Tag: Da L.E.S.
“All Eyes On Me”
“All Eyes On Me” is another song about the upbringing of the South African rapper, AKA’s, thriving music career. Here, he partners with other African artists—Burna Boy, JR, and Da L.E.S—in an upbeat dance song. The video shows the four men hosting a pool party, flashing their fancy lives and lots of money, girls twerking
Da L.E.S Speaks Society instead of Soweto
The Hip Hop culture that flows out of South Africa is one which echoes, in its highest frequency, the political and social voices of the people. Messages against injustice, and those which ask for revolution and reformation, are a common topic of conversation for most south african rappers. Of course, this only makes sense when
Hip Hop: South Africa vs America
Hip Hop in America began in the Bronx as an organic art form that developed out of expression of one’s life and hardships. Hip hop transitioned into a means of social activism throughout the years through the civil rights movement and Jim Crow in America. There is a parallel between hip hop in the U.S.