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Bocafloja is a rapper, poet, spoken word artist, and outspoken social communicator from Mexico City, Mexico. His new album, Patologias del Invisible Incomodo, dropped this past February. Here we have the first in a series of sixteen videos that are planned to go along with the album.
“Patologias del Invisible Incomodo is a concept album, where the interconnection and interdependence between each track means and includes a musical experience and discourse. This is not a collection of singles.”
Whether in the role of front man for world-music band Soulfege, hosting an award-winning TV show, or creating a better business model for independent artists, Derrick Ashong is just trying to communicate.
This track shows a different perspective of one of the most talented mc’s in Genova (Italy) ever: Lure. Lure is part of the Italian supergroup Zero Plastica. “Come fai” means “How can you do that?” and is a love song that shows Lure’s most intimate side. He raps here about a very passionate relationship with a girl that treated him very badly and made him suffer for a long time. Produced by MarcoG.
Persoonlijk is a rapper of Dutch/Turkish/Kurdish decent. After sustaining an injury which prevented him from pursuing a career in professional basketball, Persoonlijk turned to his love of music and discovered his ability to rap between Dutch and English quite articulately.
This is second official video from the “Eetzakelijk” EP.
21 is a song of a young Cape Verdean who is becoming a man and questions his identity by telling the story of the people who suffered at the forgotten concentration camp for the sake of his generation.
Toronto ON-2012 marks Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence, Stolen From Africa celebrates the cultural contributions of Jamaica and the African diaspora with a free multilingual compilation of Roots Reggae, Hip-Hop and R&B.
International representation of artists include: Tarrus Riley(Jamaica) Nate (London UK) Rich Kidd (Toronto/Ghana) Reema Major (Toronto/Sudan) Awadi(Senegal) JRDN (Halifax) Ian Kamau (Toronto/Trinidad) M1 of Dead prez (USA) Nomadic Massive (Montreal, Haiti, Chile, France, Argentina, Algeria,) Shing Shing Regime (Hamilton) Donisha Prendergast (Bob Marley’s Granddaughter-Jamaica) Voodoo Souljah’s(Columbia) Quanche (Toronto/Dominican republic) Protoje( Jamaica) Kymani Marley(Jamaica) Jah9(Jamaica) Tru Paz (Toronto/Jamaica) KDB (Toronto/ Ghana) Eyezon (South Africa)
Fair Play is a global competition for original songs by young bands (18-35 years) on the theme of anti-corruption. Read more about FairPlay.
‘Reveil/the Awakening’ is a critical look at the condition of Alesh’s mother country, released in a time where many popular artists refrained from any political comments, instead recording songs in favour of Joseph Kabila’s presidential campaign. Read more
Une vie, une douleur, une victoire (a life, a pain, a victory) was recorded in various studios across Ouagadougou in 2010; and on a shoestring budget. Tracks like “Ce que l’on pense” are a perfect example of Ken and Kiz’s commitment to political insight, as well as their artistic symbiosis.
You will be hard pressed to hear pair of artists who live and breathe hip hop to the extent that these two emcees do. Ken and Ngongull have sacrificed their homes, their lives–everything– for hip hop. Their persistence and desire to remain politically active and outspoken at all costs is synonymous with being devoted emcees. With their latest release Poetes Fyziks are giving new definition to the phrase “and ya don’t stop!”
DJ Plain View released his debut LP — Globalize: Hip-Hop from Around the World —
in 2010, featuring collaborations with 13 emcees from countries across Asia, the Middle
East, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Joining the Nomadic Wax team the following
the year, DJ Plain View has collaborated closely with filmmaker and Nomadic creative
director, Magee McIlvaine, providing original scores for short documentary films on
overseas youth hip-hop culture. Always on the lookout for new lyrical and musical
collaborators, DJ Plain View is now working on his sophomore release, due out on the
Nomadic Wax label in 2013. He lives in Washington, DC.
This track is an introduction to Outspoken & The Essence and the group's own interpretation of hip-hop. It is a conversation starter to the double album release, which will come out on May 16 (2013). The track speaks on rapper Outspoken's influences growing up and where his focus remains today. 'The SlaveMasters Whip' represents the duality of taking control of his own future, but in doing so, inevitably having that future control him; drive and determination thus becoming his own master.