Dialects of Hip-Hop

The song BRKN LNGWJZ by FOKN Bois is a song that really embodies the discussion revolving around the use of different languages in social settings.

143 M3nsa

Boundaries are meant to be pushed. Boundaries are usually created out of false norms and restrictive rules. Hip Hop oftentimes finds itself stuck in a

Fokn Bois and Social Commentary?

Ghanaian music group, Fokn Bois, comprising of  Emmanuel Owusu- Bonsu who is better known as Wanlov the Kubolor and M3nsa also known as Bondie Mensa

Hip Hop International – My Journal

Asa & M3NSA and Tupac’s songs, “No one knows” & “Keep ya head up” regard motivational reassurance to persevere through the difficult times that we

Gold Coast: A Playlist Recognizing the impacts of upcoming Ghanaian Hip Hop Artists on Social Issues

It takes immense bravery to write, produce, and perform one’s music. It takes even more to utilize one’s platform to speak about causes they are

Ghana & Senegal: Letters to the People

There are many types of hip hop songs: some sample old songs, some create their own back track, some tell a story and some send a

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