South African Hip-Hop, Zambia’s White President, African Spirituality and Art

Jared Ball

In this week’s edition of iMiXWHATiLiKE! we heard from the Beat Bangaz South African Hip-Hop mixtape and talked with Nana Kwabena Brown and Martin Sin about their work in African psychology, art and heard from them and our brother Andile Mngxitama about Guy Scott, Zambia’s new (and temporary) white president. Musically we heard from Head-Roc, The Cornel West Theory and J. Rawls ft. Sadat X and Wise Intelligent.  Our engineer Mike Nasella hooked up our intro with a clip from Yasiin Gaye.

One thought on “South African Hip-Hop, Zambia’s White President, African Spirituality and Art

  1. Marvin Sin stole the show . It seems like sisters & brothers like Sin almost operate covertly in the community. Brother Sins summation of the Guy Scott situation was geo-political education, right on point.

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