S1E7: Cody Coyote talks about discovering his culture, reflecting reality through art and using his music to inspire others. He also premieres Someday, the first single from his forthcoming album, Mamawi.

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Ottawa hip hop artist Cody Coyote talks about the power of storytelling, working on his new album and his hope for a better Canada.

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S1E6: JB the First Lady premieres a banger from her forthcoming album and talks about everything from the origin of her stage name and performing at Aboriginal Day Live to reflecting history through art and the healing power of hip hop.

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S1E3: Haisla hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids talk about flipping the script on Indigenous issues and share their scorching new track, Growing Pains .

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We catch up with Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Mob Bounce, Logan Staats and more at the 2017 Indigenous Music Awards in Winnipeg.

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They came, they saw, they celebrated. On Friday night, the who’s who of Canada’s Indigenous music scene gathered in Winnipeg for the return of the Indigenous Music Awards. And after a one-year hiatus, the awards show didn’t miss a beat. Hosted by country artists Kimberley Dawn and Jerry Sereda, the event kicked off with an […]

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In Tall Paul's latest video for 'No Reasons,' the subject is police brutality. As usual, he doesn't hold back.

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Mob Bounce visited Vancouver's Warehouse Studio for their first professional recording session. The results were epic.

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On April 30, 2016, we had the privilege of catching up with Frank Waln at the REZILIENCE Indigenous Arts Experience in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Here he is with a brilliant acapella performance of Wild West.

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"I walk my talk and I will always remain a positive role model for those who listen to my music." Ottawa hip-hop artist Cody Coyote on inspiration, influences and more.

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