Battle Of The Year Nigeria 2019

You don’t wanna miss this!
Brace yourself for yet another Hip Hop Dance Battle action as Battle Of The Year Nigeria 2019 Brings Da Ruckus

Come watch the best B-boy Crews from across the country as they compete for the spot of the number One B-boy Crew in Nigeria.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival

The Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival and Conference is seeking submissions for performers and presenters for their 15th annual event to be held at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, on March 26-29, 2020. This year’s theme is “15 Years of Hip Hop: Past, Present and Future”. This year, the festival is honoring the roots of hip hop as a vehicle of empowerment and resistance for marginalized voices while celebrating how hip hop has also dynamically changed as a movement through time. Looking back in order to step forward, this 15th year’s focus is to honor the foundations of hip hop as well as to celebrate the artists that keep hip hop alive. We invite all artists from around the world to celebrate the roots, seeds, and branches of hip hop as we honor how it has existed, developed, mobilized, and sparked change throughout the decades.

Today @ Apple Workshop on Hip Hop Lyricism in Washington, DC

Howard University professor Msia Kibona Clark, Ph.D., from the Department of African Studies, will host a “Today at Apple Workshop” on June 12, 2019, from

2 Post-Docs in Global Hip Hop Studies in Ireland

Two Post-Doctoral Researcher posts in Hip Hop Studies, are available at the Department of Music in the School of Film, Music, and Theatre at University College Cork.

We look to hire two Post-Doctoral Researchers with specialization in the hip hop cultures of any world culture region(s) outside of Europe and North America. Especially welcome (but not necessary) will be hip hop scholars with specialisms in two or more cultural/musical/linguistic areas (e.g. Japanese and Mandarin; Wolof, French, and Arabic; Spanish, Tagalog, and English).

Hip-Hop in Africa: Prophets of the City and Dustyfoot Philosophers

Hip-Hop in Africa: Prophets of the City and Dustyfoot Philosophers by Msia Kibona Clark  Throughout Africa, artists use hip-hop both to describe their lives and to create shared

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