Interview: Sampa The Great Discusses Pro-Black Music, and Australia's Hip Hop Scene

HipHop News Posted on October 9, 2019 at 1:00am

Interview: Sampa The Great Discusses Pro-Black Music, and Australia's Hip Hop Scene

#DXCLUSIVE: In Part 2 of HipHopDX's of the interview, the Ninja Tune MC shares more information about his album "The Return".

Sampa The Great new album The Return allows the listeners to understand your vision of the world. The LP brings together their unique ideas and experiences into a digestible format, showing your point of view, as a Zambian native who forged a rap career in Australia.

But Sampa has a lot more to say and did so in his conversation with HipHopDX, the development of many of the themes present in his album..focused on the ad {

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In the second half of his two-part interview with DX, the Ninja Tune artist talks about the making of pro-Black music that is still entertaining, and details of your approach as a lyricist. She also opens on to the landscape of the Australian Hip Hop scene, which has some unusual dynamics when viewed from an American perspective.

HipHopDX: One of my favorite topics was the "Final Form." I think that often there is a misconception where the people feel like a pro-Black song it may not be fun and entertaining. Have y

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