Krip-Hop Nation’s African Musicians (Zimbabwe, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa and more) are coming to the San Francisco’s Bay Area to perform and network at the “Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival 2019.” They are also putting out a CD entitled Bridging The Gap: African Musicians with/without Disabilities.
Krip-Hop Nation is a project led by Leroy Moore, co-founder of Sins Invalid.
African musicians with disabilities have been working under Krip-Hop Nation for almost six plus years. They will be making a special trip to the Bay Area to share their talents, to connect with disabled and non-disabled people/artists in the US, and to plan for more Krip-Hop Nation’s collaboration in Africa & in the US. All on SSI budget!
Ed Roberts Campus of Berkeley will host Krip-Hop Nation's Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival where they will premier their special project, the ‘Blind Joe” Joe Capers Film Documentary trailer (Captioned). Artists coming from all over Africa who are part of Krip-Hop Nation to perform and talk about their work in their country under Krip-Hop Nation and more.
Light snacks and drinks. Scent FREE event.