I AM HIP HOP magazine met up with Divine RBG after the Dead Prez concert in London at the Jazz Café. APEX ZERO and Divine talk about the various struggles of the global south, what the RBG movement and People’s Army does for the community and solidarity between different communities.
Camera work and editing by Dhruv Shah
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An emcee, beatmaker, filmmaker and writer from London with Grenadian roots, Apex Zero has spent his life learning and living Hip Hop culture, using it to inspire and affect change. Based in Beijing for a few years and regularly touring the globe, Apex is well travelled, and uses the lessons this provides to inform his art and outlook. He is a member of the GlobalFaction digital production house and the international Hip Hop collective End of the Weak.
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