From the depths of Cree Territory, Eekwol and Mils have been capturing ears with their signature hip hop sounds since 1998. As a part of the Innersoulflow collective crew, they have created and appeared on countless releases throughout North America. In true fashion to the history of both hip hop and Indigenous Cree culture they represent through compelling and experimental storytelling beats and rhymes. Eekwol and Mils have recently won Best Hip Hop/Rap Album at the 2005 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards for the "Apprentice to the Mystery" album and were nominated in the same category at the Indian Summer Music Awards in 2005, and the Aboriginal Peoples' Choice Music Awards in 2006. Their video for "Too Sick" has also been featured on Aboriginal Peoples' Television Network, MTV Canada and Muchmusic and they have been featured in many well-distributed publications including Planet S, Eagle Feather News, Redwire Magazine, Windspeaker, Sage, SAY Magazine, SPIRIT Magazine and The Province out of Vancouver. The've also charted on many community radio stations across North America, including the "Top Ten Hip Hop Albums" on Chart Attack for March 2005. It's been three years since the release of Eekwol and Mils award-winning "Apprentice to the Mystery" album and they're ready to drop something chalked full of their trademark style for the summer of 2007. The two have gone through enough experiences and changes with music and life in these last two years to display the newfound maturity in this latest release, "The List". The album features the renowned revolutionary emcee, Stic. Man of Dead Prez and many more Canadian hip hop heroes. Eekwol and Mils have been enhancing hip hop with their own prairie style for over 10 years. Mils, the master beatmaker, has had production work featured on 23 releases so far throughout North America and Japan, and is fast becoming known as an "artist's artist" in the underground hip hop world. His incredible talent for producing fresh, new music with compelling unheard of beats drawn from the collective soul is attracting renowned underground hip hop artists to his door from all over North America. Eekwol uses her mastery of words to communicate across the country, and has performed on over 100 stages across Canada. The duo's desire to recognize their Indigenous Plains Cree and hip hop roots can be fully experienced through their powerful music and performance. Currently, Eekwol and Mils are promoting their latest effort, "The List", which was released on September 18th, 2007.