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2020 MUSIC SUBMISSION PERIOD NOW OPEN. VISIT OUR HOW TO SUBMIT WEBPAGE. THE 20th Annual Native American Music Awards is tentatively scheduled for late November 2020. 2020 MUSIC SUBMISSION PERIOD NOW OPEN. THE 20th Annual Native American Music Awards is tentatively scheduled for late November 2020. THE 20th Annual Native American Music Awards is tentatively scheduled for late November 2020.
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NEW MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE

NEW MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE 

THE STORM LIVE FROM HOME BY RECORDING ARTISTS  DOC NATIVE AND SPENCER BATTIEST

Recording artists Doc Native and Spencer Battiest are premiering their new music video entitled, The Storm: Live From Home, this week on the Native Music Awards’ Youtube Channel by clicking the following link: https://youtu.be/DbCuTdU3BHk  

The video, The Storm Live From Home  features brothers Spencer and Doc Native from the Seminole Nation while they and their band members remain in quarantine. Featuring Doc and Spencer on vocals from their seperate homes in Hollywood, Florida, the video also features;  Matt Beach on guitar from Canton, Ohio, Kazumi Shimokawa on piano from Culver City, California and Joshua Daubin on percussion from Seal Beach, California. The Storm  tells the history of the Seminole Tribe of Florida through Rap and song.  The Battiest brothers who originally composed The Storm in 2011, have performed the song internationally to bring greater awareness to their heritage. The Storm is a powerful and symbolic message to all Native people. The lyrics not only embrace and pay tribute to the endurance and perseverance of the Seminoles as a nation, but it also passionately embraces their struggles as a people of both past and  present. Now, during this Coronavirus pandemic, the song brings an inspiring message of hope.  Watch  The Storm: Live From Home, now on Youtube by clicking the following link:  https://youtu.be/DbCuTdU3BHk  

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