Hip Hop Colony – A Film on Kenyan Hip-hop rocks around the world

“Kenya is not just about Lions, giraffes, and fast running men,… its also about Studios and Hip-Hop!”, says music producer Tedd Josiah, who was interviewed in a new documentary film, Hip-Hop Colony.  It is directed by Michael Wanguhu and set to be premiered around the world soon.  The film explores the emergence of Kenya hip-hop culture and its struggles to gain legitimacy. Shot on location, it features interviews and performances by some of the anchors of the new movement such as Bamboo, Kalamashaka, Mercy Myra, Nazizi, Wyre, Mau Mau Camp and the US-based Hardstone.


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