This video features poets and spoken word artists; art is the center of a nation. Sesay visits the Serekunda Market for inspiration and organizes the Mboka festival. "Irki" embodies the color and vitality of life in The Gambia. (Credits)
Iain Robinson discusses winning the Hip Hop Indaba Freestyle Emcee Battle Championship. The Flatfoot Dance Company combines rap and dance at the University of Natal. Hip hop is about recovery after making mistakes and putting yourself out there.
Poetry is therapy. Udobang discusses how "Def Poetry Jam" and Bassey Ikpi inspired her to become a spoken word artist; "Transitions" explores generational stories between mothers and daughters. Ake Books and Arts Festival in Nigeria owns Ouida House.
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A poet in The Gambia starts a festival to develop local writers; a South African spoken word artist fuses poetry with Hip-Hop; a Nigerian poet inspired by the streets of Lagos.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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