3-9-6-0 by Small Time Giants visually and lyrically tells the profound story of the painstaking sense of colonization that affects indigenous peoples from around the world while also displaying the hope of regaining their indigenous roots from the grasp of those that have been seemingly controlling their fate.
Bay Area five-piece musical ensemble Audiopharmacy returns to the AUX with their strongly rooted Worldbeat, Hip/Hop and Dub sound. “Be There”, their newest video release from the album “State of the Heart”, is directed by KYJ Productions and features the deep vocal tones of Native Californian Ras K’dee (Kashaya Pomo/African American) and graceful melodies of singer, songwriter and cultural advocate Desirae Harp (Wappo/Diné).
“Fly Like An Eagle” (Steve Miller Band cover) is Trini Lopez's very first official music video. In the fifty years as an international superstar and musical icon, with over a dozen hit records, he has never had the opportunity to express his music through the medium of film. This is not just the launch of his first video, but a stellar comeback performance!
Across the Americas thousands of cities, towns, streets and locations have names bearing indigenous origins. Shot in Toronto , A Tribe Called Red’s ‘Indian City’ music video pays tribute to this fact, as the city itself bears a name derived from the Iroquois phrase “Where there are trees in Water.”
Ojibwe hip hop artist Tall Paul doesn’t’ shy from controversy or hold punches with his new video for “No Questions”. The video is directed, produced and shot by Mercies May and the song itself i is hard hitting, energetic, high paced and focuses on the stories of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, killed by police in 2014 and George Stinney Jr. killed 70 years prior.
The 2016 Native American Music Awards Single of the Year, "Come and Get Your Love" by B. of Dakota South Records provides a modern hip hop rendition to the classic Billboard Top 5 single by Redbone that all generations can enjoy.