Idealistic rappers don't do that, they can't do that because that would be completely defeating to their purpose. Their aim is to be able to play in concert in Iran by A lot of people say that these creative underground movements have done more for change than political movements. Real Persian rap has to stay in Iran.
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Nassir Mashkouri music critic and artist See profile. Artists like Deev and Hichkas in my opinion marked the beginning of Persian political rap addressing social issues. Biria X Writer, researcher See profile.
They cannot release CDs to the open market because they are not registered so their music sold will not make them any or very little profit.
Biria was born and raised in Iran. Two thirds of the population is under 30, and this generation wants change.
Hichkas - Ye Mosht Sarbaz (Instrumental)
Thinking "Rap is God" out loud could land you in jail in Iran, where the motto is considered blasphemous. Iranian expats tell us why Iran's youth is so taken with the style. Felakat has become an icon for Iranian girls since this song, which celebrates love and fidelity.
The regime needs to be opposed with a new anthem as tough, this anthem needs to unite and relate to the biggest population of Iranians that are the twenty somethings - then the masses will listen but as I said that change will be slow.
Nassir Mashkouri founded Zirzaminan online magazine dedicated to alternative Iranian music. The problem with the rappers over there is that they have to be very careful. Internet has opened up huge opportunities for such artists, Josht don't think the West would know of such musical changes in Iran if it wasn't for the internet.
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We sing openly about the situation in Iran in our songs. This group of rappers make an effort to write lyrics that are proper Hichkax, make sense, and are not jeopardizing grammar at the cost of making a sentence rhyme. They know not to use certain words on the internet. Persian poetry has been with Iranians for centuries. Their music is widely available on the internet and on their own websites. These rappers usually have concerts in other countries as we've seen in the case of Sarbzz who is performing in the US, Dubai and Europe.
That, along with the prohibition of rap, is why the rap scene, increasingly popular over the past few years, has to stay underground.
Omid Pour Yousefi lives in Germany. One of Tapesh 's video clips in German. He raps in Tapesh But they talk about youth culture: The only thing that has changed in the recent years is that young people wanted to experiment with something different and voice their unhappiness through a genre of music that is typically used for expressing anger and dissatisfaction with a figure or system.
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And that, is the start of democracy. So the rappers keep quiet.
What they're about is not really political. But most think that leaving will disadvantage their music.
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Rap is banned in Iran, but for the past five years, young rappers have risked using the internet to share their music, which is becoming increasingly popular.
Omid Pour Yousefi Musician See profile. He's currently organising Iranian hip-hop nights in Sweden, which are starting on 7 November. A lot of people say that these creative underground movements have done more for change than political movements. The young musicians, who write about the despair of violence and unemployment, survive on secret concerts and clandestine studio recordings, which are then sold on CD in the back rooms of music shops.