Call for papers, essays, or poems for a new book project on movements around Black women’s lives in Africa and the Diaspora. We also welcome submissions from and about Black women poets & MCs.
Representation and roots are the foundation for hip hop. Without representation, hip hop would arguably not exist. Further, with culture, comes language. So when Shadrach Kabango, also known
“Skepta” Joseph Junior Adenuga is a popular Grime rapper, songwriter, record producer and music video director based in London and originating from Nigeria. He is
Toussa Senerap—who’s name is a play on the French “Tous ça,” or “everything,” and an agglomeration of Senegal and Rap—plays an interesting consciousness in her
Looking at the state of the female hip hop scene in Nigeria, there has clearly been a sharp drop in quality and quantity of content
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