• Music – Movies – Interviews
  • Music – Movies – Interviews
  • Music – Movies – Interviews
[Hip Hop] They are Three Song that Make Up One Anthem. Hip Hop Artists from Spain, Argentina and Mexico Unite to Rap Against Racism And Have The Message Heard Loud and Clear Across The Spanish Speaking Nations.
July 2, 2014  //  By:   //  Music, Spanish Hip Hop  //  No Comment   //   1494 Views

Here are 3 songs, yet one anthem for a global Anti-Racism movement that was kicked started in Spain and was an initiative of  NGO Movement Against Intolerance and the Afro-Spanish rapper El Chojín,  who were slowly joined by other great Spanish language rappers from other counties and releasing their own version of Rap contra el Racismo, Like Argentina and Mexico.

The goal of the song is to generate awareness and help people reflect on discrimination and racism that occurs around the world, including Spanish speaking nations. The Rap Campaign Against Racism offers lectures and Hip Hop workshops which includes rap, breakdance and graffiti and are hosted by some of the artists that are participating in the campaign.


Connect with Rap Contra El Rasismo on FACEBOOK


Lírico, Santo, El Langi, Kase O, Nach, Locus, Ose, Nervizzo, Sho Hai, Zatu, Gitano Antón, Titó y Xhelazz.


Fidel Nadal (Todos Tus Muertos), Carlos “El Negro” García López, Marciano’s Crew, Jesus Vazquez, Leeva, Alemán Grup, El Guapo MC, Juan Sativa (Tiro de Gracia), 07scovar, Chuck D & DJ Lord (Public Enemy), Eric Bobo (Cypress Hill) and El Chojín.


Chojin, Ese-O, Leazzy, Coyote, Audry funk, DJ Diego, Blastor, Danger, Skool 77, H muda, Achepe, Dr. lengua & Akil Ammar.


About the Author :

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently live in Simi Valley, CA. I've worked as on air talent in both English & Spanish radio, as well as formed part of Latin Marketing for major record labels. In recent years I have lead development artist campaigns.

Leave a reply