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Naked Noize MC Protests against Censorship
19.08.2014 14:37
Naked Noize MC Protests against Censorship

Rapper Ivan Alekseev well-known as Noize MC appeared on stage naked at the Kubana music festival in the Krasnodar Territory.

      This was an act of protest against censorship.

      When performing on stage, Noize MC told the audience about his trip to the Ukrainian city of Lviv, where he had participated in the Zakhid festival, and emphasized that he did not see any Nazis in Ukraine, because there are not any.

      Right after that the concert online broadcasting was “suddenly” interrupted and the sound was off. In response to that the musician threw the microphone and left the stage. However, in a few minutes he appeared naked and explained that the issue was nothing but censorship.

      The festival organizers withheld comments, because such a trick by Noize MC came out of the blue to them. At the same time they did not explain the reasons for switch-off of the sound equipment.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Noize MC Censorship Russian Music   

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