Celebrating Musicians for Indigenous People’s Day

As part of my homage to Indigenous People’s Day in my Stoking Radiance classes today, I put together a playlist using many different indigenous artists.

I offer my music list in remembrance of the peoples whose lands were taken from them and celebration of how each of these artists is radiating their culture to the world.

Check out the playlist on Spotify.

May you find connection, appreciation, and joy in this list. I know I did!

OPLIAM is of Mohawk descent

Frank Waln is a Lakota hip hop artist

Kelly Jackson is from the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians

Raye Zaragoza is a Japanese-American, Mexican, Indigenous woman

Digging Roots celebrate Anishinabe and Onkwehonewe traditions

Marc Nadjiwan has roots in the Ojibway and Finnish traditions

Supaman is an Apsáalooke rapper and ghost/thunder dancer

and in the song I chose sings with Maimouna Youssef who is of Choctaw, Creek, Cherokee and African American heritage

Sihasin is a brother and sister team from the Navajo Nation

Romeo Void’s Debora Iyall is a Cowlitz Native American artist

Ronnie Spector was black, Cherokee, and Irish

Anachnid is of Oji-Cree and Mi’kmaq origin

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