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    Kicked Pushed: Some of you may have heard or read about what happened in Sweden's Gothenburg. Where after the performance a bouncer wouldn't allow me to go backstage to collect my things, though I had my pass in hand. The story is deep, and Sol Guy (my friend and manager) ended up going to jail for the night in Sweden. And me and the band spent the night at the station waitin for him. While it was us who were disrespected and actually physically assaulted, it was also us who were betrayed, processed and reminded of the diseases in the human heart. Fortunately, we were traveling with a camera and so we have some of those people and some of the situation on camera.

    Those of you who know my music know that I've never really written for leisure. And that my experiences have always been at the forefront of my music. And you must agree, rarely is life uneventful. But this one called for special presentation. So I wrote a song, using Lupe Fiasco's Kick Push instrumental. Documenting the experience we had in Sweden, I call this song... KickED PushED. We also put together a video for the song, using the ACTUAL footage from the scenario. Nothing is re created, or re enacted, everything that you see is REAL.

    Enjoy it (it's hard to say that about this one)

    Peace, K'naan.


    re-Marc'able, astropuke, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. re-Marc'able 76 months ago | reply

      i want to see this video.

    2. Eva Blue 76 months ago | reply

      i really wanted to shoot this guy. saw him with wyclef a couple of years back. oh well....

    3. photography by rockfingrz 76 months ago | reply

      brilliant colour, very nice shot, gets me very interested in finding out more about this artist 5/5

    4. James Arnold. 76 months ago | reply

      I love all the colours along with the highlights around the edge... nice shot.

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