City Natives, aboriginal hip-hop group, win at Indigenous Music Awards – CBC

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City Natives, aboriginal hip-hop group, win at Indigenous Music Awards – CBC

by ahnationtalk on September 17, 2015367 Views

Sep 16, 2015

Group won Best Duo or Group and Single of the Year for the song “Straight Chief’n”.

Aboriginal hip-hop group City Natives is making history and bringing back some Indigenous Music Awards to the Maritimes.

The group won Best Duo or Group and Single of the Year for the song “Straight Chief’n”.

Brandon Arnold co-founded City Natives and says their music is heavily influenced by the communities they grew up in.

Arnold is from the Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick. Other members are from Eel Ground First Nation in N.B. and Eskasoni in Nova Scotia.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/city-natives-aboriginal-hip-hop-group-win-at-indigenous-music-awards-1.3231161

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