The father of two says he can’t speak for the new crop of African rappers, but the ones he does know show respect for their women.
“African rappers don’t objectify their women despite having low-budget, and what some might view as corny videos they still have a true dignified way in which they interact with women,” says K’Naan.
Read our exclusive interview with K’Naan »
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