Gary Litefoot Davis is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma h his passion to better the future of Indian Country. He continues to motivate and inspire, tribal, educational and corporate audiences as a highly sought after public speaker. Mr. Davis is a recipient of the prestigious Sevenstar Award from the Cherokee Nation Historical Society, presented to a Cherokee who is accomplished in a chosen field, brought honor to the Cherokee people and serves as an inspiration to others. Davis is currently working on a new Litefoot album and a book which explores and expounds upon the conscious lyrics found in so many of his songs. Both projects are slated for release in 2019.
3D Na'tee - The Return 12. Team Ox - Whatevers Whatever 13. LiteFoot - Tribal Boogie 14. TrackPack - Southern Emcee's 15. Prodigy - The One And Only. Winston Francis1y ago.
The Young Die Old 3:36. 12. Tribal Boogie 3:49. 13. Warrior Trilogy 3:59.
Gary Paul Davis (born March 1, 1969), known professionally as Litefoot, is an American business professional, actor, musician, and enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. He is the Executive Director of the Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA), CEO of Davis Strategy Group and a member of the Forbes Finance Council. As an actor, he is known for his roles as Little Bear in the movie The Indian in the Cupboard, and Nightwolf in Mortal Kombat Annihilation.
1999 -Rez Affiliated. 1999 -The Lite Years. 2003 – Native American Me. 2004 – Redvolution. 2008 – Relentless Pursuit. 2017 – Redvolutionary.
Boogie is a compilation album of both previously released and unreleased tracks by American band The Jackson 5. It was released on January 16, 1979, after the release of the Jacksons studio album Destiny a month earlier. Boogie is considered the rarest of all Jackson 5/Jacksons releases, as not many albums were pressed and fewer were sold at the time. In 1979, the Jacksons moved up in the Top 10 with the album Destiny, released by Epic, and the hit "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)".
Gary "Litefoot" Davis. Litefoot in Tahlequah (1995). Background information. Litefoot has also appeared in Hollywood films, such as The Indian in the Cupboard (1995), Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997), Kull the Conqueror (1997), and Adaptation (2002), and several independent films, including 29 Palms (2002); Song Of Hiawatha (1997) as the titular role; and The Pearl (2000). He has also appeared on the television programs: CSI: Miami, Family Law, and Any Day Now. Since 2005, he has hosted and produced his own ed hip hop and R&B radio show called Reach the Rez Radio, which broadcasts weekly through Native Voice One Satellite Network . 2001 - Tribal Boogie. 2002 - The Messenger. 2003 - Native American Me.