Rebel Voices

Rebel Voices

« Rebel Voices » started by photographer Oriana Eliçabe in 2006 as a project about conscious hip-hop in Latin America and in Senegal. It was co-produced by Piraván. Hip-hop is the connecting line, interweaving the lives of people living in the out-skirts of different cities around the globe. Through creativity, these people express resistance to a system that marginalizes them, generating social and economic apartheid. Rappers, both women and men, are the protagonists. In their diversity, they represent something global right from their own neighbourhood.

« Rebel Voices » was a series of encounters that formed part of the photo exhibition that took place in September 2009 in La Laboral. This blog is the result of these encounters (which we called “The Meeting“). Ten rappers coming from Cuba, Bolivia, Venezuela, Argentina and Senegal participated in these encounters.

In the Rebel Voices blog you will find the photographic documentary, you can read reflections regarding the encounters, watch videos (a music video also), listen and download the song that was collectively produced and much, much more.

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