The Healer Hip Hop Playlist April 2019

Dreams

They come a long way

Not today

Solange

Dreams

I’ve been rocking this Playlist for a while now before I finally managed to upload it for you! This month I did something I usually don’t do: I added more than one song from several artists.

Artists I can’t get enough of this month

I listen to Solange’s ‘Binz’ and ‘Dreams’ from her latest release ‘When I get home’ all day. The same goes for my last Podcast guest IAmTruStarr‘s ‘Move’ and ‘Good to you’. As I said in the interview, his music is so diverse that I don’t even count him as one artist

Not waving, but drowning

Another artist I chose two songs of is Loyle Carner. I get so emotional every time I listen to his song ‘Sun of Jean’. It features both his Mum & Dad and the way his Mum talks about him and his ADHD makes my heart jump.

Loyle Carner has just released his latest album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ this month. It’s just as emotional as the songs from his last album and I added ‘Loose Ends’ which features Jorja Smith.

Berliner Negritude

Lastly, I added my favorite song from rapper Musa’s debut album ‘Berliner Negritude’: Treppenhaus.

I interviewed Musa back in May 2017. At the time he wasn’t sure, whether he would ever make his own debut. I’m so excited that he did and there’ll soon be another epsiode about it!

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The Healer Hip Hop Playlist March 2019

I’m in Lisbon, taking a long needed break from everything, but of course I had to prepare another Playlist for you and also for me to walk these beautiful streets here.

Thanks to the wait I could add Solange’s new song ‘Stay flo’ which is my favorite of her new album “When I get home” so far. Which one is your favorite?

And this month, I added three songs from my Podcast guests:

Musa with his latest release “Splitter”

TB Honest together with Vontskrilla “Mood” (definitely a mood for me ūüôā

Langa Mavuso’s Mvula

Enjoy!
Until next month with more music of The Healer Hip Hop

Xxx, Ana

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#22: Rap for Refugees

#22: Rap for Refugees

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Heute ist Rap for Refugees Gr√ľnder 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!

√úber 50 Auftritte mit Workshops oder dem Kollektiv Rapfugees hat Gr√ľnder Ata Anat 2018 f√ľr 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 √ľber die deutsche L√§ndergrenze hinaus bekannt. Im Juli 2018 ver√∂ffentlichte die UN-Fl√ľchtlingshilfe folgenden Beitrag √ľber Rap for Refugees:

Von Anfang an ist das Trio BSMG – Megaloh, Musa BlnNgrtd¬†(von Episode 4) und Ghanaian Stallion treuer Unterst√ľtzer von Rap f√ľr Refugees und auf den meisten gro√üen Veranstaltungen zu finden. Weitere K√ľnstler sind Chima Ede, Disarstar, Sookee und Lia Sahin uvm.

Jeder Mensch ist ein Gefl√ľchteter. Auch wir selber k√∂nnen Gefl√ľchtete sein.

Ata Anat

Gr√ľnder Rap for Refugees

Ich habe mit Ata dar√ľber gesprochen, wie er auf die Idee f√ľr Rap for Refugees kam, was seither alles passiert ist und was er f√ľr Pl√§ne f√ľr die Zukunft hat.

Er hofft nun in naher Zukunft passende Sponsoren und F√∂rderer zu finden, um auch weiterhin seine Arbeit fortsetzen zu k√∂nnen. Als gemeinn√ľtzige e. V. ist Rap for Refugees weiterhin auf eure Spenden und St√ľtzen angewiesen. Infos dazu findest du hier.

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The Healer Hip Hop Playlist Jamuary 2019

Welcome to 2019

This is it, this is a new day, a new chance at life and a new year full of music!

If 2018 has taught me anything than it’s that Maya Angelou is right:¬†

I’ve learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow.  

I’ve learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance.

Maya Angelou

Poet, Singer, Memoirist, and Civil Rights Activist

After struggling with my health for the best part of 8 years, my father has donated me his kidney in August 2018. As much as I’m grateful for this gift, I’ve always tried to be grateful for every day I had been given, no matter how hard it was. I made it my mission to show my gratitude by filling every day with as much joy as I can.

The one thing that brings me a lot of joy is choosing the songs for The Healer Hip Hop Playlists. I’ve had many years of not keeping up with music. Where I felt His Hop or Soul¬† Music is dead only because I didn’t take the time for myself to look for it.

So, here it is: my gift to you and me:

The Jamuary Playlist 2019

Jamuary is a month of growth for musicians of all kinds. These don’t only include those people who already make music, but also those who have an inner musician that is just waiting to come out! I’ve made the commitment in my interview with Anna-Liisa to finally publish my music I made about ten years ago.

Art heals

I want to encourage you to also take Jamuary as a month of growth, and take one little step to explore your inner musician or artist! Art heals and so does music. But actually creating music or art heals you even more, so let’s commit to that! I would love for you to share your songs and art with me!

Seek balance and energy

As usual, I want to point out two songs from playlist. One is the new single of Zambian-born, Botswana-raised and currently Melbourne-based female rapper¬†SAMPA THE GREAT.¬†It’s a very powerful ode to feminine energy in balance with the masculine, which I also talked about with Anna Liisa.

“This year taught me a lot about the balancing of self. We need to constantly replenish both the masculine and feminine aspects of our energy. This song and visual symbolises finding this balance, thanking those who have supported this journey so far and bridging the gap between BBEE9 and the new music to come in 2019.

Sampa the Great

Producer | Rapper | Artist

The other song I’d like to point out is “Die Uhr l√§uft” (The clock is ticking) by German Soul-Singer Adi Amati.¬†

Like energy, it’s an empowering song that encourages you to the energy that you’ve been gifted and to make use of it while you can.¬†¬†

Amen to that! New Year’s Resolutions aside (which I’m not a fan of anyway, may we all make good use of our energy in this New Year we’ve been given and let’s see what will come out of it. Until next month,

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 √ľber seine deutschen und afrikanischen Wurzeln. Ich habe MUSA als erstes in Megaloh’s Song Oyoyo geh√∂rt. 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
F√ľhl mein Sound, sie f√ľhlen mein Sound
Ich remix Schwarz-Rot-Gold, ich feature das Gr√ľn-Wei√ü-Blau
Mein Traum ist dort
Ich finde meine Wurzeln und ich Stammbaum mich fort”

In dem Interview reden wir dar√ľber, 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. Au√üerdem reden wir √ľber seine anstehenden musikalischen Projekte, die er zusammen mit seinen guten Freunden Megaloh und Ghanaian Stallion voraussichtlich noch in diesem Jahr ver√∂ffentlichen wird. Ihr findet MUSA auf Facebook und Instagram und nat√ľrlich auf Megalohs Album Regenmacher.

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#01: Intro

#01: Intro

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Lerne mich und meine ersten Interviewgäste kennen und sei gespannt auf die Interviews, die dich in den kommenden Wochen erwarten.

Meet my first interview guests:

Tansy Davis – coming to feed your soul with some Supersoul music
Wanja Lange – being a business woman in the hip hop industry
Musa BLNNGRTD – representing Sierra Leone as a Berlin Rapper
Calvin Bynum – von Voice of Germany zur eigenen Stimme
Monique Marie – celebrating life in the Land of the Living
Sina Paries – reconnecting with herself through music and ecstatic dance

For now, most of my first interviews are in German. Just be patient with me – I will interview more international guests in the future

#01: Intro

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#03: Wanja Lange

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#06: Monique Marie – Soulsinger from the Land of the Living

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