Hip-Hop Against Apartheid - Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa) album download
|A||Ndodemnyama (African National Congress Mix)||9:00|
|B1||Ndodemnyama (Video Version)||8:00|
|B2||Ndodemnyama (Instrumental Dub Mix)||3:35|
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Mastered At – Frankford Wayne Studios
- Lacquer Cut At – SST Brüggemann GmbH
- Pressed By – Interpress
- Manufactured By – Bellaphon
- Distributed By – Bellaphon
- Design [Photo Collage And Design] – Ari Marcopous*
- Edited By – E.T. Winston
- Engineer – Skeff Anselm
- Executive-Producer – Al "T" McLaran
- Lacquer Cut By – SST
- Mastered By – Carlton Batts
- Performer [Hip Hop Against Apartheid Are] – Afrika Bambaataa, Arthur X, Brand Nubians*, Busy Bee, Dot La-Rock*, Don Baron, Dynamic Force, Grand Master Mele*, Harmony , Joeski Love, Jungle Brothers, Kid Seville, Kings Of Swing, Kool Rock Steady, Lakim Shabazz, Little Stichie*, Lin Que, Revolucion*, Lumumba, Malibu Rappalot, Milk D. (Audio Two)*, Mr. Biggs, Nu-Sounds, Overlord X, Paradise (The Blackwatch)*, Positive K, Queen Latifah, Rahiem, Solo , Tashan, Funk Queen*, Wildcat*, Three Yards Men, Triple Destiny, U.T.F.O.*, Ultra Magnetics, X-Clan
- Producer, Mixed By – Afrika Bambaataa
- Producer, Mixed By, Edited By, Engineer – Jazzy Jay
- Vocals [Additional] – Afrika Bambaataa, Amad, Daun, Guy Koomtz, Ronnie Koomtz, Shelly Brian, Tashan, Zan , Zeke Washington
NotesNdodemnyama-Xhosa: A warning to the prime minister that the black man is on the move.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4 003099 999800
- Barcode (Scan): 4003099999800
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 120.18.010 1 - 1 IP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 120.18.010 B - 1 IP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, hand-etched): SST
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 7156
|WAR-067||Hip-Hop Against Apartheid||Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa) (12")||Warlock Records||WAR-067||US||1990|
|ZULU 1||Hip-Hop Against Apartheid||Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa) (12", Promo, W/Lbl)||Gee Street||ZULU 1||UK||1990|
|ZULU 1||Hip-Hop Against Apartheid||Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa) (12")||Gee Street||ZULU 1||UK||1990|
|130-18-010||Hip-Hop Against Apartheid||Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa) (CD, Maxi)||Bellaphon, Warlock Records||130-18-010||Germany||1990|
|none||Afrika Bambaataa||Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa) (2xAcetate, 12", S/Sided)||Warlock Records||none||US||1989|
Center labels give artist name as "Hip Hop Artists Against Apartheid". The sleeve and center labels have many typos, misspellings, and space errors. Dedicated to: all the people of the world who struggle for freedom, justice, and equality, knowledge, wisdom, and understanding.
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Ndodemnyama Mr. Botha Ndodemnyama South Africa
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The apartheid regime in South Africa began in 1948 and lasted until 1994. It involved a harsh system of racial segregation, and placed all political power in the hands of a white minority. Opposition to apartheid manifested in a variety of ways, including boycotts, non-violent protests, and armed resistance. Music played a large role in the movement against apartheid within South Africa, as well as in international opposition to apartheid.
by. Hip Hop Artists Against Apartheid. Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Contains samples of 8 songs see all. Multiple Elements Soul, Funk, Disco.
Updated: 27 September 2016. Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika (God bless Africa) was originally composed as hymn in 1897 by Enoch Sontonga, a teacher at a methodist mission school near Johannesburg. The song became the official anthem of the African National Congress (ANC) and a symbol of the anti-apartheid movement. Ndodemnyama we Verwoerd was written in the 1950s by the iconic Vuyisile Mini, a singer and ANC member who wrote some of the most influential resistance songs in the early years of apartheid. The song carried a fierce warning to Hendrik Verwoerd, then prime minister and the ‘architect of Apartheid’. Directly translated from isiXhosa to English, the lyrics read: ‘Naants’ indod’ emnyama Vervoerd!