indigenous matriarchs" like Kinnie Starr and Buffy Sainte-Marie, JB the First Lady uses hip hop to not only share her story, but offer a different perspective, honour her community and raise awareness about issues like MMIWG. In the latest DD Spotlight, we catch up with JB to talk about advocacy, her latest project and more.

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