Ngeke Bengimele – Ghanaian Stallion & Awa Khiwe

Ngeke Bengimele which translates to “I Can’t Stand It”, is performed by Zimbabwean artist Awa Khiwe. This song, in particular, is a great example of

using politics to influence music: DADDY SAJ

Daddy Saj, born Joseph Gerald Adolphus Cole, is a rapper from Sierra Leone who uses his platform to call out political corruption and provide hope

Nasty C & T.I. – They Don’t

Instagram & Twitter: @nasty_csa Nasty C, whose full name is Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, is a South African hip-hop artist. He released a song in

M.I. Abaga’s unapologetic stance on the state of contemporary Nigerian Rap

Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, is known on the music scene for its Afrobeats genre boasting a lot of Africa’s music heavyweights including Burna boy,

Samuel Sonnyboy Tubman : Liberian Rapper “Scientific”

Scientific was born in Bong County, Liberia but he grew up in Ghana in a refugee camp due to the first and second civil wars

The Rise of a Prospect: Shane Eagle

     Shane Eagle, a twenty-one year old Johannesburg Hip Hop artist, is one of the most prominent rap potentials in the South African music

1 2