The Case of Arabic Hip Hop 5th Edition

4 October 2016 - 4:45pm
Event

Event date: 15 October 2016 20:00 - 1:00

Location: Student Central, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY

The Case of Arabic Hip Hop is back for a special 5th edition with an all stars line up from Palestine, Syria, Lebanon & Tunisia!

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-case-of-arabic-hip-hop-5th-edition-tickets-27796328567

War on Want is excited to be supporting this exciting event hosted by our friends at MARSM UK.

Presenting some of the Arab world’s finest hip-hop and underground artists and music, these nights are dedicated to celebrate the lyrics, message and spirit that has helped launch this contemporary Arabic music scene onto a global platform. For one night only, these artists and DJs will come together in London for a spectacular performance showcasing the finest Hip-Hop and rhythms the Arab world has to offer.

For the 5th edition we are thrilled to have some of the leading voices in the Arabic Hip Hop scene including Shadia Mansour (Palestine/UK), Malikah (Lebanon) & Eslam Jawaad (Syria), Palestinian poet and spoken word artist Rafeef Ziadah as well as Ramallah Underground's producer and MC Stormtrap Asifeh. On the decks Tunisia's best - Dj Missy Ness joined by our host for the night Fedzilla (Chile/Germany).

More details on facebook. See you there!

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