Monthly Archives: March 2012


I just had to share this. Controversial songs always attract attention and this song isn’t any different. Enjoy.

D_ (follow me on twitter @song_1985)

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Footballers who died on a pitch [video]

I found this video whiles searching for clips of footballers who died as a result of heart failure on the pitch. The first video in this compilation says it all. One moment you’re jumping for joy having scored a goal, the next you’re clutching your chest in agony. Then death follows. Fucking Life . Huff!

I’m not a supporter of Bolton but I’m a supporter of life. So I cant wait to see Fabrice Muamba back on his feet. Even if he doesn’t play again, it’d be more than enough.

Get well soon Fabrice.

D_ (follow me on twitter @song_1985)

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Director of KONY2012 (Jason Russell) Arrested

The full details of this case have yet to be released by the police after his arrest but my suspicion is that this meltdown will be linked to all the negative backlash his kony2012 documentary has received.

Some people don’t take rejection well. At all.

Hang in there Jason.

D_ (follow me on twitter @song_1985)

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click, view, learn - adam maikkula

I’ve written before on Jay-Z’s partnership with Water For Life and the UN to raise awareness of the world’s water crisis, but after seeing a video from the World Food Programme about rapper 50 Cent visiting Somalia to see how his donations have helped during the famine, I started to think further on what we are witnessing…

Even 50 will tell you that what viewers are seeing violates their expectations of their image of him, and that he may be alienating his core musical audience by getting into the philanthropy ring. “I don’t care if my audience is prepared to move forward with me. They may not necessarily be growing at the same pace.” (video below)

Jay-Z was one of the first elite rappers to use their name to raise awareness for global issues. Much like Bono has done for AIDS, Jay-Z took on the responsibility for making it…

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KONY 2012

Joseph Kony

Joseph Kony


For the past couple of days, one name that has come up wherever you look it seems whether you intended to or not is Joseph Kony.

Who? Yes that was the same reaction I got when I first heard the name . But upon further reading I got to know that I knew him by face and his dastardly deeds not by name. Saw him in a news report by CNN two years ago I think, when it was reported he had crossed the Ugandan border into another country thereby evading the Ugandan military.

Well thanks to these two filmmakers I wont be forgetting this name anytime soon. These two gentlemen from Invisible Children have produced the most viral video of 2012 so far by making a documentary about the LRA’s (Lord’s Revolution Army) leader Joseph Kony with their main purpose being to highlight his atrocities against his own people.

The documentary aptly name “Kony 2012” has drawn an astounding 62 million + views withing the space of 3 days on youtube as I write this. Not even Lady Gaga has managed this feat. But that could be because of the kind of help they got in promoting their documentary. There are even rumours of the filmmakers involvement with Anonymous (The international network of hackers) to help them blast their message to millions around the world.

Celebrities like Oprah and P. Diddy have been flooding their timelines on Twitter promoting the video their followers after they themselves were bombarded in the documentary’s campaign drive.

But then something happened. Just as the video was racking up millions of views on youtube, the critics started their own campaign to discredit the documentary. One of the many points made against the video was certain factual inaccuracies like it getting Uganda’s location on Africa’s wrong. Another is that the documentary makers have failed to highlight the Ugandan army’s own crimes against their own people with documented cases of rape and terrorist behaviour from some within the ranks of the army.

For all you know the guy could be dead. But remember they said the same thing about Osama bin Laden and we all know how that ended.

I am yet to watch the documentary in full having seen bits of it on CNN and Al jazeera but I have beef with people obsessed with finding faults with the documentary completely disregarding the motive of the documentary all together.

“Kony 2012” aims to make Joseph Kony famous so the world’s divided attention can be focused if even briefly, on this man. It has managed to do that. Now, we all wait for what happens next.




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