SHARING GAME | Kelvyn Colt & Roots Berlin

With ROOTS Berlin

Panel Talk hosted by ROOTS Berlin at ‘Sharing Game’, a get-together for upcoming BIPoC musicians.


  • Kelvyn Colt: Regarded as 'one of the most promising emerging artists' by Hypebeast and ‘future of hip-hop’ by Vogue Magazine, Kelvyn Colt is at the forefront of a new wave of European hip-hop artists relevant in the international music scene.

  • Eunique: With her debut album "GIFT", Eunique charted at number 1 in the German hip-hop charts in 2018 and inspired the whole of Germany with her music for the first time. After the worldwide forced break, the power woman and exceptional artist is now back with her second album "SPLIT" & is more energetic than ever.

  • Patrick Mushatsi-Kareba: Born in Frankfurt, Patrick started his career in the late 90s as a music and culture journalist for the city magazine FRIZZ. He filled major positions at several downloading and streaming platforms and finally switched over to the label side in 2016, becoming General Manager of Marketing & Digital in Universal Music’s domestic division, in the heart of Berlin. In 2018 Mushatsi-Kareba was appointed CEO of Sony Music Entertainment in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

  • Joy Denalane: Soul and r&b singer from Berlin, Germany. Influenced by jazz, funk and soul. With the release of her debut album "Mamani" in 2002, she became one of the first German artists to address her afro-diasporic origins. She deals with themes such as family, identity, racism and sexism, which along with classic love songs, play a major role in her overall work. In 2020, Denalane released her fifth studio album 'Let Yourself Be Loved', becoming the first German artist to appear on the legendary Motown label.

  • Sylabil Spill: rapper, MC, real-time reporter, trainer and activist from Bonn. The native Congolese is a jack of all trades. He draws the energy for his projects from his deep rooted desire for self-realization and love.