Darkie Fiction throws a lens on globalisation in the South African Music scene with “Little America”
Finding it disturbing how commercial music in South Africa sounds more westernised than local, duo @DarkieFiction document their quest to uncover the workings of the South African music industry with documentary "Little America".
THE COOL KIDS PROJECT IS DOCUMENTING ACCRA’S THRIVING CREATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SCENE In the last few years, there has been a massive shift towards entrepreneurship and creative arts in Africa. Many young people are pushing the envelope and doing amazing things but not much of it is being d
Many musicians don’t make money from their music. This is not a stirring revelation and in Africa, challenges are even more pronounced. As an independent musician in Africa with little to no financial backing, no friends in high places and no miraculous benefactor, it’s hard to put yours
Hip-Hop emerged in the House Parties of South Bronx, New York in the 1970s. DJs in the area began to focus on playing the percussive breakdowns of popular songs almost exclusively, eventually finding a way to extend the length of these sections by having multiple copies of the same record on two tur