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Hip-Hop Activism: Lecture 3

Posted on: July 4th, 2014 by stat1628 No Comments
DJ Ready D debates the cultural imperialism hypothesis.

  Lecture Three of UCT Summer School’s Hip-Hop Activism lectures debates hip-hop activism and cultural imperialism. We use a remark made by Shaheen Ariefdien in a 2002 interview as a point of entry into our discussion:   “I use this example of where you have strings, right? Like Mozart, or whatever … they might use [...]

Hip-Hop Activism: Lecture 2

Posted on: May 1st, 2014 by stat1628 1 Comment

    Lecture Two of UCT Summer School’s Hip-Hop Activism lectures takes a closer look at hip-hop’s entry into Cape Town two decades ago. We pose the question, “What sort of subversive black nationalist work was already being produced by the time Prophets of da City emerged in the early 90s?”   DJ Ready D [...]

Hip-Hop Activism: Lecture 1

Posted on: April 17th, 2014 by stat1628 No Comments
DJ Azuhl wrecking the decks mid-lecture...

    If you missed the Hip-Hop Activism lectures on Cape Town TV this week, catch the first lecture from the four-part series right here. The lectures, which placed a special emphasis on Prophets of da City (POC), went down at UCT Summer School in January this year.   The hip-hop activism lectures mark twenty-one [...]

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