Previously known as ASCXNSION, Indigenous singer/songwriter Jordanne has released her brand new single “My Own Light” featuring artist Jaelan James. In regard to the latest single release, Jordanne posted the below via her Instagram.
“UM So I’m putting out new music!!! 🥳🙃 It’s been a long time coming but I’m finally putting things out because I know they are meant to be heard! I’m tired of making excuses as to why I’m not “ready.” Because tbh- there’s no such thing. “Not enough” has dictated the way I share my art for as long as I can remember- finances, skill, preparedness, exposure.. you name it. And I know these are narratives that have prevented me from feeling the abundance and nourishment that come with sharing these little pieces of my soul with the world. “
Tune in to Rising Indigenous Voices Radio or click here to listen to “My Own Light” featuring Jaelen James.
Indigenous music artist Quinn Christopherson has released his new single “Evelyn” ahead of his highly anticipated debut album “Write Your Name In Pink.” With a release date of September 16, Christopherson describes the upcoming record as a document of his experiences as both a trans person and an Alaskan Native. The track listing for the album will be Thanks, Evelene, Bubblegum, Kids, 2005, True Friend, Simple, Neighborhood, Uptown, Celine, Take Your Time and Erase Me. He is also currently on tour across the country. Check out the latest single below and upcoming tour dates.
05/20 Las Vegas, NV @ 24 Oxford +
05/21 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom +
08/08 – Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland #
Indigenous artist Dakotah Faye has just released his new single “925”. Originally from Minot, ND, Faye has gained attention in the Mid-West for his modern and classical music style. Blending rap and pop, check out Faye’s latest single below and also streaming on Rising Indigenous Voices Radio.
DJ Shub and CBC Music presented a visual presentation of DJ Shub’s critically acclaimed electronic song ‘Old School is for Lovers’ featuring Morningstar River from War Club, in it’s entirety on CBC Gem.
The 40-minute-long video features performances by Shub and collaborators Phoenix Pagliacci, Boogat, and Snotty Nosed Rez Kids, as well as a cast of traditional dancers. The result is a fast-moving, visually dynamic production that combines Shub’s production with breathtaking dance performances as well as visual storytelling.