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[27 Jul 2005 | No Comment | ]

Reborn Radio is taking African Hip Hop and R&B to a new height. So if you have an avid interest, love, and passion for African entertainment and/or being wondering when African are ever going to launch a radio station that play real hot African hip hop and R&B music then Reborn Radio is the place to be. Reborn Radio is a community radio station for the Pan African Diaspora community. The station will be launched next month and will serve as the most comprehensive African Entertainment station in the World providing the best music, news, interviews, and reviews on everything from African Hip Hop, R&B and Competition for artists. Still want to know more then check out the site www.rebornradio.com.

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[20 Jul 2005 | No Comment | ]

"Once the underground sound of New York City, hip hop has become the pop music of the world. Fans from Germany to Japan are listening to the likes of Nelly and 50 Cent, as well as their own home-grown artists who rap in the local vernacular. In South Africa, for instance, the big hip hop name is "Pitch Black Afro," a man with an enormous presence and a hairdo to match."  Listen to this feature at the following url (Real Audio Format) which was conducted at a Johannesburg Nightclub.  This feature comes from Here and Now and was aired on the 19th July 2005.

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[20 Jun 2005 | No Comment | ]

Back again for his fourth radio program, Semp Rok is set to hit the air as host of the new one hour radio show “The Return of the B-Boy” via the Miami-based The 305.com on HOOD Radio. Wednesday, June 1st marks the official launch of “The Return of the B-Boy” for all visitors to access online and new shows will be broadcasted every Wednesday thereafter. Expect to hear a blend of Hip-Hop, Soul, and the sounds of Miami, both new and old.

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[8 Mar 2005 | No Comment | ]

Nigerian-born, London-based JJC, frontman of Afropean hip-hop outfit JJC & 419 Squad and producer to UK R’n’B stars Jamelia, Liberty X, Big Brovaz and Lemar, looks at the rise and rise of African hip-hop in a new four-part documentary, The Music Feature: Afropop from Monday, 7 March on the BBC World Service (if you missed the first part you can listen to it again with BBC Radio Player online).

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[3 Mar 2005 | No Comment | ]

All Hip Hop artists with material which they would love to spread into the Namibian hip hop sector can now submit tracks. Read on for details…

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[2 Mar 2005 | No Comment | ]

The popular hip hop radio show tha Cypha has doubled its hours and will now be offering the Windhoek (Namibian) public four hours of hip hop, with the slogan, 4 seasons of hip hop.  The Cypha promises to deliver a broader range of hip hop for all types of heads.

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[19 Feb 2005 | No Comment | ]

Are you tired of the Music Industry telling you what you should like? Are you sick of the same old processed pop copies from the bowels of New York, L. A., St. Louis & Chicago’s tapped out music scene? Well you aren’t alone.

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[25 Jan 2005 | No Comment | ]

With 3 songs in the Top Ten (‘Die Ding Ruk Mal’, ‘Die Ding Ruk Mal – REMIX’ and ‘Oppie Yaat’), as well as reaching No 14 on the Top Artists Charts, Afrikaans Hip Hop group Kallitz are ruling the Internet airwaves on the London based Internet radio station www.last.fm.  Read on for entire story…

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[6 Dec 2004 | No Comment | ]

From Monday the 13th December until 17th December – Harambe on YFM will be dedicating a whole week to Le Club. We will have d.j’s and emcee’s coming through. Battles, hang out sessions too. Read on for more details…

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[11 Nov 2004 | No Comment | ]

The voice of Hip-hop can be found on on Nkqubela Fm (Kqfm97.0). The station is very new with 7 months on air with a couple of thousand listeners.

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[2 Nov 2004 | No Comment | ]

Afrikaans Hip Hop group Kallitz will be guests on YFM tomorrow, Tuesday, 2 November 2004 at 15:40. YFM will interview the band and play the hit single ‘die ding ruk mal’, making this Kallitz’ first Johannesburg appearance.

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[26 Oct 2004 | No Comment | ]

Thursday October 21 saw the longest Cypha session to date. Why? Because there was mad drama in the house. What was supposed to be an all girls nite “out” turned out to be a heated discussion about the boundaries of music.

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[25 Oct 2004 | No Comment | ]

A whole week of new local hip hop releases? From this week till 29 October, 2004 from 17h30 till 6pm stay tuned to 99.2 YFM as Harambe’s Bad Boy T, Lee & Sanza launch some of Mzansi’s most loved hip hop acts…

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[14 Sep 2004 | No Comment | ]

Thursday, 4 September 2004. Unam Radio 97.4. featured a double battle with X-rate Vs Kannibal and Mc Ekks Vs Lethal Ammunition of which we have on video tape. Read on to find out what went down….

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[24 Aug 2004 | No Comment | ]

Welcome back to what promises to be yet another semester of absolute Hiphocalypse magic. There are many things planned for this term on the Hiphocalypse. The Radio show is finally getting major international syndication deals going with German Public Radio and the University of Namibia (UNAM) Radio’s hip hop radio show “The Cypher“.