Hip Hop African Podcast

By Department of African Studies, Howard University

The podcast features discussions on African hip hop music & culture. The podcast is produced & hosted by Msia Kibona Clark and students in the Department of African Studies at Howard University and students in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. You can access all of our podcasts and blog posts on hip hop in Africa at www.hiphopafrican.com.

  1. 1.
    HHAP EP. 63: Gigi Lamayne on Representation & Dismantling Respectability Politics
    51:09
  2. 2.
    HHAP Ep. 62: Sensai T8 and The HIPHOCALYPSE Fort-Knights Podcast
    33:46
  3. 3.
    HHAP Ep. 61: An African Hip Hop Palaver
    1:26:32
  4. 4.
    HHAP Episode 60: The Dope Saint Jude Episode
    45:20
  5. 5.
    HHAP EPISODE 59: Moonaya on Dakar’s hip hop collectives, hip hop Pan Africanism, & Western imperialism in Africa.
    59:21
  6. 6.
    Hip Hop African Podcast Episode 58: The Tanzanian and Diaspora Artists Behind The Lounge Tanzania Mixtape
    1:07:49
  7. 7.
    HHAP Episode 57: Octopizzo on Hip Hop, Refugees, and POlice Brutality in Kenya
    55:58
  8. 8.
    HHAP Episode 56: Lord Ekomy Ndong on Gabonese Hip-Hop & French Politics
    41:21
  1. 9.
    Mixtape: In the Pocket: South Africa’s Spittas
    5:43
  2. 10.
    Hip Hop and Chill with Ife, Fatima and Itohan
    23:43
  3. 11.
    Hip Hop Hour: Review of God Decides by Tellaman
    16:44
  4. 12.
    HHAP EPISODE 55: HIP HOP PALAVER, V.2
    1:08:17
  5. 13.
    HHAP: Episode 54: A conversation with MC Jahi from Enemy Radio
    56:10
  6. 14.
    HHAP EPISODE 53: Hip Hop Palaver, v.1
    49:33
  7. 15.
    HHAP Episode 52: Medusa, Navigating Hip Hop in Tunisia & France
    50:55
  8. 16.
    HHAP Episode 51: Roma Mkatoliki, Challenging Hip Hop Activism in Tanzania
    38:23
  9. 17.
    HHAP Episode 50: The Mixtape Episode P. 2
    42:11
  10. 18.
    HHAP EPISODE 49: Mikko, on Being a Hip Hop Journalist and Curator of The Planet’s Rap
    47:52
  11. 19.
    HHAP Episode 48: Elom 20ce on The Role of Hip Hop in the Struggle for Pan Africanism
    55:33
  12. 20.
    HHAP Episode 47: Lola Monroe, Representing Ethiopia in Mainstream American Hip Hop
    28:56
  13. 21.
    HHAP Episode 46: Rwandan-Canadian MC, Shad, on the Evolution of Hip Hop
    39:25
  14. 22.
    HHAP Episode 45: Phlow, Navigating Hip Hop & Representation in Nigeria
    44:47
  15. 23.
    HHAP Episode 44: From Gabon to the US: Ya Minko on his Experiences in American Hip Hop Culture
    52:55
  16. 24.
    HHAP Episode 43: Hip Hop and Activism in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Part 2
    43:20
  17. 25.
    HHAP Episode 42: Hip Hop and Activism in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Part 1
    42:34
  18. 26.
    HHAP Episode 41: Teck-Zilla Talks Hip Hop, Str8buttah & Afropop Breakbeats
    32:25
  19. 27.
    HHAP EPISODE 40: Modenine Shares His Views on Hip-Hop Culture and Industry in Nigeria
    38:16
  20. 28.
    HHAP EPISODE 39: Rap Radio’s Bionic on Hip-Hop in Nigeria
    22:43
  21. 29.
    HHAP Episode 38: Keko on Hip-Hop V. The Politics of Sexuality in Uganda
    24:49
  22. 30.
    HHAP Episode 37: Mohamed Benloulou on hip-hop, politics, & (Black) liberation in Algeria
    33:12
  23. 31.
    HHAP Episode 36: Blitz the Ambassador on His Art, Purpose, & Representation
    32:23
  24. 32.
    HHAP Episode 35: From Queens to Dar: Fete Jen on Hip Hop & Lyricist Lounge Tanzania
    31:43
  25. 33.
    HHAP Episode 34: Reggie Rockstone on the Pan African connections with Ghanaian Hiplife & Hip Hop Culture
    37:41
  26. 34.
    HHAP Episode 33: The Evolution of M.anifest, from “Immigrant Chronicles” to “God MC”
    36:51
  27. 35.
    HHAP Episode 32: Wakazi Bringing Bilingual & Bicultural Elements to Tanzanian Hip-Hop Culture
    48:24
  28. 36.
    HHAP Episode 31: Wachata Crew on Graffiti & Hip Hop Culture in Tanzania
    35:10
  29. 37.
    HHAP Episode 30: Hip Hop Producer Duke on Boombap & Hip Hop Production in Tanzania
    23:00
  30. 38.
    HHAP Episode 29: Ghanaian Hip Hop Scholar Joseph Ewoodzie on Hip Hop in the South Bronx
    1:02:14
  31. 39.
    HHAP Episode 28: Politics & Hip Hop from the Children of Sundiata
    36:32
  32. 40.
    HHAP Episode 27: Laura Lora on the Politics of Gender & a Ghanaian American Identity
    42:31
  33. 41.
    HHAP Episode 26: Hip Hop Studies at Black Universities in the U.S.
    1:13:52
  34. 42.
    HHAP Episode 25: Klein Fortuin on Hip Hop in Mitchells Plain & Rock the Mic
    31:22
  35. 43.
    HHAP Special Episode: Hip-Hop in Africa Book Talk
    55:22
  36. 44.
    HHAP Episode 24: Free Speech, Censorship, and Protest in China and South Africa
    49:20
  37. 45.
    HHAP Episode 23: Uganda’s Ruyonga on African/African American Relations, Black Panther, Politics, and Christianity
    54:51
  38. 46.
    HHAP Episode 22: Thiat of Keur Gui on Hip Hop and Activism Beyond Senegal
    53:03
  39. 47.
    HHAP Episode 21: Yugen Blakrok on Hip Hop Lyricism & the Black Panther Project
    54:59
  40. 48.
    HHAP Episode 20: Nazlee Saif on Hip Hop, Sexuality, Race, & Protest in Cape Town
    47:25
  41. 49.
    HHAP Episode 19: Quentin Williams on Multilingualism & Hip Hop in South Africa
    1:13:05
  42. 50.
    HHAP Episode 18: Meyniak On Hip Hop, Poetry, & Politics in Zimbabwe
    34:14

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