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Jeru Da Damaga E-mail
"Don 't provoke the reporting of this rhyme inventor,
cause I blow up spots like the World Trade Center ".
Jeru Da Damaga - Come Clean
Freedom of expression. That is where everyone in a democratic country has. Can say what you want, without fear that you have to be settled on your expressions. Thought that the members of the rapgroep The Coup even when they cover for their latest CD made: In the foreground we see a member of the group, looking proud, with an ignition mechanism in hand, the background an exploded WTC.
Freedom of expression or not, after the events of September 11 last, decided to record the CD in this
capacity to bring.

The New York rapper Jeru, had been conscious of no harm when he in 1993 the Twin Towers burning on his debut picture. Both
artists wanted to make a statement. A statement that September 11 became reality. Rappers shared the same views as terrorists? Maybe. Are rappers as guilty as the perpetrators? I think not. The image on a CD cover is perhaps provocative, but the actual implementation of the extreme variant of this view took more than 6000 people living with the possible consequence a reaction that perhaps more people will cost lives.

Will the rapgroep The Coup has now be monitored? Jeru will now be arrested in connection with possible complicity in
teror attacks? At this time, Bin Laden as the mastermind behind the attacks and training camps are hard constantly. What will be painful for the Americans, as among the debris of the training camps, the debut album from Jeru be found. Although music
actually totally prohibited under the Taliban ...

DJ Chippie

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