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“For me, Ferentari has an American style, a place where there are plenty of talented people, and many of them respectful” —The sincerity of R.M.C., a budding hip-hop/trap artist

Matei Răzvan Constantin, whom his friends know as R.M.C. or Mateiu, is one of the thousands of young people in Romania who are trying to change their lives through music. What in his troubled childhood was just a way to escape everyday life has become a passion and a dream with career potential. R.M.C. loves the respect that the inhabitants of Ferentari show, and he doesn’t hide his admiration for the Roma people’s traditions and the way they manage to stay united. Mateiu’s life story is, in fact, that of any child from a family without possibilities, harshly tried by life and matured early, totally built on the path to follow — in his case, music!

More about R.M.C., in a highly motivational self-portrait: here

Creative teenagers and young adults who grew up in Ferentari neighborhood in Bucharest write articles about Roma culture, with editorial guidance, as part of “Avdives, Khetanes!” (translation “Today, together!”) project implemented by Amfiteatru Foundation.

“Avdives, Khetanes!” aims to increase inclusion and develop the premises for a better quality of life for Roma children in Belin commune, Covasna county and in Ferentari marginalized neighbourhood (Sector 5, Bucharest).