Sugu, HHP, Geoffy G, M.anifest, Shenzy

Here’s a little round-up of African hip hop radio shows of the past months: autumn 2009. The weekly show on FunX (Holland’s most popular youth radio station) often has guests, and these are some of the English language interviews that you can enjoy online. Tip: subscribe to the podcast and stream or download even more archived shows here. Each of […]

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Here’s a little round-up of African hip hop radio shows of the past months: autumn 2009. The weekly show on FunX (Holland’s most popular youth radio station) often has guests, and these are some of the English language interviews that you can enjoy online. Tip: subscribe to the podcast and stream or download even more archived shows here.

Each of these shows is two hours long so this update could be the soundtrack of your working day! Playlists can be found here.

M.anifest
M.anifest (Ghana/USA) talked about his new album, a free download through which he invites his fans to donate to a development project.

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Hip Hop Pantsula (HHP)
South African hip hop heavyweight Hip Hop Pantsula (HHP) spoke prior to his trip to the MTV Mama Awards in Nairobi, Kenya:

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Sugu (Mr II)
Tanzania’s most prolific rapper Sugu (Mr II) is about to drop his tenth album which he recorded over the past months in the USA. GMB & J4 phoned him as he was about to drop the first single off the album.

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Mc Shenzy
African hip hop radio correspondent Mc Shenzy (Rhyme FM) is very active in Nairobi’s underground hip hop scene. He talks on the phone from Nairobi about his efforts in setting up a pirate radio station and the Kenyan hip hop awards.

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4 Comments
  1. Alaiya 8 years ago

    I found out about the South African hip hop movement by watching a program on public broadcasting. Who would’ve ever thought that?? Anyhow… this music is more than amazing. I am a child of the original American hip hop explosion. We may need to come to the motherland to seek some talent because american hip hop has taken a change for the i don’t know. Keep up the good work.

  2. blaqpimp 7 years ago

    I dig what Alaiya is saying! Hip Hop is SA has just tasted the power of musiq and I and my crew believe that we could unite Africa in musiq. Halla at us whenever u reach S.A to listen to our songs. One thing we had to learn is that it pays to be indepandent as no label get to dilute your musiq that you wanna get across!! Halla at me Saziso “Blaqpimp” Balang +27763894486 or saziso@vodamail.co.za. We want to make musiq with our African brotha’s and sista’s… Let get free and unite in musiq!! 1 time with the blaqpimp!!

    • Ras 7 years ago

      One luv MWANA,sprd t ol ovr afric.ts tym 2 pizd dem of hawa makuma!rrrraaaa

  3. MAN P 7 years ago

    BIG UP KAKA SUGU, HOPE U CAN DO BOTH. MUSIC AND MP. CONGRATS….

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