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Prism Prize Video: Snotty Nosed Rez Kids - Creator Made An Animal

The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a Polaris Prize-nominated First Nation hip-hop duo from BC.

Prism Prize Video: Snotty Nosed Rez Kids - Creator Made An Animal

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The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a Polaris Prize-nominated First Nation hip-hop duo from BC.


Snotty Nosed Rez Kids - Creator Made An Animal

Snotty Nosed Rez Kids are a BC First Nation hip-hop duo composed of Darren "Young D" Metz and Quinton "Yung Trybez" Nyce. The Polaris Prize shortlisted group stated in a press release that this song was their way of paying homage to the place they call home as their spirit awaken and their people rise up. It carries aggressive and assertive energy that imitates the way society portrays indigenous people and people of colour across Turtle Island.  

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“Our ancestors were stereotyped as savages, and we are often regarded as the pissed-off generation who haven’t gotten over what colonization has done to our lands and our people. Through stylish delivery, we proclaim ourselves as the Father 7th Generation and let the world know that we aren’t changing for anyone. The future is ours,” stated Snotty Nose Rez Kids. 

CREDITS: 

Video by: Cinemint.

Dir: Jerome Hof

Prod: Pranav Marwah

AP: King Louie Palomo

DP/Cam Ops: Alfonso Chin

Design: Julian Groll

1st AD: Mathew Hardie

2nd AD: Nicole Watson

1st AC: Sammy Su

2nd AC: Bailey Woods

Hair/Makeup: Sierra Rae Hedefine

Key Grip: Wayne Chung

Grip: Jakob Lanter

DIT: Jeremy Cen, Dustin McCrindle

Prod. Assist: Yamil Galaz

Animal Wrangler: Valley Calderoni

Picture Animal: Senshin Calderoni

Copyright: Snotty Nose Rez Kids Music

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The popular three-day free festival in downtown Hamilton will run Sept. 13-15 this year and also features Zeus, Danko Jones, Rich Aucoin, iskwē, The Rural Alberta Advantage and many more.

Hamilton’s Supercrawl has announced the lineup for its 2024 edition. The lineup was unveiled in entertaining fashion at Merit Brewing in Hamilton yesterday (June 19).

Long recognized as one of Ontario's most important free summer festivals, this year's edition of Supercrawl runs September 13-15 and features a diverse group of established and emerging Canadian artists alongside two significant U.S. imports, Texan post-rock band Explosions In The Sky and Pittsburgh-based post-industrial art rock performance troupe Squonk.

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