I Need Help From My SHH Folks!!

Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Dan Ketch, Apr 23, 2006.

  1. Dan Ketch Registered

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    I've been nominated for Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording Of The Year at this years Native American Music Awards, the song I'm nominated for is "Anything You Want" which is produced by the one and only Mr. D-Sane. You can peep the song on my MySpace page, www.myspace.com/NightShizzle, check it out. The Online voting system is now up and you can log in and vote for my single "Anything You Want" as Best Hip Hop / R&B! Go to www.Nammys.com and in the "VOTE" section you can register to vote, you MUST fill out all 26 catergories and submit your vote for it to count. You can listen to my song "Anything You Want" on my page and in "the listen and vote" system. Every vote counts, Thanks for your support!!
     
  2. Kritish Registered

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    Native American's like rap?

    Well I'll be damned.
     
  3. JLBats The boney king of nowhere

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    Well, anyone can like rap, it isn't just blacks and suburban white posers.
     
  4. Dan Ketch Registered

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    Yeah, why would that be a suprise? We ARE real people, not Vampires or Leprachauns or some made up creatures like this country likes to portray us...
     
  5. Kritish Registered

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    Dude, it's like a Black guy riding a horse.

    It's not that it can't happen it's just that it almost never does.
     
  6. Calvin Muchas smooches

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    This sounds like a setup for an SNL skit.
     
  7. Dan Ketch Registered

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    Dude, I dont wanna turn this into a race issue but you should broaden your horizons, Their have been natives in Hip Hop forever, 1 of the Black Eyed Peas is a Native American. Their just hasnt been that one breakout star to take Natives into the spotlight, and that's with anything really from sports, music, movies and everything else. Natives truly are a forgotten people in this country. Their is a HUGE underground hip hop scene filled with Natives across North America. But check out the music and maybe you might like it...

    www.nightshield.net
     
  8. Kritish Registered

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    Wow, I didn't know one of the Black eyed peas was Native.
     
  9. Dan Ketch Registered

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    Exactly...
     
  10. black_dust FrEaK-A-ZoId!!!

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  11. Kritish Registered

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    Rap still sucks.
     
  12. The Last Meatbag Registered

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    please tell me your stage name is Night Shizzle, please :O
     
  13. Calvin Muchas smooches

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    Decent beat, but man, I was hoping you'd look more stereotypical :(
     
  14. JLBats The boney king of nowhere

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    Dude, I know you're on your period, but stop being such a *****:confused:
     
  15. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    Not big on rap, personally. I'd rather listen to Indigenous. Those guys are the sh1t!

    jag
     
  16. Dan Ketch Registered

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    Naw, it's Night Shield, which is my last name. Sorry to disappoint :)
     
  17. The Last Meatbag Registered

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    ......thats still really bad-ass man, congrats with the nomination and all :o
     
  18. Dan Ketch Registered

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    Thanks man!! I appreciate it!!
     
  19. Incrediblejeff Still Incredible

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    Decent stuff I would vote,but i'm too lazy.Good Luck though.
     
  20. Dan Ketch Registered

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    It's all good. :ghost:
     
  21. Tsunulia Queen of the Kitties

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    or La Chupacabra
     
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    On the soundtrack for the American Indian film "Smoke Signals", there's some Indian music, just drums and chanting, but it sounds just like the best of Led Zeppelin, that pentatonic stuff comes off bluesy and it was haunting and wicked just like When the Levee Breaks or the Immigrant Song, etc.

    Forgot to buy it, I am reminded.
     
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    Wow,I didn't know there was a Native American Music Awards.You learn something new everyday.

    Congratz on the nomination and good luck for the win:)
     
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    DUDE! I love Drunken Madness. That's a wicked riff.

    But Anything You Want sucks. :(
    I see the Native American Music Awards are no different from all the other music awards.
     
  25. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    Check out Indigenous if you ever get a chance. Nakota Sioux bluesmen with a lot of soul and some major chops from Mato on guitar. I've got a live bootleg of them doing a cover of "Red House" that's just amazing. Highly recommend these guys. :up:

    jag
     

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