- Trapline has been streamed over 3million times
- Total streams worldwide 16,710,000
- Juno nomination in 2017
- Polaris short list 2017, 2018, 2019
- Winner 2019 Breakout Artist at the Western Canadian Music Awards
- 4 #1 radio singles at Indigenous Music Countdown
- Winner 2021 - Independent Music Video Awards, Best Indigenous Video - Real Deadly
- Winner 2020 - Western Canadian Music Awards - Hip Hop Artist of the Year & Indigenous Artist of the Year
- Winner 2019 - Western Canadian Music Awards - Breakout Artist of the Year
- Winner 2018 - Western Canadian Music Awards - Hip Hop Artist of the Year
- "What lies ahead for Snotty Nose Rez Kids seems almost limitless.
They`re arriving at a powerful time for Indigenous music."
- Exclaim (show review 9/10): "Weaving in references from rap`s past and present with urgentmissives about the state of Indigenous culture and community, it`s
clear that Snotty Nose Rez Kids are students of the game on the verge
of becoming masters" OR: "Snotty Nose Rez Kids are at the forefront of a revolution, and peopleare listening."
Snotty Nose Rez Kids is a Canadian Hip-Hop duo of Haisla (Indigenous) descent from Kitimat, BC. Rappers Yung Trybez and Young D formed the duo in 2016, releasing two albums in 2017 with their second, The Average Savage, winning them them Best Hip Hop Artist at the Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA's), cemented them on 2018's Top 10 list of the coveted Polaris Music Prize, and landed them a 2019 Juno Nomination for best Indigenous Music Album. The group toured heavily in Canada with appearances in New York City, Seattle and Darwin, Australia. They quickly gained notoriety for their energetic, inspiring and thought provoking performances.
Coming off a busy 2019 releasing their third album, TRAPLINE, touring North America, Australia and Mexico, landing stellar news pieces from Complex,Vice, Exclaim!, Okayplayer, and The FADER, and wrapping the year with multiple awards and millions of streams, SNRK were poised for 2020 to be their breakout year. Complex named them in their ‘Ones to Watch for 2020.' After announcing their first 23 city US headline tour, COVID hit and all plans were abandoned. They released their debut EP, Born Deadly, and landed various sync deals with network shows Trickster and Resident Alien, and feature films Monkey Beach and Inconvenient Indian. Their 2019 single, Boujee Natives, achieved over 1.5 million streams and became their first music video to reach over 2 million views.
As COVID restrictions began to ease in 2021, SNRK were back in studio, creating their most personal project to date, LIFE AFTER, released in October 2021. The release landed them on the covers of Exclaim Magazine, Range Magazine and The Georgia Straight. Their hit single, Uncle Rico, debuted on BET Jams and went into rotation on MTV. After a year and half SNRK were back on the road for leg 1 of their Life After Tour with 13 shows in the US, and have announced a second leg for 2022 with another 20+ dates in Canada and the US.
Picking back up where they left off in 2020, SNRK are set for 2022 to be their breakout year.