Did you know that American Indian hip hop artist, Tha Native, is a huge fan of hard rock music? Yup! So when Ozzfest Meets Knotfest came to the Inland Empire, Tha Native and friends jumped into the limo bus and headed to the show. Disturbed put on an amazing show with flames shooting out at different points in their songs. Very cool effect. I could actually feel the warmth of the flames each time they shot out like cannons. Not sure how the people who were right in front felt
Last night Tha Native got a chance to share his Serrano and Cahuilla culture with some folks at a local Highland, CA senior center, which resides in very close proximity to the San Manuel reservation. Also, please take a look at the meaningful and significant video messages that Tha Native made for all of his friends and fans to view. One was from yesterday right before his presentation. The other was today pertaining to California Native American Day and his thoughts on it.
One of Tha Native’s favorite pastimes, when not performing his unique style of American Indian Hip Hop, is doing karaoke at karaoke bars. Wednesday night Tha Native and friends went to downtown Upland to do just that, but first had to wait a moment while Tha Native finished some texting. Text, text, text. Blah, blah, blah. Maybe in a future blog we’ll post a video or two of Tha Native doing his thing on the mic karaoke style. Anyone interested in seeing that? Comment below. T
Early last week Tha Native took a working lunch at a local Mongolian BBQ restaurant. Here he discussed making some significant changes to two of his companies: Voodoo Nation Records and So Cal Native Clothing. In short, Tha Native will be making a renewed effort within these two companies. One effort will be to release more clothing options and designs, as well as trying to give customers more options on where to make purchases. He’ll be working with one or more large Interne
This is the first ever blog post for Native American Hip Hop Artist, Tha Native. Tha Native resides in Southern California on the San Manuel Indian Reservation. He has been in the music business for ten years creating different genres of music, most currently focused on Native American Hip Hop. He’s a multitalented individual with many interests, like educating young people and adults about Native American culture, especially his local Serrano and Cahuilla cultures. This blog