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by Andrew Bridge (for NomadicWax.org) Since Hip-hop’s inception in the Bronx during the 1980s, and even more so since the turn of the century into this new millennium, the keen observer would have noticed the overwhelming...

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  WASHINGTON DC – Tabi Bonney remembers hearing his music on the radio. First came the elation. Then a crush of attention from fans and industry types. Then a tiny panic. He called more-seasoned rappers...

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Originally appeared in StarAfrica.com A hip-hop artist calling for a revolution might sound like business as usual, but when the country in question is the West African nation of Togo you have to admit the...

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The below YAO BOBBY excerpt is description from the Diaspora Mixtape Series – an international collaborative mixtape featuring MCs, DJs, producers and vocalists from around the globe. Diaspora was created by WHHM partner – Nomadic...

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Global Hip Hop: The Best of 2011

January 5, 2012 | Comments

by Greg Schick (for World Hip Hop Market) I’ve said it before, that every year is a good year for global hip hop. Thousands of albums are released every year and from those you can...

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