Adelaide Fringe: Hip Hop for moral growth

Adelaide Fringe: Hip Hop for moral growthHesh (Hibble) is an acclaimed hip hop artist from the Melbourne based hip hop group called the Brothahood, a conscious hip hop group which promote positivity and meaningful messages through their music for young people. Hesh is now bringing that vibe and more to a younger group of children. He will be performing at the Adelaide Fringe from 22 February to 8 March.


Hesh’s experiences as a hip hop artist from the Brothahood is about breaking stereotypes about Muslims and to promote peace as Muslims as well as bringing in positivity between Muslims and non Muslims. The idea in this show is to also promote peace as well as good morals. Hesh believes this is done by educating children through inclusivity by interacting with all the audience.



Presented by: Hesham Habibullah

Hesh (Hibble) is a hip hop artist hailing from Melbourne. As a performer for Melbourne hip hop group the Brothahood, Hesh is no stranger to the microphone and has done hundreds of shows all around the country and the world. Hesh’s message is to promote a happy and positive message to the world in what his passions, hip hop and entertainment.He has performed with many well known hip hop artists such as Obie Trice and Tupac’s hip hop group, the Outlawz.

“Hesh and brought a unique energy and perspective to the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival with his dynamic and meaningful rap workshops. His sessions engaged diverse groups of children and young people, captivating both Balinese and international audiences. We loved having him here!” Donica Bettanin. Ubud readers and writers festival Director

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