Rapolitics: Political voice through hip hop
Rap as an art form is founded on the basic principle that all people have a voice and a story to tell; To rap, you need nothing but your voice. Explore the world of raptivism to learn how youth worldwide are using rap as a tool for change.
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Dodix and El Sheefra song Lessa
I like this song because it talks about everyday injustice and issues that the Jordanian youth face through there lives . They use their voices to express there everyday problems hopping people would listen and have an impact on the society in a positive way.
Same love by Macklemore
Same love is a song about how homosexual love is the same as any other kind of love, so therefore homosexuals should have the same rights as everyone else I like this song because it is catchy and easy to listen to, while having an important message It is a great way of using your political voi...
I like a Zambian musician's song called Ku Lusaka ekwafisama MP tulemukonka nango batutobe apapi welcome to Lusaka ba Kopala musabwele nafifwaka.( meaning in Lusaka that's where the MP is hiding, we will follow him we don't care if the slap us welcome to Lusaka Copper belt people.) the whole conc...
Political voice through hip hop
I like this song bashi tasila because it talks about politics It is a great way of using your political voice because most people especially youths like listening to music .music also draw attention to a lot of people ,sometimes you just find your self listening to music in a bus,taxi or at the...