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ATAMA / Press

“Hip hop DJ Atama Katama is giving a voice to the voiceless in his homeland in Borneo, where palm oil and timber firms exploit indigenous tribes’ ancestral land”

“Atama Katama is a new breed of indigenous activist and reaches out to young people through his music - a catchy fusion of old school indigenous songs with hip hop and rap”

“My Final KO's : Webley, Herbert, Pairin & Masidi !”

“My Final KO's : Webley, Herbert, Pairin & Masidi !”

“2 TKOs (Totally Knock Out) and 1 White Towel”

“Blogger's remarks hurtful: Pairin”

“Sabah Indigenous Music Resistance vs Dtk Masidi Manjun : Case Closed!”

AtamaKatama - Facebook

“Dtk Masidi Manjun: A case of the Vegetarian commenting a Satay Seller...”

“MORE FOR PBS TO WORRY THAN ATAMA”

"The World's First Sumazau Hip Hop Producer Rapper"

DJ Soulshock - North Borneo Crew

“In the new album, Atama vents frustrations with radical poetry and stalwartly answers back his critics. Faced with the lucid spectacles of the struggles and contentions of his indigenous community, he expresses hope through his rhymes.”

Boyd PV - Daily Express

“He continued singing and dancing while majoring in Tourism & Hospitality Management at Stamford College Kota Kinabalu. After graduating, Atama moved to KL to pursue a career as a Club DJ where he was the lead DJ at Arena, Bali Sunway & Modesto’s Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.”

Lisa Sabrina

“Atama timelessly merges Hip-Pop and R&B with the sexiness of Reggaeton and Dusun Blues, mixes elements of the streets.”

“Atama timelessly merges Hip-Pop and R&B with the sexiness of Reggaeton and Dusun Blues, mixes elements of the streets with Mandung-Mandung melodies of the Kulintangan.”

The Borneo Post

“You can now purchase Atama new album Bakakuk online!”

Mark Paul Baklin - iBorneoTunes