Shibastik talks tradition, hunting, teachings, youth workshops and hip hop

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Hip hop artist, painter and workshop educator Shibastik joined Indigenous Waves last week. He talks about what he learned growing up, setting up camp, hunting, and how he has taken what he learned in the bush and applied it to youth workshops.

A member of the Moose Cree First Nation and the Bear Clan, Chris Sutherland aka Creealias the Shibastik is an accomplished painter, lyricist and hip hop musician. His music and art, deeply inspired by life in the James Bay Lowlands, create an awareness and appreciation for the land and Aboriginal culture, as well as an understanding of the Aboriginal experience, past and present. His connection to the land and the Creator are evident throughout his work.

Playlist:

Shibastik – The Teachings

Shibastik – Moose River

Shibastik – Skins f. Lightening Cloud

City Natives – Proud of Me

Tall Paul – All Out Warfare f. Soulution

Black Shield – Your enemy is my enemy

Shibastik – Hand Drum

 

Originally Aired Monday April 7, 2014

Photo Credit: Shibastik

Image Credit: Chris Sutherland aka Shibastik “Spring Camp”

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