Egal ob Beat, Song, Hip Hop, Battle – ihr müsst es fühlen!
Baba Brinkmann und viele, viele einzigartige Musiker haben es vorgemacht und ihr könnt es auch: euren eigenen Rap Song performen!
„Wild Rap Video Contest: Celebrate Nature in Rhyme for Fun and Prizes“
Baba Brinkmann begleitet den „Let’s get wild!“ Rap-Wettbewerb. Jede teilnehmende Schule erhält Zugang zu den gratis Downloads bzw. wenn ihr euch zum Rap-Contest anmeldet, werden automatisch die Codes für den Song-Download bekannt gegeben. Traut euch!
Hi, Studentens! And of course: dear parents and dear teachers! Hello, everybody! 🙂
You are invited to participate in the European Wilderness Society’s “Wild Rap Video Contest”, celebrating your connection to wilderness and nature in the form of music and rhythm. Contest entries will be judged by a panel of experts including me, a Canadian wilderness rapper, with the winners invited to perform live with me on stage at the European Youth Wilderness Conference. The top four contest entries will perform their song live at the European Wilderness Youth Conference, opening for a concert by Baba Brinkman. All qualified entries will be featured on the European Wilderness Society website.
That’s me: BABA BRINKMAN
I am an award-winning New Yorker rap artist, playwright and the creator of a highly original series of hip-hop albums – “Rap Guides” – full of music exploring science, religion, literature, medicine, human psychology and the natural world. Called “astonishing and brilliant” by the New York Times, I am currently performing my latest “Rap Guide to Climate Chaos” off-Broadway in New York, bringing awareness of environmental issues to a hip young audience through the beats and rhymes of hip-hop.
Rap guide to wilderness
My nature-inspired hip-hop album “The Rap Guide to Wilderness”, released in 2014, explores humanity’s relationship with the natural world and the many other species that share this planet with us. The album weaves themes of biodiversity, conservation, extinction, redemption, urban and wild spaces, all with a beat you can dance to.
Nature magazine calls it “lively and surprisingly sophisticated” while Technician Online calls it “incredibly funny and relentlessly honest”. Learn more about the album online here.