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Rap For Democracy

Osho, Rap Against Junta

23-Jun-21 22:00

Rap For Democracy

As Myanmar's military coup solidifies its position, clashes with citizens continue to spread across the country as the demands for a return to democracy remain steadfast and persistent. With the difficulties in forming and sustaining a band in Myanmar, musicians have turned to hip-hop as a medium to express powerful messages against military violence. To understand why we check in with Osho, head honcho of the hip hop collective Rap Against Junta - he shares the reasons for the formation of the collective, laments on the current situation in their very own land, and his experiences producing tracks under challenging circumstances.

IMAGE SOURCE: Rap Against Junta / FACEBOOK

Produced by: Ali Johan, Othniel Ting

Presented by: Ali Johan, Othniel Ting


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Tags:  the pulse#whatishappeninginMyanmarMyanmar Military Couphip hop collective


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