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Listen- Musical letter to the so-called “revolutionaries” and Marxists #Hiphop #Raptivism

    An open letter in rap form to the so-called “revolutionaries” and Marxists who fight one form of oppression but continue to uphold other forms of oppression with their misogyny and homophobia. An Indo-German collaboration with production by the… Continue Reading →

Rhymes for a Reason #Raptivism #Protestmusic #Hiphop

Despite his blingy alias, Ashwini Mishra, also known as A-list, is taking rap back to its political roots, says Richa Kaul Padte Richa Kaul Padte 15-06-2013, Issue 24 l t Hip-hop journalist Ashwini Mishra Photo:Andrea Fernandes “It’s so damn fake, we act so holy when… Continue Reading →

Cuban Hip-Hop Group Las Krudas Embraces Feminism

By Fari Nzinga WeNews guest author Sunday, February 17, 2013 Las Krudas is part of an art movement in Cuba created by black feminists, says Fari Nzinga in this essay in the anthology “Getting In is Not Enough.” But like… Continue Reading →

BOYCOTT New Year 2013 at Bristol Hotel Gurgaon, rapper Yo Yo Honey singh – who sings ” Choot” (cunt) #Vaw

 Rapper Honey Singh has been a chart-topper this year, and two of the five most-searched for videos on YouTube for 2012 were his songs. The rapper’s misogynistic and deeply-troubling lyrics are unacceptable now to thousands in a country that is… Continue Reading →

Mumbai- the city that never sleeps, the city that never speaks…. #musicalactivism

  I am proud to share the new contribution of friend and rapper  Ashwini Mishra  aka  @alistrap in the field of Musical Activism  called ‘ Mumbai– ‘City Of Gold’ [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgTf1fAKOZs&feature=player_embedded] Ashwini Mishra  a.k.a A-List, has been a rap artist and performer since… Continue Reading →

Let me tell you a story of this place Naxalbari

A capella version of Naxalbari at the poetry open mic that won the first prize, recently . A cappella music  (Italian for “in the manner of the chapel”  )is vocal music or singing without instrumental accompaniment, or a piece intended… Continue Reading →

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