Tag: spoken word

Caleb Femi: Lines From LDN

  Afropean’s Tommy Evans connects with Caleb Femi, The Young People’s Laureate for London. A poet, educator, photographer and filmmaker, Caleb effortlessly synthesises the verbal and the visual, addressing ideas and issues ranging from Grime music to black masculinities in his sui generis style. Caleb has captivated audiences from the

Poetic Unity: An Interview with Ragz CV

Afropean’s Tommy Evans converses with Ragz-CV, the visionary founder of non-profit organisation Poetic Unity and an accomplished spoken word artist, as well as a former ambassador for The Alzheimer’s Society. In 2016, Poetic Unity supplied alternative education and recreational projects for over 3000 young people, facilitating 60 events as well

Thou Daddy by Black Moses: Afropean Anthems – 4

It’s 1998, welcome to “Thou Daddy” from Swedish hip hop group Black Moses’ self-titled debut album. Details on Black Moses are quite hard to come by (all we’ve found is this fb page), but “Thou Daddy” tells us that Black Moses were as good as anyone (except for maybe M. Ndegeocello)

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