IKOQWE (pronounced ee-kok-weh) is a new project by Batida (aka Pedro Coquenao, the Angola-born, Lisbon-raised artist who ranks among the leading exponents of the new wave of African electronic music), and Luaty Beirao, aka Ikonoklasta, the Angolan rapper turned iconic activist. IKOQWE's inspiration comes from old school Hip Hop as much as from traditional Angolan music. The album includes drum machines, vocals in Angolan slang, Umbundu, Portuguese & English, discussions about neocolonialism, iniquities & falsified history, radio sounds, utopian solutions, and much more.
IKOQWE (pronounced ee-kok-weh) is a new project by Batida (aka Pedro Coquenao, the Angola-born, Lisbon-raised artist who ranks among the leading exponents of the new wave of African electronic music), and Luaty Beirao, aka Ikonoklasta, the Angolan rapper turned iconic activist. IKOQWE's inspiration comes from old school Hip Hop as much as from traditional Angolan music. The album includes drum machines, vocals in Angolan slang, Umbundu, Portuguese & English, discussions about neocolonialism, iniquities & falsified history, radio sounds, utopian solutions, and much more.
876623008194

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Format: CD
Label: CRDC
Rel. Date: 04/23/2021
UPC: 876623008194

The Beginning, The Medium, The End and the Infinite
Artist: Ikoqwe
Format: CD
New: in stock $12.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Principle (O Príncipio)
2. Bulubulu
3. Falta Muito? (Feat. Spoek Mathambo)
4. Pele
5. The Medium (O Meio) (Feat. Celeste Mariposa)
6. Vai de C@N@! (Feat. Octa Push)
7. Outra Cidade (Another Town)
8. Makumba
9. The End (Kamicasio) 1
10. Quarentena 1
11. The Infinite (O Infinito)

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IKOQWE (pronounced ee-kok-weh) is a new project by Batida (aka Pedro Coquenao, the Angola-born, Lisbon-raised artist who ranks among the leading exponents of the new wave of African electronic music), and Luaty Beirao, aka Ikonoklasta, the Angolan rapper turned iconic activist. IKOQWE's inspiration comes from old school Hip Hop as much as from traditional Angolan music. The album includes drum machines, vocals in Angolan slang, Umbundu, Portuguese & English, discussions about neocolonialism, iniquities & falsified history, radio sounds, utopian solutions, and much more.