Music: Rocé, voices of anti-racist and anticolonialist struggles - JeuneAfrique.com

José Youcef Lamine Kaminsky, rapper, creator of the independent label Hors Cadres. © Vincent Fournier / JA

After four solo albums, Rocé released a compilation celebrating anti-racist and anticolonialist texts and songs.

On the heights of Paris, on the floor of La Maroquinerie, the office of the independent label Hors Frames, of José Youcef Lamine Kaminsky aka Rocé, is a real disco. Describing different vinyls, the artist remembers each find, fruit of the chance encounters or result of a frantic quest.

You are now connected to your Jeune Afrique account, but you are not subscribed to Jeune Afrique Digital

This is subscribers only


Subscribe from 7,99 €to access all items in unlimited

Already a subscriber?

Need help

Your subscriber benefits

  1. 1. Access unlimited all articles on the site and the application Jeuneafrique.com (iOs & Android)
  2. 2. Get a preview, 24 hours before their publication, of each issue and out of series Jeune Afrique on the Jeune Afrique app The Magazine (iOS & Android)
  3. 3. Receive the daily savings newsletter for subscribers
  4. 4. Enjoy 2 years of Young Africa archives in digital edition
  5. 5. Subscription without commitment of duration with the monthly offer tacitly renewable*

*Service only available for open-ended subscriptions.

This article appeared first on YOUNG AFRICA