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Congrats on Mahalia for her first release album! I’ve been following her for a while now and love her debut!

Also big congrats to Lafyette from episode #19 on his first release! His song We love, then leave” is on the playlist as well.

Until soon,

xxx, Ana

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#22: Rap for Refugees

#22: Rap for Refugees

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Heute ist Rap for Refugees Gründer Ata Anat zu Gast beim The Healer Hip Hop Podcast:

Im Dezember 2017 gestartet mit der Idee jährlich Festivals zu veranstalten, ist Rap for Refugees innnerhalb von nur einem Jahr zu einer festen Größe zur Förderung des interkulturellen Austauschs und der Diversität geworden in Deutschland. Als Werkzeuge dienen die Subkulturen des Hip Hop mit Rap, Beatbox, Hip Hop Tanz, Graffiti und DJing!

Über 50 Auftritte mit Workshops oder dem Kollektiv Rapfugees hat Gründer Ata Anat 2018 für Rap for Refugees bereits veranstaltet. Mittlerweile bietet der Verein an vielen Schulen Rap Ags oder Projektwochen in Beatboxen und Rap an. 

Das Projekt wurde auch innerhalb kurzer Zeit weit über die deutsche Ländergrenze hinaus bekannt. Im Juli 2018 veröffentlichte die UN-Flüchtlingshilfe folgenden Beitrag über Rap for Refugees:

Von Anfang an ist das Trio BSMG – Megaloh, Musa BlnNgrtd (von Episode 4) und Ghanaian Stallion treuer Unterstützer von Rap für Refugees und auf den meisten großen Veranstaltungen zu finden. Weitere Künstler sind Chima Ede, Disarstar, Sookee und Lia Sahin uvm.

Jeder Mensch ist ein Geflüchteter. Auch wir selber können Geflüchtete sein.

Ata Anat

Gründer Rap for Refugees

Ich habe mit Ata darüber gesprochen, wie er auf die Idee für Rap for Refugees kam, was seither alles passiert ist und was er für Pläne für die Zukunft hat.

Er hofft nun in naher Zukunft passende Sponsoren und Förderer zu finden, um auch weiterhin seine Arbeit fortsetzen zu können. Als gemeinnützige e. V. ist Rap for Refugees weiterhin auf eure Spenden und Stützen angewiesen. Infos dazu findest du hier.

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The Healer Hip Hop Playlist February 2019

Oprah, Kamala, Ava, Tarana and Lena Serena, Viola, Opal, Patrisse and Alicia You and me, are the chosen, right now, this is our moment We are a people of motion Our love’s gonna change the world India. Arie

What if

Welcome to A Month full of reminiscence

February has more celebrations than December: In Hip Hop, we celebrate Black History Month, Dilla Month and Valentine’s Day.

Black History Month

February is African History month and just in time, India. Arie published her latest album “Worthy” with a beautiful ode to African-American heroes:

The full album will be released on February 15 and if you can’t wait for more of India. Arie – like me! – go check out her Podcast Songversation where she talks in detail about her songs, new and old. I love it and it has inspired me to start a Songversation Podcast Series with Tansy Davis from Episode 2 of The Healer Hip Hop Podcast soon!

Dilla Month

February is also Dilla Month, celebrating the Life & Achievements of a Detroit Legend who was born on February 7.

J Dilla has produced a lot of the songs of the artists I listen(ed) to, such as Busta Rhymes, The Pharcyde, Erykah Badu, Common, De La Soul, Guru, Slum Village and many more. 

My favorite track of his is and has always been The last donut of the night, so you’ll find that on the Playlist.

Valentine’s Day

Lastly, the thing we celebrate in February that I care about least is Valentine’s Day. André 3000 best describes my feeling towards this day, so that one HAD to be on this month’s playlist 😀

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This is the last Playlist of 2018 and boy, what a year! There was so much amazing music released this year, that it was hard to keep up, even for me.

If you want to read a very good summary of this year’s greatest releases (while listening to my playlist 😉 go over to my girl Wanja Lange’s (from THHH Podcast Episode 3) page istillloveher.de and check out her articleBest Albums of 2018.

I love this month’s playlist so much and been playing it all day for the past weeks. Two songs I want to particularly point out and absolutely randomly both of them have to do with Brazil. Just listen to these two and you’ll see why!

One is Fabriccio’s song Amor e som which samples Erykah’s track Didn’t you know from her classic Mama’s Gun (need I say more):

Another song I want to point out is by Ill Camille and called Sao Paulo. I have just recently learned of Ill Camille and love her laid-back style. I couldn’t  agree more with the following description of her: 

The consistent blah-blah-blah of the mumble rap crowd, mixed with those deft lyricist and songwriters who keep us grooving seem to be everywhere. Only one, Ill Camille, the Compton-born, Los Angeles-and-Inland Empire-raised rapper + songwriter, has the innate gift of giving the ears exactly what they want. The “Jane-of-all-trades” caught my attention when she tweeted new work in the form of “São Paulo,” which would feature her alongside two of our faves: Rose GoldTDE‘s co-president Punch.

Kevito

Author at Okayplayer

Enjoy this music and have a stressful last month of the year, enjoy the holidays and see you next year!

Xxx, Ana 

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#04: Musa BlnNgrtd

#04: Musa BlnNgrtd

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Sierra Leone, ich bin einer dieser Region

In der heutigen Episode von The Healer Hip Hop Podcast unterhalte ich mich mit dem Berliner Rapper MUSA über seine deutschen und afrikanischen Wurzeln. Ich habe MUSA als erstes in Megaloh’s Song Oyoyo gehört. Dort singt er unter anderem folgende Lyrics:

Sierra Leone, ich bin einer dieser Region
Aber ich bin als Berliner geboren, preußischer Deutscher und Mende-Mandingo
Fühl mein Sound, sie fühlen mein Sound
Ich remix Schwarz-Rot-Gold, ich feature das Grün-Weiß-Blau
Mein Traum ist dort
Ich finde meine Wurzeln und ich Stammbaum mich fort”

In dem Interview reden wir darüber, welch verzerrte Wahrnehmung wir hier von dem roten Kontinent haben und seine Erfahrungen, die er aus der Zeit in seiner zweiten Heimat Sierra Leone mitgenommen hat. Außerdem reden wir über seine anstehenden musikalischen Projekte, die er zusammen mit seinen guten Freunden Megaloh und Ghanaian Stallion voraussichtlich noch in diesem Jahr veröffentlichen wird. Ihr findet MUSA auf Facebook und Instagram und natürlich auf Megalohs Album Regenmacher.

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