New video for the Congolese AIAC favorite Lexxus, recorded in Kinshasa, featuring the Kinois rapper LeslyMan.
This summer’s Fuse ODG #ANTENNADANCE competition (“one person controlling the other using azonto movements”) courtesy of the Antenna smash hit resulted in some wild entries (Google it; H/T Jacquelin Kataneksza). Above: #TeamLONDON. And more good moves in the video for Congolese artist Lexxus Legal’s ‘Petits Congolais’ (off his “music record for kids”):
Rounding up some music videos we’ve been tweeting over the past weeks, this is your Friday Music Break. Produced by the hardest working rapper in Kinshasa, Lexxus (that’s him in the video, scouting for new talent in Kinshasa’s streets), ‘Bo tia K’ is the first outtake from Bawuta Kin’s upcoming album Ba Wu. Great video too. […]
Thomas Gesthuizen, known by followers of Africanhiphop.com as Juma4, has been running the number one African Hip Hop site and radio show in the world for a few years. The site, which has had various incarnations over time, has included a lively forum for African Hip Hop heads, as well as a radio show webcast […]
New video for Congolese rapper Lexxus Legal’s ‘Espoir’, featuring Djabi. Recorded in Johannesburg (Nelson Mandela bridge: check), there is some serious, ehm, face-dropping going on here: Miriam Makeba, Che Guevara, Diego Maradona, Joachim Löw, Robinho (or is that Ronaldo?) … and I’ve probably missed some others. Dig it.–Tom Devriendt