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Rap Kreyol - Hip-Hop Culture in Haiti

Rap Kreyol artist Jeff Mafia hangs out at Koze Kreyol, a recording studio in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in front of a wall papered with magazine clippings featuring primarily American and Haitian rap and hip-hop artists on July 18, 2008. Koze Kreyol owner Emmanuel Cajuste compares rap kreyol to American hip-hop 20 years ago, in that it's more focused on politics and social issues than on bling, money and sex.

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Rap Kreyol artist Jeff Mafia hangs out at Koze Kreyol, a recording studio in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in front of a wall papered with magazine clippings featuring primarily American and Haitian rap and hip-hop artists on July 18, 2008. Koze Kreyol owner Emmanuel Cajuste compares rap kreyol to American hip-hop 20 years ago, in that it's more focused on politics and social issues than on bling, money and sex.