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Leonard Sumner | Rez Poetry

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Rez Poetry

by Leonard Sumner

A new brand of Roots Music fused with Hip-Hop, Country and Rhythm & Blues.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?
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2. Divine Beauty
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3. Bled My Blood
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4. Tears and Time
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5. The One
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6. Questions
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7. They Say
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8. Fly
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9. Prairie Sky
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10. Best of Me
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11. Northern Lights
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"One of the most important, vital new voices of the First Nations roots music scene in Canada. Actually, one of the most important, vital new voices in the entire Canadian roots music scene!" -Vancouver Island Music Fest

Leonard is an Anishinaabe MC from the Little Saskatchewan First Nation located in Interlake Region of Manitoba. He provides perspective from a voice often unheard and over-looked in the traditional music communities: truthful, insightful, and providing a new sound straight from ‘the Rez’. His music is best described as a fusion of Hip-Hop, Country and Rhythm & Blues. His lyrics are both intricate and honest, combined with his heart, message into a raspy flow that growls with the bittersweet existential angst of Reservation Indian. On stage, he captivates crowds with a guitar slung over his shoulder, singing and rhyming to the beats, allowing his style to be enjoyed by people who typically ‘aren’t into rap.’

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