U No Di See by Sentury Yob




Midway between spoken word and rap, this song hardly draws parallels with contemporary Cameroonian music because it draws from old school rap and experiments with Pidgin English.


Mufor Eric Atangana aka Sentury Yob was born in 1988. He is a poet, rapper, writer, photographer and graphic designer. Sentury merges poetry with photography, relating it to a story that could get a start and a finish point (From scratch to finish). In 2009, he participated in an audio visual performance at the Goethe-Institut Kamerun, with the khaliland crew, titled The Sun is the Moon Revisited.

Between 2011 and 2012, he was part of the organising crew at khalishrine for the 180 Minutes at the Shrine which is a spoken word event organised every three to six months. In 2012, he was part of the crew that performed liquefied at the Goethe-Institute. He has forthcoming expos at the French Institute and the Muna Foundation.


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