Sunday, 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM, Lake Room

In this workshop, we will discuss how rap evolved historically, how it developed over time and how to write a rap text. We will listen to some rap songs of the 80s, 90s, and 21st century, talk about the social, economic and cultural background of the hip hop culture. Last but not least, we will produce some lyrics and in case you're happy with the result, feel free to perform in the open stage session.


Speaker

KAVEH

KAVEH is a Berlin-based rapper and social worker/instructor with Iranian origins. He spent his childhood in France, was raised in Berlin and equally lived in Canada and Spain. His multiple identities explain why he raps in several languages: German, French, Persian, English and Spanish. Since the beginning of his rap career, as well as in numerous workshops he has been laying down knowledge about controversial topics ranging from racism and discriminatory experiences as a so-called migrant in Europe to resistance against oppression, capitalism and imperialism.