Burni Aman, best known as one-third of female rap group Godessa from South Africa, is in Europe to work on the Rogue State Alliance project. The exchange of hip hop artists from South Africa and Switzerland has already resulted in two albums and seven exchange trips. Together with mc Pan from Swiss group Who This Crew, she tells about the project and her work in informing secondary school youth how to get off the tick (crystal meth) or deal with friends or family who are addicted. And what happened to Godessa and the feature film they were shooting together with the producer of Hotel Rwanda? On the phone is Ashwin from Rootsriders who talks about the new Rootsriders single ‘Children cry’. Guest presenter this week is Amal.
In this new season, African hip hop radio on FunX Lijn5 is a weekly two-hour show, broadcast every Thursday from 8pm and available online as a stream or download from Friday. The last part of every hour is a non-stop mix by dj 360 (Bamba Nazar). Presentation is in Dutch while most interviews and guest features are in English.
MC Jean Gab’1 ft Tony Allen – Black
J Period & K’naan – Gentleman ft Bajah
Dr Oh No – The Pain (Ethiopium)
Rootsriders ft Giovanca – Children cry
Jitsvinger – Wat wiet jy
Pan Africans – Luv struck ft Aisha Marshall & Colonel Red
Driemanskap, Bensch, Black Tiger, Fetch – Abantwana (for the kidz)
Dj Threesixty Arab Week mix part 1
Burni, Pan, Soulty, EJ von Lyrik, Black Tiger – We can fly
Modenine – the journey so far pt 2
Zaho – Je Te Promets
Akil – Tahya Bledi ft Tunisiano & Aketo
Vieira – Rotterdamse Boombap
Rim K, Dry, Sefyu & Reda Taliani – La crise
Burni, Eavesdrop, Thais, Nilsa, EJ von Lyrik, Nthabi & Shameema – Me my girls & I
Dj Threesixty Arab Week mix part 2
October 30, 2009 (19:41)
This is very big project and a great initiative for HipHop. We would love to put this up on our website and share the news with the audience that currently graces http://www.magenge.co.za.
Might it be possible for us to exchange links with you guys so that we could interact more and spread word about each other’s websites. I feel strongly about this as we are both looking to grow HipHop within Africa. We can also talk about a lot of your insight on Magenge Radio (http://magenge.mypodcast.com).
Get at me, looking forward to hearing from you.
July 20, 2011 (06:27)
I didn’t witness this project’s outcome yet.Still i acn say that the songs will be great!
I luv hiphop,men!