Dakota. Lakota. Crow Creek Sioux Tribe. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.

Bazille is a rapper/spoken word/expression artist who advocates for freedom of therapeutic expression through his music, performances, and actions. Graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Psychology in 2015, Bazille continues to release projects (over 16 albums for free online and 3 books out for sale) and perform anywhere there is an opportunity to do so.

Bazille is also the co-founder of the platform/website alongside the talented/skilled/strong Dakota writer Dani Miller – a platform which aims to create a celebratory place of discussion for Indigenous peoples who are interested in the realm of horror. With intentions of studying musicology in graduate school, and creating expressive programs revolving around hip hop and poetry for youth later on, Bazille aims to continue speaking as loud as the colonizing oppressor never wanted Indigenous voices to be.

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