The podcast features discussions on African hip hop music & culture. The podcast is produced & hosted by Msia Kibona Clark and students in the Department of African Studies at Howard University and students in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.
The podcast features interviews and discussions with artists from all over the continent and the Diaspora. The podcast is unique in its format, and values in-depth discussions with people actively involved in hip-hop culture in Africa and the African Diaspora.
We have interviewed diverse artists, activists, and scholars on topics ranging from language, religion, gender, activism, and politics.
The podcast has released dozens of episodes, which are available on this site, as well as iTunes, Spotify, GooglePlay, Stitcher, and on most platforms you go to for podcasts. You can subscribe to the podcast and receive new episodes as they are released. We have recently released several video episodes on our Hip-Hop African YouTube channel.
HHAP Ep 79: Hip-Hop culture as a space where Black identities are negotiated and presented – Hip Hop African Podcast
- HHAP Ep 79: Hip-Hop culture as a space where Black identities are negotiated and presented
- HHAP Ep78: Eavesdrop on Cultivating Spaces for Authenticity in Hip-Hop￼
- HHAP Ep77: DJ Azuhl on Hip-Hop & DJing Culture in South Africa
- HHAP Ep76: FOKN Bois on Satire and Music as Social Commentary
- HHAP EP. 75: Skilled Rhymes and the Bordertowns on the Volta: Ghana’s Keeny Ice