Hip hop has a huge role in society as a genre of music. Music has always had an impact on lives – Confused African is a new documentary highlights music’s impact on Corruption, politics and immigration.
The brain behind it is Swahili Nation’s very own Ken Daniels, who explores his journey as a Ugandan abroad juxtaposed with Andre’s (Swedish) journey in the states. The ironies that come with touching base with the reality within your country of origin.
The documentary will
Navio aka Daniel Lubwama features on this film to offer his views on Uganda’s culture and politics. He also touches on other humanity based topics like immigration.
It should be noted:
When Ken moved back to Uganda he found a sense of social responsibility to voice his concerns and the documentary is a package he is offering courtesy of Creative North.
Besides the stardom that came with Navio’s career along came social responsibility that he managed to make projects on humanitarian conditions.
Confused African offers an artist’s perspective on economic, political and social situations within Uganda – the failings, successes and the reality on ground.
Being abroad isn’t, also easy so immigration is addressed.
The film is masterminded by Ken Daniels himself, and Swedish film maker Allan Wallstrom (for RoughStudios).
According to Andre, “
and will also debut on Netflix.
Source: Confused African presser.