100% Galsen: A Hip Hop Documentary Made in Senegal

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A short documentary film presenting one of the strongest Hip Hop scenes in Africa - Senegal. 100% Galsen (Senegalese in French slang) highlights the Senegalese youth's involvement in the culture, politics and freedom of expression in Senegal.

A short documentary film presenting one of the strongest Hip Hop scenes in Africa - Senegal. 100% Galsen (Senegalese in French slang) highlights the Senegalese youth's involvement in the culture, politics and freedom of expression in Senegal. Awadi and Duggy Tee (PBS), Xuman, Gaston, Maxi Krezy, Fou Malade, Fatim, Daara J and other hip hop artists give their perspective on what it means to be a Senegalese MC.
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Director: "Keyti" Cheikh Sene
Country: Senegal
Language: French with English subtitles
Year: 2011
Producer: Optimiste Production / Safouane Pindra
Official site: AfricanHipHop.com