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 as ‘melancholy and the infinite shadness‘ and ‘the spring up’ to keep his fans entertained while he works...
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From the underground of Ugandan hip hop comes this video by MC Cane Babu with Young Starz Basagalamanya Squad. This is his first video, shot by Dutch director Jurre de Beer in Ntinda, an area of Kampala where Cane Babu grew up. Cane Babu doesn’t have an online presence...
Luga Flow Army is a group of five members from Uganda who started working together in 2011. They rap in Luganda, Swahili and English. Each member is a lyricist in his own right – Burney mc (2011 music and entertainment young achievers award winner), Cyno MC (2010 End of...
We love East African collabos, and here’s one between betmaker Eric ‘Onasis’ Omondi and Ugandan emcees Sylvester, Lady Slyke and Skinnie. You may remember Sylvester from his work with Abramz (the UG hip hop anthem ‘Lemelako’). ‘Weyise Bulungi’ is a call to stay humble, whether or not you’re successful...
Even though we celebrate women everyday and firmly believe that African women run most of the African economies (lets feed the world more stereotypes), I would like to use my first blog post since a decade to praise some grand African female artists. We’ve already promised you that we’ll...
African hip hop pioneers Zimbabwe Legit surprised with a pan-African posse cut on their album ‘House of Stone’. Now they’re back with a new multi emcee cut. For now an exclusive spin here at Africanhiphop.com: ‘Over here’ ft Silas (Uganda), Ardamus (DC), Moussa (Senegal) and Doom E Right (Zim...
The latest video by Ugandan hip hop duo Sylvester & Abramz: ‘Kyendi kyendi ‘ (I am who I am) continues on the path of their hit single ‘Lemerako’. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9RfrhcoK7U
Sixton productions went out and interviewed the African Rebel Movement: M'anifest and Krukid.
Regime Change (NYC/Haiti), Negus World Order (Haiti/France), Saba Saba (Uganda), Narcy (Iraq), and Dola from (Tanzania). Directed by 3rdi.
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