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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 past Thursday, March 29th marked the kick off event for the 7th Annual Trinity College International Hip Hop Festival, held in Hartford, CT at Trinity College.  World Hip Hop Market was a proud co-sponsor...

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Trinity College International Hip Hop Festival, 2012 (Trailer) from Nomadic Wax on Vimeo. Founded in the spring of 2006, the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival was created to combat the disunity, segregation, and violence of...

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Managing Editor Jackson Allers has been documenting the rise of the Arab hip-hop movement for 5 years including here on WHHM. As this year came to a close, and things began heating up in Egypt...

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Voice of the Streets is a non-profit event that brings together key dissident rappers from Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Palestine for the first time...

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Palestine first and most well known hip hop group DAM (Da Arabian MCs) will return to the USA for a sixth time. Their tour will coincide with many screenings of the award winning documentary Slingshot...

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Farhan Abu Siyam, 21, is Nahr al-Bared’s first and only rapper. Going by the name of MC Tamarrod (which translates as MC Rebellion), he grew up in the Palestinian refugee camps of Nahr al-Bared and...

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On a recent evening in Gaza, a dozen rappers and their friends and families relaxed, danced, smoked flavored tobacco, and rapped the lyrics to some of their songs....

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Hip Hop is a universal language

May 19, 2009 | Comments

The members of DAM (Da Arabian MC's) were born and grew up in the slums of Lod, a mixed town of Arabs and Jews, just outside of Jerusalem.Their music is a unique fusion of East...

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18-year-old founder of Pelestinian hip hop crew Black Unit Band says that as years of conflict between Israel and the Palestinians brought nothing but more pain and suffering, more people are becoming believers of peaceful...

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