… with mixed musical influences
Ever wondered what Souh African Hip Hop would sound like?
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Cape Flats – Cape Town
Terror MC – Liberate yourself. High Quality version of the video for the first single off Terror Mcs 1st album. Lyrics in Afrikaans (Cape slang) and English. Filmed in Kraaifontein and Bishop Lavis townships (Cape Town), it shows people and places that are rarely seen on tv.
Terror MC is the illest Afrikaans language rhyme spitter on the Cape Flats, rocking crowds from township to township with his unique dexterity in the Afrikaans language. He is currently in the studio recording his debut album that will be released in 2008.
Track taken from the Planetary Assault compilation album. Music by Dplanet. Video directed by Mustafa Maluka, edited by Thomas Gesthuizen. Released by http://www.aevenger.com. Also see pioneerunit.com.
Originally published at fundraisingmusicevents.com
My name is Amb. Beatrice Ndung’u, founder of SEMA RADIO and Young MediaFoundation.
I am an African Development Ambassador. My primary objective as an Ambassador is to carryout and promote the Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s) among the youth. Young Media Foundation is a non-profit organization in Kenya, whose main mission is to offer a chance for young people to voice their cries and opinions to other people through our online radio station SEMA RADIO. Sema Radio is my initiative as an ambassador to give young people the tools and skills to make their voices heard. Sema is a Swahili word that means ‘say’ or ‘speak’.
We also create opportunities for children affected with cancer and HIV AIDS and are stuck in immense poverty with small chances of ever entering a school, by our project BRICKS FOR SCHOOLS, where we build classes in the rural areas in Kenya.
valentines day at Kenyatta National Hospital Cancer
in Kibera slum, Nairobi
in Kibera slum, Nairobi
- visit our website at youngmediafoundation.com -
The upcoming general elections in Kenya, electing the President, Senators, County Governors, Members of Parliament, Civic Wards and Women County Representatives, are scheduled for the 4th March, 2013.
In August 2010, Kenyans voted for a new constitution in a referendum, which led several artists and activists to run peace rallies throughout the country – among them Emmanuel Jal and Juliani – read here our interview from July 2011.
Picture by Michael Mutua. At 1pm on the 28 February 2011 Kenyans in Nairobi
Year and again, since the 28th of February 2011 at 1 pm (EAT) Kenyans stand united and sing all three verses of the beautiful and powerful National Anthem. Again on the 28th of February 2013, Kenyans will demonstrate that there is more that unites than divides them. 1 pm, 1 nation, 1 people, 1 anthem, united in 1 prayer for 1 Kenya.
For a review on the idea behind, read our article on last year’s Kenya28Feb initiative.
The worst thing to have happened to Africans is not the colonisation of our resources and people or the recent genocides; it is that our history has been stolen and hidden from us.
Pyramids of Meroe in Sudan
The Kingdom of Kush or Kush was an ancient African kingdom situated on the confluences of the Blue Nile, White Nile and River Atbara in what is now the Republic of Sudan. [...] Continue reading
With more than a billion people spread across 54 countries speaking more than 3,000 languages, Africa cannot – and should not – be limited to a single narrative. Africa Straight Up is a more complete story about Africa and its diaspora.
Share your personal story about Africa at Africa.com or on Twitter @Africa_com with the hashtag #AfricaStraightUp
WRITTEN AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY: Teresa Hillary Clarke
I produced my first film, Africa Straight Up, a dynamic “not your parents’ documentary” about the stereotypes confronting Africa, and an insider’s perspective on exciting developments taking place on the continent in terms of technology, business, education and government. The film is fun. The tagline is: Learn, chuckle and rock to the beat.
The following is a repost and adaption from Smart Monkey TV Issue No.6 / October 2012
Smart Monkey says:
Looking below the surface, Africa has some interesting subcultures that define themselves through either clothes or music.
I was having breakfast in Cape Town with Vincent Maher, Motribe (a company that build communities with its mobile social tools) a while back and he was describing the success of the company in building communities for sub-cultures globally like Goths and Emos. But in Africa one of his most successful communities was a football platform in Nigeria built for Guinness (just under a million users). Putting these two things alongside each other, the obvious question was where are Africa’s sub-cultures?
PRESS RELEASE - Kuona Afrika Expo 2012
Antwerp, BE – From 19 till 21 Oktober 2012, the Kuona Afrika Expo 2012 will take place in the Kinepolis Event Center in Antwerp. It is a tourism, trade and investment expo, trying to bring Africa and Europe closer together.
Kuona Afrika Expo 2012 is conceived as an international expo to promote tourism, trade and investment possibilities. The expo offers participants a unique platform for networking and creating new business relationships.
WELCOME TO THE KENYA28FEB
TODAY, on the 28th of February 2012 at 1pm (EAT) Kenyans will stand united and sing all three verses of our beautiful and powerful National Anthem. On the 28th of February 2012 Kenyans will demonstrate that there is more that unites us than divides us. 1pm, 1 nation, 1 people, 1 anthem, united in 1 prayer for 1 Kenya.
Images are a courtesy of Kenya28Feb/pictures, with the respective photographer named in the caption there, unless indicated otherwise by the watermark.
Please cite accordingly should you wish to use any of these.
To learn about the reasons behind Kenya28Feb read the blog entry of one of the initiators: Daudi Were
Much has been told about slavery in the US, while only a few people are aware of the high number of african descendants in Latin America.
Afrolatinos “The Untaught Story” is a documentary television series independently produced by Creador Pictures, LLC. This is the story of the estimated 200 million invisible afrodescendants currently living in Latin America. Afrolatinos is a seven part series in English and Spanish, that shows the rich culture and shares the contributions of the enslaved Africans who arrived to Central and South America.
Still today, gay people are facing persecution, various forms of discrimination and receive only little acceptance in societies, globally. Also, many African countries have laws criminalizing homosexuality. Some of us are simply “born this way”, while many if not most people are fantasizing about or maybe also experimenting with one or the other homosexual encounter. So what’s the big deal with homophobia? Why does homosexuality seem to scare so many people off? It often becomes a political debate – should our nation advance or restrict homosexual rights? What is the role of religious leaders in this debate? And why?
And most notably: What do you think? Feel free to comment or read through one or the other blog linked at the end of this entry below. Watch the vid and hear stories from people concerned.
Produced For REDD Kat Pictures
Camera: Abass Ismael
Each month, ACCRA [dot] ALT hosts The Talk Party Series, a monthly film and discussion series in Ghana where the dopest artists and creatives meet over good cinema, talk, food and music.