Warrick Moses received his PhD in African and African American Studies with a secondary field in Ethnomusicology from Harvard University in May 2019. His dissertation project, "In the Mix," explores expressions of “mixed race” or “coloured” socio-political, linguistic, and cultural identity in Cape Town-based hip hop music. Warrick’s academic interests include Afrofuturism from the continent; performativity and/of Blackness; Diasporic musical praxis; and applied ethnomusicology.
Warrick also holds a Master of Woodwind Performance degree from Boston University, and a Master of Arts degree (Ethnomusicology) from Tufts University.
He is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the CIPHER Hip Hop Interpellation project at University College Cork, Ireland.