Voting Now Open for the 2018 NAMA. Cast your vote for "Ask Yo Mama" - The GroovaLottos 'Best Pop Recording' and "Flippin" - Soul Poet's Syndicate 'Best Music Video'
NEW YORK - Tuesday night the Native American Music Association announced to top nominees for the 2018 Native American Music Awards and once again, Liberation Multimedia recording artists are on the ticket!
The GroovaLottos and their 4x Grammy nominated album "Ask Yo' Mama" can now add 'Best Pop Recording' by the Native American Music
From the 2013 Native American Music Awards, Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor, a soul- funk- jazz musical artist and member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe took home two Top Nominee medals and an offer from Donald Blackfox to join the Spirit Wind Records family of traditional and contemporary Native American recording artists.
Mwalim, a veteran songwriter, producer, session and touring musician has been recording and releasing albums on his own LMMGM label since 1990, interrupted by a stint at a major la
Just to catch you up on what's going on, today is Tuesday, September 18, 2012 in New York City: President Barack Obama is in New York at a gala fundraiser hosted by Beyonce` and Jay-Z; the UN is in session in New York. The President was on David Letterman for the entire hour of the show (those lucky guests, I know they were thrilled out of their minds); and though we were threatened by a tornado, and two car jackings, New Yorkers pretty much took it all in stride.
You're introduced to the illegal hustle by a demon who don't trust you just pimpin you ready to bust some lead in your temple If you don't follow out the commands of initiation Do you know where your going to? In this dark situation? and across the nation innocent black boys and girls are getting shot now we're an endagered species - it's gotta stop now.
Your no criminal - Look in the mirror your a miracle
Don't let the external burn you it's just an illusion no body gets out the streets. Its a we
Art Without Walls:
I have been a TV viewer of the NAACP IMAGE AWARDS for many years; for the most part I have enjoyed the entertainment although I must admit, being occasionally mystified by some of the choices made when it appeared popularity and corporate support trumped talent.
Last year was indeed, a historic one with the election of the first African American President, Barrack Obama. When the cameras panned the 150,000 faces of a divided nation—present in Chicago’s Grant Park-- to celebr