Re qala ka ho fetisa liteboho ho bohle Twitter ba faneng ka maikutlo a bona kamor’a hore ba mamele khaolo ea pele.Read more "Litsoa-Kotleng [Khaolo 1] | Misinisi, Kommanda Obbs, KOT Inferno, MC Melo"
E s’e le nakoana joale bacha re tlhalielaka literateng ka ‘mino oa rap Lesotho. Bang ba rona ba hotse ba o mamela, ba o tsoakants’a le Kwaito e neng e le kholo mehleng ea li- 90s.Read more "Litsoa-Kotleng – Podcast Ea ‘Mino Oa Rap Lesotho [Khaolo 0]"
Lesotho hip-hop has found a worthy contender for its first critic. Disser Disser, an elusive facebook character of whom I’ve just learnt about this morning, is a straight-talking, no-holds-barred, keyboard-savvy observer who’s taken full advantage of the web’s ubiquity (and relative anonymity) to, for example, respond to rappers’ invitations to their recording sessions with the statement […]Read more "The Tale Of Disser Disser…"
Lesotho’s rap scene is undergoing immense growth at the moment. The level of interest from the general public is at the highest it’s ever been, a prospect which has attracted some form of investment from the corporate sector. While emcees have always been releasing music, it’s only been in the past two years that a […]Read more "Lesotho Hip Hop In 2013"
This could be the most hilariously sexist song to ever come out of Lesotho’s hip-hop scene. Everything about it seems designed to offend feminist ideals, from the all-male make-up of the song – yes, Lesotho hip-hop still lacks strong female presence in 2013 – to the lyrical content (sample lyric *translated*: “women, don’t even deny/ […]Read more "Basali Remix"
I got to hang out with an amazing bunch of producer friends about two weeks ago. Besides taking a few snaps, I managed to capture golden moments on film. One includes Sanhedrin getting uber-excited when someone (I forget who exactly) mentioned that they had a bunch of samples to give away. I even managed to […]Read more "The Library"
When I was coming up in Maseru Lesotho during 2001, I had no idea that ten years down the line I would be writing about an album that for months on end I struggled to even get a hold of a cassette version of. Even at the height of Napster (and the subsequent rise in […]Read more "Interview With Hymphatic Thabs"