Podcast: Politics & Hip Hop from the Children of Sundiata
This month’s episode of the Hip Hop African Podcast (Episode 28) is Politics & Hip Hop from the Children of Sundiata. This episode is a conversation with Malian hip hop artist and activist Amkoullel L’enfant Peulh about the political nature of hip hop in Mali, & the connections between oral traditions and rap in Francophone West Africa.
PODCAST: HHAP Episode 27: The Politics of Gender & a Ghanian American Identity
The latest episode of the Hip Hop African Podcast (Laura Lora on the Politics of Gender & a Ghanian American Identity) is now available at: https://hiphopafrican.com/2018/09/01/hhap-episode-27-laura-lora-on-the-politics-of-gender-...
CFP: Rap and Hip Hop Culture
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CFP: Black Performing Arts (PCA National Conference 2019, Washington, DC, April 17-20)
Black Performing Arts: Sound, Movement, Image, Text
Podcast: Hip Hop & Activism in Senegal and Beyond
Hip Hop African Podcast Episode 22: THIAT of Keur Gui on Hip Hop & Activism in Senegal and Beyond: HHAP Episode 22: Thiat of Keur Gui on Hip Hop and Activism Beyond Senegal. Thiat is an artist in the group Keur Gui, founding members of the Y’en a Marre movement. In this interview Thiat talks about the movement since then, & its development of a Pan African agenda.