Legendary artist Bas is the product of Sudanese immigrant parents making the rapper Sudanese American. He is most well-known for his affiliation with the Dreamville record label, and his popular tracks such as “Night Job” and “The Jackie”. Bas has served as an excellent example of African rappers that are not based within their country
Flippter, AKA Loay Karim, embodies the spirit of the Sudanese Revolution in his latest music video, “Hatred”. Released on Feb. 16, the video has received over 67,000 views and 400 comments in just ten days. The aforementioned revolution refers to a series of protests that have swept across Sudan since the mid-December against the corrupt
Popular Sudanese rapper, roTation, attempts to make Sudan slang cool in his latest single, “Randaka”. “Randaka” is a Sudanese word that refers to a brand of slang that involves flipping the letters of a word to only be understood by certain people. Similar to pig-Latin, it is the scrambling of words to create verbal code.