Rap for humanity


As a Londoner- traumatised, scared, upset and, above all, angry by recent events. I had to put this in. There is always so much bad press circulating about the negative influence of rap music and the effect of their lyrics on young people, that it is refreshing to see a rap song put to good.

He speaks the voice of true Londoners and the amazing efforts made to ‘humanise’ and clean up our streets again. For anyone wanting to help, see this brilliant site for details.

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