Video For Krs-One / Greenie Hip-Hop Song Banned On YouTube

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2011 video for controversial hip-hop legend Krs-One's song entitled "Real Terrorism" featuring new artist Greenie is banned on Youtube for "shock value"--but still available on Vimeo.

Controversial hip-hop legend Krs-One is now one of very few artists in history to have a music video for a song that he produced banned from the popular YouTube site. The politically-charged track "Real Terrorism" (from the 2010 "It's All Good" CD) in which Krs-One performs with a one-time apprentice emcee named "Greenie" is filled with images of American war & devastation that Youtube has declared "too shocking" for viewers. While the Blastmaster Krs-One was not available for comment, Greenie rebutted that "the song tells the TRUTH about the United States, its massacres, and the terrorist acts our government has committed around the world. The photos used in the video are just actual historic records and are important educational materials for all to see. I am shocked that Youtube allows silliness, sex, and pop rap --but not this important material."

Those able to stomach the video for the Krs-One/Greenie "Real Terrorism" song can still watch it at:

The "It's All Good" CD is available on Itunes, Amazon, and elsewhere.


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