Dakota/Boricua hip hop artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Tufawon has finally released the music video to Your Warmth. The soulful hip hop track speaks of love, social justice, and freedom. It’s a mix of hip hop and jazz melodies that create such a chill vibe that you want to ride around at night and blast in your car. The video was filmed in Paris, France.
This is the fourth song of his Dream Release project. He has been releasing singles every month centered around his dream journal. The song flashes back to times when he was abroad, traveling the world and reminiscing about his love connections, fantasizing about reliving these beautiful moments of seeing incredible sites in hopes to create new memories abroad. The self-produced track,
Aside from the music, he is heavy in the fight against different causes, he was recently awarded the Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship, one of his biggest accomplishments to date. He participated in the inaugural First Nations SongHubs, where he recorded with Indigenous artists from around the globe at the world-famous Abbey Road Institute in Melbourne, Australia. He was also featured on the Breakfast Club and Hot 97 Ebro In The Morning speaking on issues that affect Indigenous communities.
From fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock to organizing efforts to Stop Line 3, to speaking at the United Nations in Geneva Switzerland and doing several hip hop tours around the world, Tufawon continues to live out his message and impact the world in a profound way. His most recent release entitled Self Care is a five-song EP that he mostly produced himself.