Category Archive: Show Playlists

Show #43: Peace & Love in Kenya

Peace and Love in Kenya was the theme of Afrika@Work’s 43rd show with special guest Eddy Oketch. Eddy Oketch is a junior majoring in Political Science at Trinity College. He is also the… Continue reading

Show #42: Acoustic Stylings with Qusharia Perry

Afrika@Work was back at it again with a live in-studio performances and conversation with 17 year old sensation QUSHARIA PERRY. Qusharia is not only a student at Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts,… Continue reading

Show #41: Assata Speaks!

First thing first…Assata Shakur is not a terrorist, despite what the Obama Administration has to say. Just a few short weeks ago, the FBI added the former member of the Black Panther Party… Continue reading

Show #40: Special News Report: Rebellion in the North

Another student group from Prof. Markle’s INTS 238: Contemporary Africa: Resource Wars & Human Rights’ course came into the studio for Show #40 and delivered a special news report on the conflict in… Continue reading

Show #39: A Special News Report

Students enrolled in INTS 238: Contemporary Africa: Resource Wars and Human Rights appeared on the show to deliver special news reports on current affairs in Africa. Trincoll Pharmajournalists, Eyes on Africa and Sonia’s… Continue reading

Show #38: 8th Int’l Hip Hop Festival Recap

From April 4th-7th, hip hop heads converged on the campus of Trinity College for the 8th International Hip Hop Festival. Headlined by dead prez, the 3 days included workshops, lectures, live graffiti, b-boy… Continue reading

SHOW #37: 8th International Hip Hop Festival

Founded in the spring of 2006, the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival was created to combat the disunity, segregation, and violence of Hartford, CT and Trinity College. Using the historically education-oriented and politically… Continue reading

Show #36: Swageé Live

The Hartford duo Swagee was in the studio for Afrika@Work’s 36th show. Swagee is made up of Tang$auce & Dandi Lion, and together they’ve put together some dope hip hop music for next… Continue reading

Show #35: J-Dilla Tribute 2013

From http://www.jdilla.com: “”James DeWitt Yancey “came across like an angel on earth,” singer and songwriter Steve “Spacek” White told Fader magazine in 2006. Most people tend to speak of him this way. His… Continue reading

Show #34: Banned in Mali

“…No rhythm, no reason” read one headline in the international press.  It was a way to describe a struggle within a struggle in the northern region of Mali in West Africa.  According to… Continue reading