Mob Bounce Reclaim Identity, Share Influence and Bring Healing in “Mob Medicine” Doc

 PHOTO: BRACKEN HANUSE-CORLETT

PHOTO: BRACKEN HANUSE-CORLETT

Last month woke hip-hop duo Mob Bounce released “Mob Medicine,” a short documentary about their journey in finding themselves and empowering native communities through their music.

“We started getting our ideas out and it’s like we just started created this whirlwind of thoughts which slowly turned into action and looking at us today, that’s become our healing tool,” Travis Adrian Hebert aka Heebz the Earthchild (Cree/Métis) says of Mob Bounce’s beginnings.

“What I feel about my lyrical content is that it’s the spirit materializing a message through me. Part of my intent with that is that it connects with other people,” said Craig Frank Edes aka The Northwest Kid (Hungarian/Scottish/Irish and Gitxsan). “Being aware its like you understand your surroundings and the energy around you and you have the opportunity to create life.”