Reggae tunes against bribes
Cameroon’s up-and-coming reggae star, Silver, is dedicated to fighting corruption in his country. The 29-year-old uses his music to publicly criticize corrupt politicians and raise awareness for the problem.
Silver started his musical career in 2001 and his debut album, entitled “Reggae Business,” became an instant hit because he addressed issues that affected people: not just corruption, but also HIV/AIDS, war, and Cameroon’s brain drain.
Listen to the report by Ngala Killian Chimtom in Yaoundé, Cameroon:
DateTuesday 23.04.2013 | 13:18