Post South Africa

Rapper uses music to tell his stories

FOR Taragan Moodley, a rap artist, the response to his music often comes in the form of what he describes as a culture shock.

“Hip hop is not usually associated with someone of South African/Indian heritage,” said Moodley, aka Tiger.

“But it’s my hope to bridge that gap and use music as a platform to tell my stories.”

Moodley recently released his latest. The song is something of a lyrical assertion of his rise in hip hop and the video is a visual celebration of his culture.

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Post South Africa

Post South Africa1 min lettiCrime & Violence
Justice Running Its Course
THE SO-CALLED factionalism within the ruling ANC government that is tearing the party apart is rapidly turning into a political illusion. It is now a case of those in favour of looting the state coffers against those who are there to serve the people
Post South Africa2 min lettiTechnology & Engineering
Dreaming Of Becoming The Next Bill Gates
SIDDANTH Varanasi, a Crawford International La Lucia top-achiever, is a step closer to his dream of becoming the next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. He attained 8 distinctions in engineering graphics and design, English, geography, Hindi, information tech
Post South Africa4 min letti
Five Day TV Guide
Athletics: IAAF World Indoor Tour: Serbian Open Indoor Meeting, 6.30pm, VR3 Cricket: CSA T20 Challenge: Momentum Multiply Titans v Warriors, 9.45am, CRI, GSD; Hollywoodbets Dolphins v Imperial Lions, 2.15pm, GSD, CRI; Paytm Test Series: India v Engla