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Northern Nigeria catches Hausa rap fever

By DW
04 September 2022   |   4:58 am
Hip-hop and rap in the Hausa language is trending in northern Nigeria. The young artists are focused on peace, love and patriotism. But the new music wave isn't for everyone in this Muslim-dominated part of Nigeria.

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