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Whether it's in Nairobi or in Kyiv, in Bristol or in Cairo: in all the major cities of Africa and Europe, people get together in dedicated spaces to dance to music and party – and create communities, subcultures and public spheres. Club culture is a global phenomenon, but what music are these people dancing to in these cities and what music did they use to dance to in the past? In what sort of spaces do they meet up? What public spheres do they form? What do these club cultures mean to the urbanity of a city? And what happens when the club music from two different continents meet head on? More...

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Bio
BET Award nominee Camp Mulla’s music has its roots in hip hop, but infuses influences from different genres ranging from House/Electro to R&B. Established 2009, the group had their first public appearance in early 2011 and has since then been recognized internationally. Their much anticipated debut album “Funky Town” was released in August 2012 and included five hit singles, such as the club banger “Party Don’t Stop”. Some of the major achievements of Camp Mulla include being the first East African artists to top charts on MTV Base, Trace TV and BET. The group recently scooped two awards at the Chaguo la Teeniez (CHAT) Awards, Kenya’s premier youth awards.

Discography
Camp Mulla - Funky Town (Sub Sahara, 2012)

Links
Camp Mulla on Facebook
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Camp Mulla on Soundcloud
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Camp Mulla on Twitter

Camp Mulla & TEN CITIES
Camp Mulla participated in the fourth TEN CITIES episode of musical collaboration, which took the renowned Portugese producers Batida and Octa Push from Lisbon to Nairobi in April 2013. Further participants from Nairobi were Just A Band, Octopizzo, Alai K, DJ Raph and an extended circle of musicians from Kenya. The Kenya phase was curated and facilitated by Just A Band's Bill Sellanga together with Berlin based musician Oren Gerlitz (Jahcoozi).



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