Snotty Nose Rez Kids lead first-ever International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards nominees
Celebration to take place in Winnipeg on May 22 and 23
Haisla Nation duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids are leading nominees at the first-ever International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show.
The two-day celebration will take place in Winnipeg on May 22 and 23, with the winners chosen by the public.
The Rez Kids are contending in four categories that include hip hop single of the year for Where They At and album of the year for Born Deadly.
David Strickland, a Mi'kmaw and Cree producer, is up for three awards, among them single of the year for Turtle Island, featuring Supaman, Artson, Spade, JRDN and Whitey.
Organizers say nominees were narrowed down by a group of music judges and industry players, such as DJs, producers and other professionals.
The winners will be selected through a public vote running until April 30 on the event's website.