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Originally posted by m0rbid
Anyone recognize the beat in the background?
What's the name of that song again? Wouldn't be ironic if they had ripped the beat from an American artist?
Originally posted by Flinx
From the article:
"the all-English lyrics are sung in Jamaican dancehall reggae style over a beat taken directly from the very recent international smash hit Sean Paul song “Get Busy.”"
So yep, the beat is taken from another artist.
Originally posted by T-B0
I support this I WANT THE SHADOW GOUVERMENT AND USA GAWN screw em all alqudas attackin wtc wich is the wrong thing they should be destroying those underground bases
[Edited on 17-2-2004 by T-B0]
Committee for the Defense of Legitimate Rights
Arabic Lajnat al-Difa' 'an al-Huquq al-Shar'iyyah
Sunnite Muslim group opposed to the ruling Saud dynasty in Saudi Arabia.
The group was founded in 1992 and consists largely of academics and lower-level Muslim clergy. It considers itself a pressure group for peaceful reform and for improving human rights in Saudi Arabia but also agitates against what it perceives as the political corruption of the Saudi government and ruling family. Its leader is a former physics professor, Muhammad ibn al-Masa'ari. In 1994, after experiencing government repression, the group moved its headquarters to London. Despite its claim to advocate peaceful change, the group has been accused of aiding Islamic militants seeking to overthrow the Saudi government.