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This year marks the 25th anniversary of Germany’s Expolingua, a three day conference/trade show focusing on language learning, teaching and cultural exchange. This year, Expolingua was based in Berlin and attracted thousands of high school...

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Nneka beyond borders – an exclusive interview

September 29, 2012 | Comments

Nneka is a rare gem in the marketplace of wannabe neo-soul acts trying to capitalize on the resurgent sounds of yesteryear. Born and raised in the  Warri, in the Delta region of Nigeria, to a...

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In the Czech Republic, studying hip-hop culture on academic grounds is fairly new – as is the idea of using hip-hop as a tool for enriching the social sector. But one project is helping mainly...

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  The debate over Islam and hip hop in Europe is heating up as governments wade in.   By Hishaam Aidi (published first on Al Jazeera.com) New York, NY – Three months ago, just as the...

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Sichtexot is a relatively new label in Mainz, Germany, stepping away from the gangsta driven beats that dominated German hip hop last decade – these guys are back to samples and stripped down beats with...

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  A German-based Iranian is in hiding after his single was deemed an insult to a Shia Imam. In an interview, the artist says Tehran is instigating outrage—and he fears a fatwa. By Omid Memarian...

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by Anna Oravcova (for World Hip Hop Market) In late March, more than 100 beatboxers from 50 countries gathered in Berlin for the 3rd annual World Beatbox Battle Championship – the largest beatbox event in...

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This is the official video ‘snippet’ from the up-coming album – Terroristen Volk – by famed German producing team  Snowgoons. Who are Snowgoons? They are…founding members Det and DJ Illegal – who started the crew...

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The hip-hop dance play entitled ‘Faces’ will be performed in France and Germany to feature a dynamic, open and modern Vietnam with a rich cultural life imbued with traditional values. ...

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International Hip Hop – Best of 2010

February 13, 2011 | Comments

For me, I guess 2010 was the international year of the producer. Only a couple of emcees were really killing me album-wise, but a slew of top shelf producers gave us their opus – and...

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