Woke Tunes – Quarantine Edition: Dive in to a thoughtful discussion on the impacts of North African Hip Hop on first generation Americans. You’ll get to hear from two of my friends an Algerian American and an Egyptian American.
“La Case Del Mouradia” Ouled El Bahdja: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHZviPhZQxs
“Liberté” Soolking (feat. Ouled El Bahdja): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTAH-AqYm48
“Kima Hak” Lotfi DK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLGd8I1v7o_WLapLgfF4TtE5zmIHvo0ai9&v=zukjirNWikI&itct=CAcQxjQYAiITCNCbzoTDpdYCFYS_nAodSEUFqTIKcGxwcF92aWRlb1okVkxQTEdkOEkxdjdvX1dMYXBMZ2ZGNFR0RTV6bUlIdm8wYWk5&gl=US&client=mv-google&hl=en&app=desktop
“Sout Al Horeya” Amr Eid, Hani Adel, Hawary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fgw_zfLLvh8
Audio Credit: Audio Nautix
Featured Image: “Musicians from the North” by Asayaw Osahene Asante, this image shows traditional North African instruments held by musicians. He says “Traditional instruments create interesting tunes, especially when they are made from natural materials.”
Ouled El Bahja: https://www.instagram.com/ouledelbahdjaofficiel/?hl=fr