DRC Music

DRC Hunger


by: Blaine Skrainka

In the West, where we don’t think twice about enjoying three hearty meals a day, it is difficult to fathom what real hunger is; hunger so severe that it colors your daily existence. For many […]

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Around The WILD World

by: Blaine Skrainka

We want to take you on a trip to the other side of the world to get brief updates on global issues that we have covered in the past. Feel free to click on each […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, al Shabab, Around The WILD World, ART, ArtReview, Blaine Skrainka, Bono, China, Congo, Damon Albarn, DRC Music, Invisible Children, Kinshasa One Two, LRA, music, ONE, OXFAM, Somalia, The Music Coalition, The Voice Project, The Wild Magazine, Uganda, world
DRC Music


by: Blaine Skrainka

Damon Albarn, the ingenious muse behind Gorillaz and Blur, has set out on a music journey to the Democratic Republic of the Congo while raising awareness for what some call The Forgotten Conflict. Following his […]

Tags: Africa, Blaine Skrainka, Congo, Damon Albarn, DR Congo, DRC, DRC Music, Human Trafficking, Humanitarian Crisis, music, OXFAM, Refugees, The Wild Magazine, War, Water Crisis, world