Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ Ed Roberts Campus


Tiny - Posted on 06 July 2019

Tue, 07/09/2019 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Krip Hop Nation Presents Africa To U.S.A @ Ed Roberts Campus

Address: 3075 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA 94703

Since it’s beginning in 2007 Krip-Hop Nation has been growing their connection in Africa. Through online and international disability arts festivals, Krip-Hop Nation has grown in Africa from chapters in Uganda under Ronnie Ronnie to helping a single father of two disabled daughters to get wheelchairs also in Uganda to many many interviews of disabled musicians like award winning Prudence Mabhena in Zimbabwe before her Oscar win to Staff Benda Bilili in the Congo before they took US by storm.

The big opportunity that really planted roots in Africa was the 2016 Krip-Hop Nation’s A Journey to the South Tour where we teamed up with South African journalist, Simon Manda who started THISABILITY NEWSPAPER in South Africa to tour 13 cities in South Africa of December of 2016. Now in July 2019 Krip-Hop Nation adds to the 2016 tour by hosting this summer, July 2019, the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival where disabled musicians from Africa will coming to the Bay Area to perform network and plan for other events and to create future projects.

On top of the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival, Krip-Hop Nation has teamed up with South African disabled Hip-Hop artist, 2J Harmonix under his companies, G2G Promotions & Spirit Bass Media to put out a CD entitled, BRIDGING THE GAP: African artists with and without disabilities that has eighteen tracks and will be part of the tour.

This tour and CD adds to the ongoing Krip-Hop work in Africa and has sparked other partnerships like with Looks Matoto of South Africa who is an artist in the theater, a poet and activist with a disabilities under his company, LooksAbility where we have been working on a book and their own festival in South Africa entitled, The Bam’ Isandla Sam Disability Festival meaning Hold My Hand in December of 2019 will be first of it’s kind.

This CD is first of it’s kind with musicians with and without disabilities who have work throughout two years on Facebook to bring this CD to the finish line.

Krip-Hop Nation will put on Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival 2019 in July. We will be releasing Krip-Hop Nation African CD at the same time!

Venues, July dates and time so far but still looking for more free venues:

 

Since it’s beginning in 2007 Krip-Hop Nation has been growing their connection in Africa. Through online and international disability arts festivals, Krip-Hop Nation has grown in Africa from chapters in Uganda under Ronnie Ronnie to helping a single father of two disabled daughters to get wheelchairs also in Uganda to many many interviews of disabled musicians like award winning Prudence Mabhena in Zimbabwe before her Oscar win to Staff Benda Bilili in the Congo before they took US by storm.

The big opportunity that really planted roots in Africa was the 2016 Krip-Hop Nation’s A Journey to the South Tour where we teamed up with South African journalist, Simon Manda who started THISABILITY NEWSPAPER in South Africa to tour 13 cities in South Africa of December of 2016. Now in July 2019 Krip-Hop Nation adds to the 2016 tour by hosting this summer, July 2019, the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival where disabled musicians from Africa will coming to the Bay Area to perform network and plan for other events and to create future projects.

On top of the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival, Krip-Hop Nation has teamed up with South African disabled Hip-Hop artist, 2J Harmonix under his companies, G2G Promotions & Spirit Bass Media to put out a CD entitled, BRIDGING THE GAP: African artists with and without disabilities that has eighteen tracks and will be part of the tour.

This tour and CD adds to the ongoing Krip-Hop work in Africa and has sparked other partnerships like with Looks Matoto of South Africa who is an artist in the theater, a poet and activist with a disabilities under his company, LooksAbility where we have been working on a book and their own festival in South Africa entitled, The Bam’ Isandla Sam Disability Festival meaning Hold My Hand in December of 2019 will be first of it’s kind.

This CD is first of it’s kind with musicians with and without disabilities who have work throughout two years on Facebook to bring this CD to the finish line.

Krip-Hop Nation will put on Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival 2019 in July. We will be releasing Krip-Hop Nation African CD at the same time!

Venues, July dates and time so far but still looking for more free venues:
Since it’s beginning in 2007 Krip-Hop Nation has been growing their connection in Africa. Through online and international disability arts festivals, Krip-Hop Nation has grown in Africa from chapters in Uganda under Ronnie Ronnie to helping a single father of two disabled daughters to get wheelchairs also in Uganda to many many interviews of disabled musicians like award winning Prudence Mabhena in Zimbabwe before her Oscar win to Staff Benda Bilili in the Congo before they took US by storm.

The big opportunity that really planted roots in Africa was the 2016 Krip-Hop Nation’s A Journey to the South Tour where we teamed up with South African journalist, Simon Manda who started THISABILITY NEWSPAPER in South Africa to tour 13 cities in South Africa of December of 2016. Now in July 2019 Krip-Hop Nation adds to the 2016 tour by hosting this summer, July 2019, the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival where disabled musicians from Africa will coming to the Bay Area to perform network and plan for other events and to create future projects.

On top of the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival, Krip-Hop Nation has teamed up with South African disabled Hip-Hop artist, 2J Harmonix under his companies, G2G Promotions & Spirit Bass Media to put out a CD entitled, BRIDGING THE GAP: African artists with and without disabilities that has eighteen tracks and will be part of the tour.

This tour and CD adds to the ongoing Krip-Hop work in Africa and has sparked other partnerships like with Looks Matoto of South Africa who is an artist in the theater, a poet and activist with a disabilities under his company, LooksAbility where we have been working on a book and their own festival in South Africa entitled, The Bam’ Isandla Sam Disability Festival meaning Hold My Hand in December of 2019 will be first of it’s kind.

This CD is first of it’s kind with musicians with and without disabilities who have work throughout two years on Facebook to bring this CD to the finish line.

Krip-Hop Nation will put on Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival 2019 in July. We will be releasing Krip-Hop Nation African CD at the same time!

Venues, July dates and time so far but still looking for more free venues:

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