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Dumi RIGHT ft. OutSpoken & MC Pep – Are you ready for this

Dumi RIGHT, first known for being half of the early nineties rap duo Zimbabwe Legit and more recently active with his group OUO, is about to drop his solo album ‘Connect the dots’…

Meta Dia

Senegalese singer Meta Dia grew up in Dakar listening to Gregory Isaacs, Bob Marley, James Brown and Senegalese traditional music on the radio. At a very young age he discovered his desire to…


100% African: I-20′s video reppin’ the motherland connection

You may have come across the occasional forum topic trying to identify American artists who were born in Africa, or whose parents came from Africa. The obvious inclusions like Akon, Jean Grae, Wale…


Blits the Ambassador – MTVu Houseband series

Can’t say much about this one right here, all I know that it is something to look out for. Coming soon!!


Blitz the Ambassador and St@tic

A promo made for MTV2  which features Blitz the ambassador and St@tic. The theme for Blitz’s album is St@tic, a man dressed up in a black suit with a boombox as a head,…


A new Zimbabwe Legit posse cut (listen!)

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…


Rich Medina & Bobbito: the Connection

Fresh off the plane, Bobbito and Rich Medina had a weekend to spend in Amsterdam on the occasion of the Hudson year celebrations between NYC and Amsterdam, for which they were invited to…


African Rebel Movement

Sixton productions went out and interviewed the African Rebel Movement: M’anifest and Krukid.


Regime Change, Negus World Order, Saba Saba, Narcy, Dola – Connect

Regime Change (NYC/Haiti), Negus World Order (Haiti/France), Saba Saba (Uganda), Narcy (Iraq), and Dola from (Tanzania). Directed by 3rdi.


Bongo Barbershop

You may know Balozi as Dola Soul as a member of the legendary Deplowmatz, one of the first rap groups in East Africa to hold it down in the mid nineties. Balozi lives…

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