My Utopia #19. Oddisee.


We talked to Oddisee about his idea of a better world.


Amir Mohamed el Khalifa, better known as Oddisee, is rapper and producer, born in Washington, DC,  as son of a Sudanese father and an Afro-Amercan mother.
The underground artist released in just seven years ten albums and various mixtapes in addition to several collaborations.  We had a very intense interview at Hamburg´s Reeperbahn Festival 2015.
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