Senegalese rappers are taking on the news in the way they know best.
"Welcome; make yourself comfortable," hip-hop artist Xuman rapped. "We've got some news for you."
Rap in Senegal has a history of being tied to protest and opposition movements.
"In this country, there are 100,000 companies who need to pay their taxes. From the 10,000 who pay, only 100 pay the majority. But the mining companies pay 0 percent!" Xuman rapped.
Their raps are either in French or in a Senegalese native language, Wolof.
They can reach people who might not follow traditional news outlets, like younger generations.
While their main platform is their YouTube channel, the videos also air after the evening news on a TV station in Senegal's capital.
Their viewers are often outside Senegal, and their show also features other rappers from nearby countries.