Mensa and Wanlov a.k.a. Fokn Bois are hip hop artists from Ghana, Accra. Wanlov also did a show for African Hip Hop Radio when he lived in the USA. Together with Mensa he is the star in an upcoming pidgin language musical ‘Coz Ov Moni’. The movie showcases their musical talent and gives you a look at what they go through from day to day just to battle the challenges within the society.
Coming soon into your eyes and ears, apparently the short film has already been accepted into a couple of film festivals around the world (and perhaps our own African Hip Hop festival in July). Watch the trailer:
April 27, 2010 (01:24)
you guys are great, i saw the youtube short vid, it’s cool and can’t wait to see you at the national theater. long live wanlov, long live m3nsa….cool guys…;)….
May 2, 2010 (20:26)
Charley i dey feel the whole peagon movement. U guys dey do the real music. ppl for start dey appreciate u guys waaa cuz u dey stay true to the roots and still dey make better music. almost everybody dey fit relate to. keep it up guys. fuad.sbw.nimavibes all day!
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May 21, 2010 (14:34)
hey guys great music ! I really get into this fantastic and what i can say is mind blowing..you guys take my heart away..
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i love all kind of music indian hip hop, uk usa irish, brazilian, spanish and african..kunal shimla india
May 21, 2010 (19:12)
wanluv i dey die 4 u ma lord ,i dont even knw wat to say now ba i dey rest ma comment for another tym ,all de best n ma regards to mensa i luv u guys hope to meet u ppl soon n in person,jah guide
June 4, 2010 (20:28)
Saw the movie. It’s really a big step in African hiphop. GH,stand up!!
July 22, 2010 (03:09)
Parabéns pela caminhada.
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August 19, 2011 (16:23)
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