maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

maghrabiyya:

let’s just appreciate traditional tuareg hairstyles for a second

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“I’m also a killer. I’ve killed a lot, and if I need to I’ll kill a whole bunch more. If you don’t want to get killed, don’t show up in front of me.”
Actual quote from Ferguson “law enforcement” officer and 35-year police veteran, Dan Page. But hey, let’s keep focusing on all those unreasonable “looters and rioters” (via staininyourbrain)

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ghdos:

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sexcretaryofstate:

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Sabrina. Bra Specialist.


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sexcretaryofstate:

Sabrina. Bra Specialist.


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sexcretaryofstate:

Sabrina. Bra Specialist.


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sirl33te:

sexcretaryofstate:

Sabrina. Bra Specialist.


She’s bad.
troyesivan:

mandycreates:

kethera:

coconutcoconutcoconut:

youneedmeoryourenothing:



#actors who are actually their character

the greatest casting ever.

Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.

Follow your dreams Rupert

I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.

‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short. I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”
It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.

this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ
troyesivan:

mandycreates:

kethera:

coconutcoconutcoconut:

youneedmeoryourenothing:



#actors who are actually their character

the greatest casting ever.

Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.

Follow your dreams Rupert

I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.

‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short. I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”
It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.

this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ
troyesivan:

mandycreates:

kethera:

coconutcoconutcoconut:

youneedmeoryourenothing:



#actors who are actually their character

the greatest casting ever.

Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.

Follow your dreams Rupert

I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.

‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short. I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”
It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.

this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ
troyesivan:

mandycreates:

kethera:

coconutcoconutcoconut:

youneedmeoryourenothing:



#actors who are actually their character

the greatest casting ever.

Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.

Follow your dreams Rupert

I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.

‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short. I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”
It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.

this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ

troyesivan:

mandycreates:

kethera:

coconutcoconutcoconut:

youneedmeoryourenothing:

#actors who are actually their character

the greatest casting ever.

Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.

Follow your dreams Rupert

I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.image

‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short.

I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”

It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.

this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ

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alexandraelle:

It’s rare that I fall in love with artists after ONE listen BUT this young Queen @kehlanimusic is literally EVERYTHING.

yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      
yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 
yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 
The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.
Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 
Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.
Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 
The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.
The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.
Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               
The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.
All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.
      

yoyotinz:

#GbobalorHipHop at ChaleWote 2014 

yoyo tinz had a great showing at the fourth edition of the Accra [dot] Alt-produced Chalewote Street Art Festival held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014. 

The air around the yoyo tinz stand –which was stationed at the Bible House in James Town- was ever typical of a festival: hip-hop lovers dancing, bopping their heads and rapping along to rap songs that were in steady supply courtesy of djs Keyzzz and Vim Tinz.

Dance crew, Golden Stars officially kicked off the Gbobalor hip-hop festivities with a processional dance performance that depicted the death and rebirth of hip-hop in Ghana. 

Then there were activities such as the live beat session with BeatMenace and the ‘scratch’ session with Dj Vim Tinz and U-Beatz, which contributed to making worthwhile, every minute spent at the Bible House.                                                                                                                                                  What would have been a yoyo tinz station without graffiti? Using DJ Vim Tinz’s hip hop set as inspiration, Trez Folly, artist from Togo, made use of his cans to realize about  a 5 meter long graffiti. To our surprise the artwork included a « yoyo tinz » typo.

Rappers seized the opportunity provided by the open mic session, briefly hosted by Mutombo Da Poet, to show the crowd what they’ve got as far as spitting flows is concerned. Freshbeatz also dazzled the crowd with his beat boxing antics on both days of the festival. 

The day reached it’s climax with the yoyo tinz block party, hosted by Dj Keyzzz.  She completely shut it down and had the crowd all the way turned up; jamming to the dope hip-hop joints she was dropping on them.

The second day of the Gbobalor hip hop stand was full of surprises. First of all, along with the beatboxing, the Dj sets, and the open mic, the audience had the opportunity to enjoy a slam/open mic session organized in collaboration with Kwame Write and hosted by Brown Berry.

Jayso blessed the stand with his presence on Sunday and aside performing two songs, he took the gathering through the basic procedures involved in making a beat. The rapper cum producer ended up producing a beat live on the spot and invited a few rappers in the house to do their thing on it. It was really a thrilling learning experience.                               

The Gbobalor hip-hop activities were rounded up with another block party which did not fail to leave the euphoric crowd wanting more.

All in all, Gbobalor hip-hop made sure to present most, if not all, of the elements of hip-hop in fun, interactive ways and it’s safe to say that it was highly successful.

      

(via dynamicafrica)

ghanailoveyou:

Michael Kwatia is a spoken word artist from London going by the stage name MOAK. His poem 'Ghana in Britain' (2013), speaks to the Ghanaian immigrant experience in London and the cultural heritages of his homeland.

"Never thought it would be a factorSince I’m living in London and not AccraBut your family will tell you why it’s a crucial matterThey want us to embrace the western African lifestyleInstead of us westernizing our lives nowEmbrace it with open arms and handsAs you would when you have to greet any guestAnd be sure that the hand you useWon’t be your left”

Check out his: Soundcloud
ghanailoveyou:

Michael Kwatia is a spoken word artist from London going by the stage name MOAK. His poem 'Ghana in Britain' (2013), speaks to the Ghanaian immigrant experience in London and the cultural heritages of his homeland.

"Never thought it would be a factorSince I’m living in London and not AccraBut your family will tell you why it’s a crucial matterThey want us to embrace the western African lifestyleInstead of us westernizing our lives nowEmbrace it with open arms and handsAs you would when you have to greet any guestAnd be sure that the hand you useWon’t be your left”

Check out his: Soundcloud
ghanailoveyou:

Michael Kwatia is a spoken word artist from London going by the stage name MOAK. His poem 'Ghana in Britain' (2013), speaks to the Ghanaian immigrant experience in London and the cultural heritages of his homeland.

"Never thought it would be a factorSince I’m living in London and not AccraBut your family will tell you why it’s a crucial matterThey want us to embrace the western African lifestyleInstead of us westernizing our lives nowEmbrace it with open arms and handsAs you would when you have to greet any guestAnd be sure that the hand you useWon’t be your left”

Check out his: Soundcloud
ghanailoveyou:

Michael Kwatia is a spoken word artist from London going by the stage name MOAK. His poem 'Ghana in Britain' (2013), speaks to the Ghanaian immigrant experience in London and the cultural heritages of his homeland.

"Never thought it would be a factorSince I’m living in London and not AccraBut your family will tell you why it’s a crucial matterThey want us to embrace the western African lifestyleInstead of us westernizing our lives nowEmbrace it with open arms and handsAs you would when you have to greet any guestAnd be sure that the hand you useWon’t be your left”

Check out his: Soundcloud
ghanailoveyou:

Michael Kwatia is a spoken word artist from London going by the stage name MOAK. His poem 'Ghana in Britain' (2013), speaks to the Ghanaian immigrant experience in London and the cultural heritages of his homeland.

"Never thought it would be a factorSince I’m living in London and not AccraBut your family will tell you why it’s a crucial matterThey want us to embrace the western African lifestyleInstead of us westernizing our lives nowEmbrace it with open arms and handsAs you would when you have to greet any guestAnd be sure that the hand you useWon’t be your left”

Check out his: Soundcloud

ghanailoveyou:

Michael Kwatia is a spoken word artist from London going by the stage name MOAK. His poem 'Ghana in Britain' (2013), speaks to the Ghanaian immigrant experience in London and the cultural heritages of his homeland.

"Never thought it would be a factor
Since I’m living in London and not Accra
But your family will tell you why it’s a crucial matter
They want us to embrace the western African lifestyle
Instead of us westernizing our lives now
Embrace it with open arms and hands
As you would when you have to greet any guest
And be sure that the hand you use
Won’t be your left”

Check out his: Soundcloud

(via dynamicafrica)