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Hip Hop and Social Change in Africa [electronic resource]: Ni Wakati

edited by Msia Kibona Clark and Mickie Mwanzia Koster
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Lanham, Maryland ; Boulder ; New York ; London : Lexington Books, [2014]
Language
English
ISBN
9780739193297 (cloth : alk. paper), 0739193295, 9780739193303 (electronic), 0739193309
Contents
  • Hip hop halisi : continuities of heroism on the African political landscape / Caroline Mose
  • Building our nation : Senegalese hip hop artists as agents of social and political change / Sheba Lo
  • Speaking truth to power : hip hop and the African awakening / Amentahru Wahlrab
  • Malian hip hop : social engagement through music / Amkoullel L'enfant Peulh
  • How hip hop impacts social change in Africa / Malle Marxist
  • Redefining the struggle : remembering the Mau Mau through hip hop music / Mich Nyawalo
  • Hip hop, youth activism, and the dilemma of colored identity in South Africa / Shaheen Ariefdien and Rico Chapman
  • Beyond Y'en A Marre : Pikine's hip hop youth say "enough is enough" and pave the way for continuous social change / Asligul Berktay
  • Gender representations among Tanzanian female emcees / Msia Kibona Clark
  • Hip hop and social change in Uganda / Slim MC
  • Tanzanian MCs vs. social discourse / Mejah Mbuya
  • From the Great Island to the African continent through the western world : itineraries of a "return to the origins" through hip hop music in Madagascar (2000-2001) / Klara Boyer-Rossol
  • The musicscapes of a country in transition : cultural identity, youth agency, the emergent hip hop culture, and the quest for socio-political change in Sierra Leone / John Idriss Lahai
  • Hip hop and Sheng in Nairobi : creating identity markers and expressing a lifestyle / Katharina Greven
  • Afterword : Reflections on Ni Wakati : hip hop and revolution / Kamau Ngigi
  • Appendix : Le hip hop malien ou l'engagement social áa travers l'art / Amkoullel L'enfant Peulh.
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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