There must be some of this lurking somewhere.
It's lurking on page 2.
Edit: Although, looking over that topic again, maybe it's worth another shot...
I think "A Cryptic Gospel" by Ecclesiastes of Proletariat Productions is very good. Musically it's certainly not as good as Ludacris or someone like that, but I think he more than makes up for it by having something to say. And musically it's not bad, although it's a bit repetitive at points and I didn't like one of the first few songs on the CD.
I would take their disclaimer/intro seriously though.
Try the group Public Enemy, they're not communist but you can interpret that they're anti-bourgeiose, or at least anti-U.S..
We have beaten you to the moon, but you have beaten us in sausage making.- Nikita Khrushchev
Exactly. Usually you can interpret lyrics however you want.
Wikipedia has some good articles on political hip hop and a list of some of the more influential artists
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_po ... op_artists
Also see this playlist http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p ... C54581F0C6
I only listen to German hip-hop.
"We have learned the social justice will always be more important than freedom of the press to write lies"
"My music plays where conspirative cells blow up the boss's car"
"I threaten the life of every liberal son of a bitch"
Here is a french antifascist rap collective. You can download some songs.
I listen to some German hip-hop as well. I particularly like the songs of Seeed and Kool Savas, especially Dickes B. Granted the message isn't communist but it's still great music.
There are no libertarians in dumpsters.
You should listen to MaKss Damage, KIZ and Sido.
If you don't mind rap- rock or rap-metal I would recomend rage against the machine
"Those who do not move, do not notice their chains." - Rosa Luxemburg
Long Live The Bolivarian Revolution!
RIP Muamar Qadafi
RIP Hugo Chavez
keny arkana is french and pretty good leftist rap artist.
The schizophrenic is the new jew.
Bravo Stalin - Lukov marsh:
This is a song against Bulgarian neo-nazis and their march, which held annually in honor of the famous Bulgarian nazi General Hristo Lukov, assassinated by the Bulgarian Communist Party in 1943. I posted a topic but do not know if will be approved, so I give the song here too.
What is to be done
His music is pretty good and very communist.
He starts of in "what is to be done" by talking about giving the factories and the land to the workers and his name litterally means "Red Mind". Has nobody else on this forum heard of him?
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