Rhyme is no crime
In Tunisia, new talent is emerging every day; concerts, events and competitions are coming out of the shadows and multiplying in public places. In its fervor and excitement, this urban culture is developing at high speed. Considered as dissidents under the regime of former dictator Ben Ali, these artists now form a community that has just emerged from its hiding place. Between their daily life problems and their fantasy, this generation of new artists are asserting themselves increasingly, until it has acquired an international reputation for some.