Snotty Nose Rez Kids Return With Track, ‘Something Else’

After staying quiet for the first few months of 2021, Yung Trybez and Young D – aka Canadian indigenous hip-hop duo SNOTTY NOSE REZ KIDS (SNRK) – are back with a deadly new track…

When CNN was reporting voting demographics during the past presidential election coverage, they decided to call the section of Indigenous voters ‘Something Else’. Indigenous Twitter and TikTok blew up with outrage, but also a reclamation of the term by turning something negative into a positive using humour and truth. The community was able to look on the bright side despite media outlets’ failure to recognize them as human beings.

Check out SNRK’s ‘Something Else’ below…

OUT TODAY: Watch The Scribes’ Haunted House Party Video

South West UK hip hop crew THE SCRIBES have teamed up with Finland’s boom bap beatsmith J-Boom for the quirky video for their latest offering, “Haunted House Party”, released today.

Filmed and edited entirely during lockdown by RaSh Media, the haunting visual features The Scribes and alter ego Mr Teatime throwing a house party for a selection of stuffed toys that quickly descends into chaos and debauchery. The imagery and theming perfectly encapsulates the feelings of loneliness and isolation brought on by the continuing lockdowns of the last year.

The single is available now exclusively through Bristol based international hip hop label The Get Down Records’ bandcamp store as a digital download and a limited edition double A-Side transparent 7” vinyl with second collaboration track ‘Stir Crazy’.

Check out the video for ‘Haunted House Party below…

Song of the Day: Where They At – Snotty Nose Rez Kids

Comprising of rappers/producers Yung Trybez & Young D, hip-hop duo SNOTTY NOSE REZ (SNRK) are rounding up 2020 with the release of ‘Where They At,’ their fourth collaboration with Drezus.

Recently winning the Breakout Artist, Indigenous Artist of the Year and Rap/Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA’s), SNRK have been able to capitalise on what initially felt like a devastating halt to their momentum as artists due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. After their first headline U.S. tour and festival runs in Canada, U.S., Europe and Australia were cancelled or postponed, SNRK shifted towards writing for a new album, working on a series of collaborations. The album is slated for release next year.

For now, check out the video for the single below…

Check out Terreur Nocturne Latest Track, ‘The Other Side’ + Video

Following from their debut appearance on the blog with track, ‘Necropole’ (which claimed the Song of the Week title earlier this month), MC Phylis and BeatMaker-rapper Max T – aka  TERREUR NOCTURNE –  bounces right back, teaming up with SquashComp.com for latest joint, ‘The Other Side’.

Featuring boisterous flaming trap vibes with pop sensibilities, ‘The Other Side’ is accompanied by a clip from Big Eyes Production, evoking the abysmal grandeur of Quebec landscapes….Check it out below…

Griff/Scorcese Pays ‘Ode To Lo Camp’ In New Video

GRIFF/SCORCESE drop the first official video for track ‘Ode To Lo Camp’, taken from their second album, ‘Midnight Express’.

Over Jason Griff’s infectious, vaudevillian-esque piano loop and booming drums, rappers Scorcese Lorde Jones & Alaska (Atoms Family/Hanger 13) along with DJ Chong Wizards scratches, crafted their own love letter to one of Hip-Hop’s most iconic groups, the incomparable Camp Lo.

Midnight Express is available NOW on all streaming platforms…check out the video for ‘Ode to Camp Lo’ below…