“You may not know it, but the Arctic has developed something of a rap scene. Head north to Nunavut, Canada’s vast Inuit territory, and you can hear the likes of DJ Mad Eskimo, who mixes rap with traditional beats; Tumivut, a hip-hop/rock ensemble fronted by throat singers; or Eskimocentricity, whose feverish beats call to mind Eminem, although his lyrics are more likely to involve harpoons than guns. But the hottest new Nunavut rapper of all is Tagoona, who is eighteen years old and hails from a small community in the central Arctic called Baker Lake.”
Ice Ice Baby: Arctic culture busts a beat by Justin Nobel
DeStorm raps book titles, which calls to mind all those book spine poems we ran a while back.
The language in this video isn’t really safe for work, but if you’re blasting a YouTube video at work (without headphones), you really don’t even deserve a job in the first place.
A little goodness for your morning, courtesy of Danny Brown.