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Native tongues : an African hip-hop reader / edited by P. Khalil Saucier.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Trenton, N.J. Africa World Press, c2011Description: xxiii, 330 p. ill. 22 cmISBN:
  • 9781592218370
  • 1592218377
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 782.421649096 22
Contents:
Introduction / P. Khalil Saucier -- Part One: African noise : mapping African hip-hop from the East, West, and South -- Rappin' Griots : producing the local in Senegalese hip-hop / Catherine Appert -- Rapping against the lack of change : rap music in Mali and Burkina Faso / Daniel Künzler -- Hip-hop political production in West Africa : AURA and its extraordinary stories of Poto-Poto children / Jenny F. MBaye -- Jua Cali-justice : navigating the 'Mainstream-underground' dichotomy in Kenyan hip-hop culture / Caroline Mose -- Colouring the Cape problem space : a hip-hop identity of passions / Remi Warner -- Part Two: 'We are Africans:' African hip-hop beyond the Motherland -- Hip-hop speaks, hip-life answers : global African music / Harry Nii Koney Odamtten -- Le Cauchemar de la France : Blackara's postcolonial hip-hop critique in the City of Light / J. Griffith Rollefson -- Part Three: The rap-up : conversations and interviews -- Putting two heads together : a cross-generational conversation about hip-hop in a changing South Africa / Shaheen Ariefdien and Marlon Burgess -- Bongo flava, hip-hop and 'Local Maasai flavors' : interviews with X Plastaz / Katrina Daly Thompson -- Part Four: 'Who shot ya?' African hip-hop in focus -- Photos from South Africa / Noelle Theard -- Photos from 'here' and 'there' / Magee McIlvaine.
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Introduction / P. Khalil Saucier -- Part One: African noise : mapping African hip-hop from the East, West, and South -- Rappin' Griots : producing the local in Senegalese hip-hop / Catherine Appert -- Rapping against the lack of change : rap music in Mali and Burkina Faso / Daniel Künzler -- Hip-hop political production in West Africa : AURA and its extraordinary stories of Poto-Poto children / Jenny F. MBaye -- Jua Cali-justice : navigating the 'Mainstream-underground' dichotomy in Kenyan hip-hop culture / Caroline Mose -- Colouring the Cape problem space : a hip-hop identity of passions / Remi Warner -- Part Two: 'We are Africans:' African hip-hop beyond the Motherland -- Hip-hop speaks, hip-life answers : global African music / Harry Nii Koney Odamtten -- Le Cauchemar de la France : Blackara's postcolonial hip-hop critique in the City of Light / J. Griffith Rollefson -- Part Three: The rap-up : conversations and interviews -- Putting two heads together : a cross-generational conversation about hip-hop in a changing South Africa / Shaheen Ariefdien and Marlon Burgess -- Bongo flava, hip-hop and 'Local Maasai flavors' : interviews with X Plastaz / Katrina Daly Thompson -- Part Four: 'Who shot ya?' African hip-hop in focus -- Photos from South Africa / Noelle Theard -- Photos from 'here' and 'there' / Magee McIlvaine.

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