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Palestine Underground | Music | Showcase

Palestine Underground is a film that follows Palestinian music collectives, DJs, producers and rappers, and tells the story of how nightlife culture allows them to break down geopolitical borders, reconnect with their people, and celebrate their Arab identity on the dance floor. Two people who appear in the film, Palestinian trip-hop, folk music, and hip-hop artist Majdal Nijim, also known as Makimakkuk and Al Nather, a flotist, percussionist, vocalist and producer based in Ramallah join Showcase in the studio. #underground #PalestineUnderground #music

'We Speak Hip-Hop'

'We Speak Hip-Hop'

Pakistan’s Hip-Hop Scene: Rappers promote social consciousness with beats

Pakistan’s Hip-Hop Scene: Rappers promote social consciousness with beats

Degree in Rap

Degree in Rap

Octopizzo: changing lives through hip hop in Africa | Music | Showcase

Octopizzo: changing lives through hip hop in Africa | Music | Showcase

🇺🇦  Street art vs Soviet mosaics in Kiev | Compass​

🇺🇦 Street art vs Soviet mosaics in Kiev | Compass​

🇺🇦Ukraine’s Creative Revolution | Compass​

🇺🇦Ukraine’s Creative Revolution | Compass​

Arabesk: Turkey's Sound of Change

Arabesk: Turkey's Sound of Change

Is post-Soviet style reshaping the fashion industry? | Compass

Is post-Soviet style reshaping the fashion industry? | Compass

Georgia: A Post-Soviet Fashion Boom | Compass​

Georgia: A Post-Soviet Fashion Boom | Compass​

Music: Portugal's Fado Revival | Compass​

Music: Portugal's Fado Revival | Compass​

'We've been misunderstood for decades now' - Qatar's female filmmakers fight back

'We've been misunderstood for decades now' - Qatar's female filmmakers fight back

Is Qatar's art scene conservative or progressive?

Is Qatar's art scene conservative or progressive?

Qatar Creatives: The women driving Doha's art scene

Qatar Creatives: The women driving Doha's art scene

Are we pressuring Syrian artists to include war in their work?

Are we pressuring Syrian artists to include war in their work?

Has war destroyed Syria's art scene?

Has war destroyed Syria's art scene?

Compass: Romania’s ‘Gypsy Pop’ Revolution

Compass: Romania’s ‘Gypsy Pop’ Revolution

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