“Rhythm & Poetry” is a phrase we are all familiar with; and many believe that it is the original meaning for the acronym RAP. Rap music and poetry have borrowed from each other for years with elements such as lyricism, meter, word play and rhythmic execution playing a vital role in both art forms.
“If you have the paper behind your name, you don’t have to prove that you are capable of getting the job done, you are simply relied on because you have the qualification,” he says.
“Being a woman in this industry is impossible, it is either money or sex,” singer, songwriter Kuchicola opens the door into the adversity she has had to face as a woman in the entertainment industry where woman are constantly sexualized and expected to sacrifice their dignity and their bodies in order to prosper as entertainers.
There is a field of untapped and unscathed musical artistry buried in the heart of uMzimkhulu in KwaZulu-Natal and our guest on this week, D.O.X RSA is determined to take all the support and knowledge he has collected back home
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