Many of the creative people in the music industry pick particular topics to talk about in their works for the consumers.

Belgian act, Baloji of Congolese descent talks about the abuse of powers by government officials, technology and more in Africa in his prefered genres of Soukous, identified with the Congolese, and hip-hop.

His latest studio album 137 Kaniama takes us through the journey of the current level of slavery caused by the addiction to cellphones, the 12-songs project comes with Kaniama Show, fictional satire documenting the collusion of the state and the media powers in Africa.

The Kaniama Show stars Eriq Ebouaney, Bwanga Pilipili, Martha Daro Canga, and Eric Kabongo. Watch it below and share your views with us!

Image Credit: Yaqine Hamzaoui

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