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SXSW 2013 Guide to Global Hip Hop

March 12, 2013 | Comments

If you are at SXSW this year, you have a chance to check out some amazing international hip hop groups. Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Catch on of my favorite Candian MCs, Wordburgler, tonight at Flamingo...

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Jerusalem’s Hadag Nachash releases new single ‘A Complaint against Israel’s Parties’, putting music to lyrics written by legendary songwriter Meir Ariel. By Ron Ben-Tovim(Haaratz [Israel]) With an election season more noteworthy for its freakish weather...

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Urban Desert Holy Land Hip-Hop

November 11, 2009 | Comments

The hip-hop bravado of Soulico, the Israeli DJ collective, comes with an undercurrent of adorable self-consciousness. Although the members are veterans of the business, they seem surprised by their breakthrough with an album and an...

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Olympia, Wash., native Eprhyme delivers a fast and furious song, championing Judiasm on the dancefloor....

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The politically soaked title track from "Viva la Guantanamera," a five-song EP by the Hip Hop Hoodios, is more than a hollow attempt at activism by a crew best known for celebratory Jew-tunes such as...

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Hasidic rapper Nosson Zand credits the kids at the Egmont Street Projects in Brookline for introducing him to hip-hop....

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Jewish rapper Y-Love will highlight this year's young Jewish music festival....

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A Muslim-Jewish hip hop collective are performing at LSE as part of an interfaith week which aims to bring out the common cultural links between religions. ...

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Light Em Up (Hanukkah Worldwide)

January 12, 2009 | Comments

by “Old School G” Greg Schick It’s true I have not heard much Jewish hip hop since I saw Y-Love perform in April of this year. But now the emcee Max!m!l from the group Regime...

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Just looking through Youtube for anything else from the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival that took place last April (2008). Here’s a few tidbits to whet your appetite for the ’09 festival. Some bits from...

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