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Hip Hop x Ukulele.
For most people, words that come to mind when seeing these two elements together include novelty, joke, or gimmick. Most people laugh at the thought of putting Ukulele and Hip Hop side by side and fail to see the endless possibilities that combining them holds. But if you’ve found your way to this website, you are NOT most people.
For those who really get it, Ukulele Remix needs no explanation. Hip hop is the ultimate underdog; it has a portability and style that is unmistakably it’s own. The ukulele has rhythm, flow, and character that appeals to anyone seeking an outlet of self expression. They are already connected in essence, but anyone who can find a way to merge them effortlessly has the power to change the way the world sees both Hip Hop and the Ukulele forever.
Here are the tools. Go.
Anaka is the videographer and producer for UkuleleUnderground.com. Because he is usually behind the camera, he rarely shows his face and Remix videos are no exception. If you have questions, comments, song requests, etc. you can reach him at ukuleleremix (at) gmail.com
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