Hip Hop Saviours Feat Emile Jansen
05 July 2012
Like we mentioned on Hip Hop saviours part 1, being a rapper seems to be everybody's call nowadays, leaving the other elements of hip hop, like break dancing, to die.
Emile and Black Noise have dedicated their lives to keep the B Boy culture alive in South Africa, using the art of hip hop to empower youth and communities.
The man who brought us the hip hop Indaba and Heal The Hood Project has never taken a day off, when he’s not travelling all over the world representing SA in breakdancing competitions, Emile is busy hosting workshops all over SA healing the youth through breakdance moves and spreading his positive message.
With the apartheid legacy of violence and a lack of real education, while the political leaders and the education system are failing the youth, we are in need of more people like Emile.
Check out Black Noise bio and achievements
|< Prev||Next >|