Artists

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The Rap Queen of Zimbabwe has a very assertive style, rapping incredibly quickly in the Zimbabwean language Ndebele. Dressed in her superwomen outfit she enters the stage and empowers people to take a stand against discrimination and sexual violence.

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Familie Bejarano & Microphone Mafia! Drei Generationen die ihre kulturellen, menschlichen, musikalischen und persönlichen Ansichten und Gedanken in einem Schmelztiegel verschmelzen lassen und den Zuhörern und Zuschauern ihre Sicht von Leben vorstellen.

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Chocolate Remix - the creator of "Lesbian Reggaeton" plays with and turns around the often sexist contents in her unique queer way and spiced the signature thumping rhythms & catchy melodies of Reggaeton with Cumbia and Elektro. It's the recipe for dancing.

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Detrend city rockers selectors play a rocking drum'n'bass mix. Electronic rock against capitalism, drum'n'bass for another world!

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!!! Hiphop with big fat crunchy, electronical bass beats and a Riot Grrrl Punk Rock attitude !!!
Drowning Dog - one of the most gifted rappers in politically minded hip-hop.

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After 16 great and intense years, Irie Révoltés stepped back from stage. The best wishes for all that there is still to come!!!

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Keyzuz turned the house upside on House Rules. One of the most talented and focused female DJs in Ghana she is changing perceptions about women who DJ. Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Grime, Trap and Future Bass are her weapons of choice.

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'End Of the Weak' World Champion in freestyle rap, best hip hop actress 2017 for the movie „Brooklyn“, but besides her incredible rap skills KT Gorique takes her audience on a journey from hiphop to dancehall to reggae. The King Kong in a mosquito body catches everybody with her strong stage presence and her deep humor.

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Five girls and a shit tonne of attitude: the tropi-punk rockers Las Kumbia Queers from Buenos Aires, are restyling the South American music scene: some call it tropical punk, others cumbianchera "cumbialoving" - the party is saved if this band enters the place!!

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The Cuban singer, rapper, flautist and percussionist Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, aka La Dame Blanche delivers a powerful and compelling sound which summons the spirits. She gives us a brilliant vision of the many ways urban contemporary sound can fuse with traditional music.

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After a short time of snoozing at the end of 2012, it is now time for La Phaze to grab the mike again, turn on the amps, plug back in the machines and get back on stage, guided by the image of a world going (too) fast without taking the time to see which way to go.

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Mal Élevé is one of the former singers of Irie Révoltés, who toured across Europe for over 17 years performing in 24 countries, leaving the stage in 2017 with a farewell tour with over 60,000 visitors.

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The Duo merges cumbia, kuduro, trap, tribal, dancehall, hip hop and balkan to their unique futuristic global bass. They shared the stage with Celso Piña, Bomba Estéreo, Pato Machete, Frikstailers oder Dengue Dengue Dengue.

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Unfinished Revolution - artists and activists in post-revolutionary Egypt: lecture and concert with Ramy Essam, Arabian Knightz and No Mil activists.

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Social empowerment through Hiphop, thats the message of the two chilean brothers Rodstarz and G1, backed by the fat beats of DJ Illanoiz!

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Sara Hebe is poetic, radical, feminist and impresses with her very unique cumbia-rap-punk-style that passes from hiphop, punk rock, carioca funk, dancehall, electro to cumbia.

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