Our collective remembers Mkhululi Kusta. His contributions for the caravan and on the caravan were immense and we thank him for his work and words.
Eish akwamnkeleki intliziyo zethu zinxunguphele can’t bring myself to accept that this great soul a hip hop legend a strong comrade a father n a gifted lericist .
R.I.P mkhululi khusta sijora umzabalazo uyaqhubeka nkokheli
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Chances are, if you are anywhere near the Detroit music scene, or are a true school global Hip hop head, you know about the influential hip hop trio that makes up Slum Village. The group was founded in the early 90’s by 3 childhood friends: Baatin, T3, rapper and producer J Dilla, who all grew up together in the Conant Gardens neighborhood of Detroit, MI. After leaving Pershing High School, the trio began to forge a path into the Detroit underground hip hop scene and quickly found themselves steadily gaining popularity.
DJ Alisha B and radio host Elzabieta Kozmicki got to sit down with T3 and RJ and chop it up about the groups tribulations, tour life and Hip Hop.
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July 10, 2015
Contact: Anele Selekwa, +27 83 5121003
15 ANGOLAN ACTIVISTS ARRESTED – RELEASE THE #ProcessoDos15
“Who speaks the truth ends up in a coffin / what sort of democracy is this?” —lyrics by Angolan Hiphop Artist MCK
The Afrikan Hiphop Caravan (AHC) strongly condemns the Angolan state’s perpetual brutal crackdown on protestors and dissent.
On Saturday, June 20th, the Angolan government arrested 15 activists for allegedly plotting to overthrow the 36 year-long rule of president Jose Eduardo dos Santos. The corrupt MPLA-led government is known for extreme violent and brutal tactics to silence youth protest movements. Continue reading