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Award winning musician and prolific Rap Artist, Ghana’s Kwaw Kese has featured on many tracks with African artists. In 2007, he released the album, Abodam 2007 his biggest hit yet. He scored a big hit with the...

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Soulja Boy to perform live in Ghana

May 10, 2013 | Comments

American Hip hop act DeAndre Cortez Way better known by his stage name Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em, or simply Soulja Boy, has included Ghana in his African Tour this year and is set to headline...

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An Associate Professor and Director of the African American and African Studies of the University of California, Davis – Halifu Osumare has authored a book chronicling the Hiplife revolution in Ghana. The book, titled “The...

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African hip-hop is recreating America

October 4, 2012 | Comments

Capacity of Africans to beat Americans at their own game has not escaped US hip-hop’s megastars by Afua Hirsch (The Guardian [UK]) These days if you want to get away from US hip-hop’s big bling, Moët overflow...

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Life of a Hip Hop Emcee (Ghana)

October 2, 2012 | Comments

Emceeing is a product of hip hop, which is gaining grounds globally it is in view of this that Ghone television decided to help grow the industry in GH by coming up with the Next...

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By Carol O’Connor, Ph.D.   Goin’ worldwide, connects overseas Mississipi on my mind while I’m grindin’ for the cheese – Stunna Mane, feat. Kwaw Kese Although hip-hop may most frequently be viewed as a dynamic...

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By World Hip Hop Market (sources:  www.bellanaija.com, OkayPlayer, BET) The 2012 BET (Black Entertainment Television) Awards nominations are now in. Stephen Hill, President of Music Programming and Specials (BET Networks) made the announcements on May 22 at...

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World Hip Hop Market is proud to announce the call for entries for the 3rd edition of the Fair Play video competition. Artists are invited to submit anti-corruption videos to the Fair Play website from...

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This article appeared originally in Capital – a New York-based online news publication BY CRAIG DUNCAN On March 27th, New York was going to get seriously rocked by one of the most provocative hip hop outfits on the...

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