Snotty Nose Rez Kids & Skinny Local to release new single & video on Nov. 27
Award-winning Haisla hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids have announced they’ll be releasing a new single and video this coming Friday, Nov. 27 (via Snakes x Ladders).
While SNRK fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the group’s “Where They At” video (featuring Drezus), they’ll have to wait just a bit longer as the new single “Screaming Indian” is being rolled out first.
The new song is a collaboration with budding Vancouver-based producer and filmmaker, Skinny Local, who posted about the importance of the song via an Instagram post:
“An important collaboration between Indigenous & South Asian culture that will 🤯🤯. Pow Wow and Garba?? I mean, you guys already know its gonna be fire.”
SNRK also commented on the new collaboration:
“This is an Indian (India) & “Indian” (Turtle Island) mashup with @skinnylocalmusic. We’re building bridges btwn our communities through music. This collab began almost 2 years ago & we’re finally getting this one out into the world 🌏 The video represents a true celebration of both our cultures ✊🏽✊🏽”
Despite the ongoing pandemic, SNRK members Quinton “Yung Trybez” Nyce and Darren “Young D” Metz have had an incredibly productive year which included being named Indigenous Artist of the Year and Rap & Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the 2020 Western Canadian Music Awards.
Just yesterday, “Where They At” passed 40K streams on Spotify, while the animated visualizer is pushing towards 30K YouTube views. The official video was expected on Nov. 3, but ended up only posting a 20 second trailer, citing unforeseen delays. They have reassured fans that the “Where They At” video will be released shortly after drops.
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