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I was invited to participate in the 2nd Edition of the International Slam festival in Abidjan, Ivory Coast as part of my reward for winning the Ehalakasa SLAM in 2017. The event took place between 5th -7th April 2018. We took off from Accra on the 4th April around 6:36 am and arrived safely to […]Read More Ibrahim Saani at Babi Slam Festival
The second Ehalakasa TalkPARTY is on Sunday 30th April, 2017, at the Nubuke Foundation. Our first edition was spectacular and a great way to kick off the tradition that Ehalakasa is known for. Last month we had Kwame Write, who dazzled the crowd with poetry accompanied with music. A performance that is worth seeing again. This month we host the 2016 Ehalakasa […]Read More April TalkPARTY
This was my first trip to Ivory Coast.In my mind I wasn’t bothered about an English boy visiting a francophone country, all that mattered to me is that I got there. I was accompanied by Sir Black who I was to meet Tuesday 28th February,2017 around 9AM. I was late. I arrived at Accra-Madina, Zongo […]Read More A Jewell in Ivory Coast
Spoken word artistes, Jewell King and Hondred Percent, will next month travel to Cote d’Ivoire and Kenya respectively as part of their prizes for winning the Ehalakasa Slam Championship between 2014 and 2016. While Jewell scooped the crown last year as Ehalakasa Slam champion last year and will participate in the Collective Slam Abidjan event […]Read More Ehalakasa Slam winners for Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya.
The home of the birth and growth of contemporary performance poetry and spoken word in Ghana has some good news for the arts community and beyond. Ahead of Ehalakasa’s 10 years anniversary next year (2017) the organisation has launched its website (ehalakasa.com). This happened on Monday, 19th December, 2016. You’re invited to visit the website […]Read More Ehalakasa Website Launched! — It Lives In Us!