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Zambian Hip-Hop Star Slapdee to Speak at Harvard’s Africa Business Club (ABC)

Slapdee, whose real name is Mwila Musonda, is a Zambian hip hop and rap musician. He has won multiple awards since his debut in 2006 and is often regarded as one of the pioneers of Zambian hip-hop.


Slapdee has been invited to speak at Harvard’s Africa Business Club (ABC) in Boston. The ABC provides services and resources for African students, students who have worked in Africa, and any student with a professional or cultural interest in Africa. They also promote engagement between the African business community and Harvard Business School

This invitation is an excellent opportunity for Slapdee to share his experiences and insights with a wider audience. It also highlights the importance of African voices in global conversations about business and entrepreneurship.

SAVE THE DATE! The 25th Annual Africa Business Conference will take place on March 24 & 25, 2023 at the Harvard Business School.