The UK through the lens of The African diaspora

For this mixtape, I focused on the modern rap scene in the United Kingdom, more specifically England. All of the artists in the mixtape are

THE BLAACKBERRY PODCAST – COLORISM IN THE HIP HOP INDUSTRY

In this podcast two students in the Hip Hop in Africa class discuss colorism in hip hop scenes throughout Africa and the United States. Iesha

Breaking Societal Norms with the Beauties of Africa

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIWKhlJkANWnAmsSMzPKUOZX4yRK2cOHW The Playlist highlights a plethora of hip hop styles from the women of Africa. All the artists help break a prevalent and ubiquitous norm

Mixtape Assignment: the coming of the age of Unapologetic rap by woman in africa

The representation and presentation of women in hip-hop culture needed tremendous work. For years, hip-hop culture all over the planet has shunned and disregarded on

Connecting Your Worlds: Intersectionality

I grew up as a military kid. My ma and dad were in the military so even though they were separated, I was always on

Nigeria Speaks, Diaspora Speaks Back

Falz, Wale, Vector Tha Viper, Shaybo, Eva Alordiah, and ENNY: though all Nigerians, where these artists are based informs the way in which they talk

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