Artist Spotlight

Our Artist Spotlight is a weekly post that goes more in-depth on some of our favorite artists. It’s purpose is to help you get to know some of the artists you recognize, or to find new artists to add into your arsenal of music. We will include a few of our favorite songs from this artist, background information on who they are, future plans and possible tour dates, as well as videos of the artist that we think you will enjoy!




Part Native has only been making music for about a year now, but that has not stopped them from gaining countless followers. We wanted to showcase Part Native on our Artist Spotlight this week because their music is absolutely insane. Their style of Future Bass and Trap are right up our alley and we think you will enjoy them as much as we do.





Part Native consists of artists/producers David and Tripp. They are both of Native American descent which led them to create the name ‘Part Native’. They like to call their style ‘Cherokee Trap’ and we think it fits perfectly with the heavy bass and prominent flutes found throughout their tracks.

David and Tripp are still working a 9-5 job while they try to pursue their dream of making money from producing and performing live. We really respect the drive they have to make music even if it means going to bed later and waking up earlier. Due to their hard work, they have been supported by artists such as The Chainsmokers, Party Favor, and Diplo. 2017 is going to be a big year for these guys because they are just getting started.

Q + A:

-Do you guys have any pre-show rituals/traditions you like to do before getting on stage?

Getting there safely

-Who are your biggest inspirations in music right now?

Flume, Ekali, Nghtmre, the chainsmokers, baauer

-Pepsi or Coke?


-What has been your most memorable moment since you began Part Native?

Played a show in an airplane hanger

-What do you guys enjoy doing when you’re not making music?

Longboard, play skate 3, eat good food, and goof off

-What goals do you have for Part Native in 2017?

Playing internationally and growing exponentially in skill and performance as we gain more fans

-Do you miss Harambe?

Yes, dearly