Paul Ndiho’s on Hip Pop movement in Africa


Hip pop movement in Africa
Hip hop, which started as a music and a culture in new York in the 1970s, was a product of inner city life and has historically been the voice of the black inner city youth. But it has deep Jamaican and African roots, which can be seen in the rawness of its beats and the rhythm of its lyrics. VOA’s Paul Ndiho has the story

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