Rapper from Taiwan puts out track backing Hong Kong protests, as Chinese artists take sides

//Rapper from Taiwan puts out track backing Hong Kong protests, as Chinese artists take sides

Rapper from Taiwan puts out track backing Hong Kong protests, as Chinese artists take sides

An influential Taiwanese rapper has released a track in support of Hong Kong anti-government protesters, as hip hop artists from the Chinese mainland join forces to oppose the demonstrations and support the city’s embattled police force.The track, Raise My Fist, posted online this week by the rapper Dwagie, contains lines such as “They want Hong Kong but not its people / Kill all of you that love and fight for freedom” and “I stand near you and support you with my fists”.In the video for Raise…

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