Nahko and Medicine for People

Nahko and Medicine for People. Nahko Bear is Apache, Puerto Rican and Filipino.

Ghosts Embodied:


Black As Night.


San Quentin.

Note: The song tells the tale of Nahko’s personal journey to forgiveness as he makes a trip to San Quentin State Prison to meet the man who murdered his father.


  1. dakotagreasemonkey says

    Ghosts Embodied is very refreshing, with the coronet a wonderful surprise.
    Black as Night is very inspirational for better things coming.
    San Quentin is just awesome.
    Now I have to go buy more music!

  2. rq says

    These are excellent. (My style, heh!)
    I spent the first one looking for scenery I recognized and feeling vaguely homesick.

  3. says

    Glad you liked them. I don’t know where the first one was located, the video was done by a fan, after hearing the song and strongly connecting to it.

  4. rq says

    I think it’s from all over the place, since it switches from driving on the left to driving on the right, etc. But the beginning has what I understand to be a lot of North American scenery a la Ontario. Like where I grew up / mostly travelled back then.

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