Incendiary-grandfather hiphopery from Nairobi (5 photos)

by hybridtech October 14, 2016 at 11:44 am

At night – the usual watchman day – fiery stars of hip-hop and dudes that can enthrall anyone. A series of photos of Kenyan photographer Osborne Macharia tells the story of four stylish gentlemen who live in an informal settlement in the north of Nairobi Kariobandzhi and call themselves KABANGU. The group meets regularly to tell the younger generation about the features of the hip-hop subculture and teach him important values, including peace-loving, striving for success, social justice and equality. Despite the appearance comes from the 80s and 90s, Kabangu live in today, just prefer the old-school hip-hop and want to show it to new generations.

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