Afrikan Hiphop Caravan Collaborations

by soundz of the south

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The Afrikan Hiphop Caravan is an annual project run by grassroots Hiphop Activist Networks spread across the continent and the Afrikan diaspora. Its vision is to build a strong and united Afrikan Hiphop Movement and its mission is to establish a cohesive network of Afrikan Hiphop Collectives with strong ties to like-minded organisations worldwide.

The 2015 edition occured to a backdrop of increased police brutality against Africans in America and xenophobic violence against Africans in South Africa and Mozambique. Once again the Hiphop community globally is being challenged to confront the living ghost of racism and the phantom of Afrikan self-hate.

At same time Hiphop activists in Angola have been detained by authorities for their work in advancing freedom of expression, freedom of association and freedom of assembly.

In Zimbabwe the abduction and continued disappearance of activist Itai Dzamara has prompted renewed calls for freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.

Moreover, across the continent poor and working people are struggling to survive under harsh economic policies. Thus, this project seeks explore ways of uniting working class communities against self-hate and institutionalised racism, preserving Hiphop activists’ freedom of expression, association and assembly, and mapping out ways of sustaining community livelihoods through Hiphop activism.


released July 27, 2017

The participating collectives, which currently include Soundz of the South (Cape Town, South Africa), Uhuru Network (Harare, Zimbabwe), Okoa Mtaa Foundation (Arusha, Tanzania), Asrafo Records(Lome, Togo) and Liberal Ent.(Nairobi, Kenya)

Project remastered by Massimo Meneghetti
and Dojo



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soundz of the south Cape Town, South Africa

The Soundz of the South (SOS) is an anti-capitalist cultural resistance movement working with activists who use hip-hop and poetry to spread revolutionary messages, raise consciousness and critique neo-liberalism.

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Track Name: Khusta, Mic Crenshaw, Ran D, MC Bugle - Amandla
Mkhululi "Khusta" Sijora: Vocals
Ran D Msanii: Vocals
Mic Crenshaw: Vocals
Judge Black Duo: Vocals
MC Bagol: Vocals and Nyatiti
Sol-Étienne Labesse: Drums
Ons Barnat: Bass, Keyboards, Guitars and Percussions

Organic Hip-Hop moving across borders, Amandla ("Power to the People") features South Afrikan artist Khusta, US legendary Hip-Hop artist Mic Crenshaw, and 3 MCs from Nairobi: Ran-D, Judge and McBagol.

Recorded in Nairobi, Kenya and in Montréal, Canada

Mixed and Mastered by Étienne Tremblay from La Machine À Mixer

Filmed by Douglas Rori and Ons Barnat

Produced by Ons Barnat
Palanka - Nomadic Recording Studio
Remastered by Massimo