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Rabbit joins HHP and Wangechi in Tulia Tu, Wangechi joins VEVO

Some of our favorite emcees together come on one track in the brand new video ‘Tulia Tu’; not only Rabbit aka Kaka Sungura (Kenya) but also HHP (South Africa) kicking the vernacular verses…

Flying Colours Album Art - Hi Res

Shad: Stylin ✖ Flying Colours

Three years ago I got the chance to speak to Rwandan-Canadian emcee Shad at Manifesto, the interview you can view here. Since his last album (TSOL), Shad has worked on a couple of releases such…

Camp Mulla x M.anifest

Camp Mulla & M.Anifest – All In and other pan-African collabos

You probably know that Africanhiphop.com wholeheartedly supports pan-African collaborations. Luckily the multi national mixtapes that were born inside our forums are no longer the only works that combine emcees across the map. A…


Kenya to the polls: Ukoo Flani – Demonocrasy video

The mighty Ukoo Flani MauMau, Kenya’s hip hop crew spread across different regions and cities, are working on a new album which should come out later this year. On the occasion of Kenyan…


Kenyan female emcee Xtatic launches Prep Track video

Kenyan emcee Xtatic came out with a track that’s already got a lot of people looking out for her full album. The video ‘The prep track’ shows that as a female artist you…


Camp Mulla – Hold it down video shot in Nairobi’s CBD

A new video from Kenya by Camp Mulla for their ‘Hold it down’ single, a tribute to their city. If you set foot in Nairobi’s city center (CBD) you’ll agree that closing down…


OKOA Hip Hop – Tumechoka, a track speaking out against injustice

‘Tumechoka’ is is a hip hop collaboration done by various artists: Kidis (Tanzania), Silver (Mombasa), Ekori (Turkana), Skobo (Mombasa), Gasfyatu (Nairobi), Edu Mambo (Nairobi), Kevlexicon (New York) and Kaktus (Nairobi). They are some…


Khaligraph Jones – Everyday

His name already got some buzz in the Kenyan hip hop scene, and this video doesn’t disappoint at all. Khaligraph is a young emcee from Nairobi (Kenya) who released his first track in…


J’Mani Ft Collo & Lyra Aoko – Radio Love

Collabo between Kenyan rappers J’Mani and Collo with singer Lyra Aoko who released her own video last year with Wyre.


Keeping it real… my foot

One ought to be very careful when using the old gun HIP HOP. We need to re-define keeping it real. As the saying goes: perception is not reality. Am tired of listening and receiving below par rhythmic nonsense in the name of keeping it real. It’s about time we combated these lyrical fraudsters.

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