In a country where journalists are banned from saying or writing what they want, hip-hop artists have stepped up to speak for those who can't.
Moussa Lo, a.k.a. Waterflow, is one of Senegal's most famous hip-hop artists.
He said he became a hip-hop singer not for success or his own glory, but to be "the voice of the voiceless."
"Hip-hop in Africa needs to grow," Waterflow told ABC News, "because we are the journalists for the people."
While Senegal's daily papers praise the...Full Story