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Young Women Work to Break into Senegalese Hip-Hopi
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May 06, 2014 8:56 PM
Hip-hop may still be a man's world in Senegal, but more women are breaking into the so-called "urban arts." VOA's Anne Look reports from Dakar on how a local NGO is holding workshops to mentor, train and try to help the country's next generation of female hip-hop artists.

Young Women Work to Break into Senegalese Hip-Hop

Published May 06, 2014

Hip-hop may still be a man's world in Senegal, but more women are breaking into the so-called "urban arts." VOA's Anne Look reports from Dakar on how a local NGO is holding workshops to mentor, train and try to help the country's next generation of female hip-hop artists.


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