Customs and Duty: Indigenous Hip Hop and the US–Canada Border

@article{Przybylski2018CustomsAD,
  title={Customs and Duty: Indigenous Hip Hop and the US–Canada Border},
  author={Liz Przybylski},
  journal={Journal of Borderlands Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={487 - 506}
}
ABSTRACT The production of Indigenous hip hop on both sides of the 49th parallel reveals a cultural complexity far beyond a stereotypical melting pot to the south and mosaic to the north. This article demonstrates multiple similarities in Canadian and USAmerican Indigenous hip hop through a parallel analysis of recent music videos by Canadian Cree and Saulteaux rapper Drezus and USAmerican Lakota rapper Frank Waln. Like earlier hip hop that inspires it, Indigenous hip hop on both sides of the… Expand
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