Dama do Bling, Mozambique's Queen of Hip-Hop

From Africa is a Country Mon Feb 11 2013, 09:00:42

"A young person with a university degree can't sing, but a minister with a 6th grade education can legislate?," Dama do Bling sang in her 2007 song "Sai," a musical response to inquiries why, in spite of her law degree, she chose a career in the music industry. This statement is exemplary of Dama do [...]

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