Vol. 6 Nbr. 3, September 2013
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- Representing Africa! Trends in contemporary African hip hop.
- The struggle for hip hop authenticity and against commercialization in Tanzania.
- Urban Guerrilla Poetry: the movement Y' en a Marre and the socio-political influences of hip hop in Senegal.
- "Chant down the system 'till Babylon Falls": the political dimensions of underground hip hop and urban grooves in Zimbabwe.
- From Compton to Cape Town: black(faceless)ness and the appropriation of gangsta rap in Die Antwoord's "Fok Julle Naaiers".
- The Hip Hop Revolution in Kenya: Ukoo Flani Mau Mau, Youth Politics and Memory, 1990-2012.
- Swag' and 'cred': representing hip-hop in the African city.
- Hip hop music as a youth medium for cultural struggle in Zanzibar.
- Troubling the trope of "rapper as modern griot".
- "The Blueprint: The Gift and The Curse" of American hip hop culture for Nigeria's millennial youth.