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Al Agami

Al Agami (født Julius Robert Aleni Agami den 6. marts 1972) er en afrikansk rapper og skuespiller. Agami er statsløs flygtning under FN-beskyttelse og bor i Danmark. Hans far er kong John Bart Agami, som var konge af Det Centralafrikanske kongedømme Lado indtil han måtte flygte fra diktator Idi Amin da Agami var tre år.[1] Han er er bror til Kuku og Joseph Agami, der ligeledes er rapkunstnere.

Som rapper har Agami både optrådt som solokunstner samt medvirket i forskellige projekter. Han debuterede dog som soloartist med rap-albummet Covert Operations i 1993, der året efter blev hædret med en Dansk Grammy for "Årets Danske Rap/Dance Udgivelse". Samme år udgav han under konstellationen Blachman Thomas meets Al Agami & Remee rap/...

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Makadem (KE)

After completing my high school education at Jamhuri High School in 1992, armed with French, I became a tour guide based in Mombasa. Having been born a musician, I began substituting guiding with musical performance for tourists in Diani Beach Hotels, the latter surpassing the former. By 1999, I had recorded my first single Mr. Lololova a reggae song that branded me. I curtain raised for Maxi Priest in the Beats of the Season. By 2000, I found a sponsor for an album of ten tracks, but due to lack of full payment to the producer, my album never saw the light of day. I carried on and performed with Awilo Longomba during the last Beats of the Season. In 2001,2002 and 2004, I curtain raised for Gregory Isaacs, Mighty Culture, and Glen Washin...

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Soweto Kinch (UK)

Soweto Kinch is a jazz composer and arranger, alto saxophonist, and rapper. He was born in London in 1978, but brought up in Birmingham, where he is still based.

On graduating with a degree in Modern History from Oxford University, he joined Tomorrow's Warriors; and in 2001 made his recording debut (on the Jazz Jamaica album Massive), and formed his own trio.

His two albums to date, Conversations With The Unseen (2003) and A Life In The Day Of B19: Tales Of The Tower Block (2006) combine bebop-style jazz with elements of hip-hop, soundscapes and spoken dialogue. The latter album, as the title suggests, is a concept album about life in Birmingham, the narrative of which is to be continued on his next album, due out ...

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