celebrate the female braggadocio

From the outsider’s gaze, hip hop is at times seen as monolithic and is trivialized by the outsider’s perspective – labelled as materialistic, unnecessary, and

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

“Take care in your dreaming” The Avalanches ft Sampa the Great – The zambian native making musical strides in the australian diaspora

Sampa the Great is a Zambian hip hop artist that gained traction and success as a member of the African diaspora, specifically in Australia. A

Sampa The Great’s Representation of Blackness in “Final Form”

Sampa The Great raps about the process of growth in her 2019 song “Final Form.” The Zambian Australian rapper includes references to ‘Black Power’ and

sampa the great: omg

Sampa The Great‘s “OMG” is a celebration of women and womanhood. Throughout the song, Sampa The Great uses lyrics that amplify the strength, beauty, and

Sampa the great: time’s up ft. krown

Sampa The Great‘s Time’s Up featuring Krown is an expressive song that highlights the extreme racism within the music industry. Sampa and Krown use explicit

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