As many of you know, Tha Native’s good friend, MMA and K1 star Mighty Mo, won his last title defense on July 15, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. Mo is now on a six fight win streak and hasn’t suffered a loss in over two years. At 46 years young, Mighty Mo is looking better than ever. While I was personally impressed with his opponents ability to take some of his best punches, I was more impressed with Mo’s maturity in the ring; like with his ability to stay calm and focused and t
For the second weekend in a row a group of us went out for some drinks, karaoke, and dancing in the city of Redlands. We hit a few different spots, but, like the week before, we started the night out at The Underground. Okay, so last week we went out on a different night and there was no karaoke. But there is on Saturday nights at The Underground.
I think The Underground has a nice energy from the young crowd, who we are guessing are mostly college students or recent coll
Friday night Tha Native had a Halloween costume party at his place in the Inland Empire. The festivities featured live rock and hip hop music performances. There was only a $5 entrance fee, and that included some free drinks and unlimited, freshly made tacos and more from a great Inland Empire taco caterer. Cash prizes of $500 were given out for scariest and sexiest costumes. There was also a raffle for several pieces of Sylvester Stallone movie memorabilia. We’ve mentioned p
For those of you who are unaware, Native American hip hop artist, Tha Native, is currently working on a new hip hop album. He’s nearly finished with the recording portion of it. What we can say at this point is that the new album will be sort of an evolution of his previous albums. Stay tuned on the release date of the first single. If you attend one of his live shows you might get a chance to hear one of the new songs. Friday night Tha Native performed at the Pullum Center i
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
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