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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thai hip hop is hip hop music made in Thailand. Pioneer artists by Joey Boy and popular hip hop artists of Thailand include Dajim, Southside, Fukking Hero, Sing Neua Seua Tai, Buddha Bless, Thaitanium, Youngohm and PMC.[1] [2]

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History

Thai hip hop scene started in 1991 by Thai pop singers Jetrin Wattanasin and Touch Na Takuatung are known for being the first artist to experiment hip hop in Thai pop music industry. Earliest Thai hip hop group TKO were signed to KITA Records and they first album in 1993 ORIGINAL THAI RAP was produced by Kamol Sukosol Clapp, but commercially unsuccessful and influenced by US hip hop[3]. Joey Boy was signed to Bakery Music, which became success in his debut album, Joey Boy and Thai hip hop became widely popular in Thailand since the mid-1990s.

Politics

In October 2018, a 10-member group called Rap Against Dictatorship (RAD) released a song and music video entitled "Prathet Ku Me" ("My Country’s Got..."). A member identifying themselves as Hockhacker explained the song's message, "As artists, we want to reflect the truth of the society we are living in under dictatorship." The song was received well, garnering 47 million views on YouTube (with a like/dislike ratio of 1M : 33,000) before being taken down. The government attempted to ban the song claiming content relating to the Thammasat University massacre violated the nation's Computer Crime Act, threatening to prosecute those who would share or republish the song or video. Blockchain technology was utilized by fans to prevent the government from accessing or deleting the video entirely, and it continued to be shared. A few days later, various police and government officials and spokespeople walked back previous statements and some showed support for expressing a variety of viewpoints.[4][5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Thaitanium releases sixth album: "Still Resisting" | CNN Travel". Travel.cnn.com. 2010-06-11. Retrieved 2014-02-25.
  2. ^ Pradh (2017-12-01). "ทำความรู้จัก "ปู่จ๋าน ลองไมค์" แร็ปเปอร์ร้อยล้านวิว กับผลงานที่มัดใจผู้ฟัง". sanook.com (in Thai). Retrieved 2018-12-18.
  3. ^ kyobo (2015-03-16). "ย้อนวันวาน TKO ต้นฉบับวงแรป วงแรกของไทย". Mthai.com (in Thai). Retrieved 2018-12-18.
  4. ^ "Backdown over "Prathet Ku Mee" anti-military rap". Phuket: The Thaiger. 2018-10-30. Retrieved 2018-11-05.
  5. ^ "Rap raising debate in the lead up to February election". Phuket: The Thaiger. 2018-11-03. Retrieved 2018-11-05.
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