Kezang Dorji: How Eminem inspired Bhutan’s star rapper – BBC News

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Kezang Dorji, 28, rose from a poor background to become one of Bhutan’s most loved rappers.

He was inspired by Eminem growing up – and raps about the dangers of alcoholism and substance abuse.

Producer: Anbarasan Ethirajan

Camera: Choling

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  1. I am lethargic and bored by the unethical psychologists with a szcophrenia weapon and their arrogance on torture.You can't see a broken brain unlike broken bones and these arrogant psychological human rights criminals just brush it aside and carry on life thefts of a human life by psychological attacks.Do they use szcophrenia weapons on their family?The don't have the right to do it.I say no to them and no to the television element especially for shielding the psychologists who have no ethics or morality.Rape of the brain is no different from rape of the body.If collaborators in the family had said no to these authority figures I'm sure the whole psychological attacks would of ended including trade unions saying no to it.I see no evidence of it ending.Decades of szcophrenia inflicted by a machine and psychological attacks even in a nhs hospital.

  2. Has anybody on here ever watched one of the following YouTube channels ?

    *Red Ice TV
    *Millennial Woes
    *Way of the World
    *Earthling Carl
    *Mark Collett
    *American Renaissance
    *Faith Goldy
    *Wife With A Purpose
    *Bre Fauchex
    *Blonde in the belly of the Beast
    *Alternative Hypothesis

  3. Who inspired Eminem, who does he emulate should be the questions. Give credit to the culture that started rap. Initially, rap was "conscious rap" until the fake jews got involved. Smh.

  4. A rapper that spreads morality! Great for mankind! Good job young man! I myself lived in the ghetto in Detroit with a hard knock life, Eminem is among millions in Detroit and surrounding areas with great hardships that could be used for good purposes if they're turned into positive messages for our community and the world. I believe Marshall should incorporate more of his learned values into his music because he has experience in hardships many millions around the world can relate to! He does have some morality value in some songs, but he could really make a huge social impact in important ways like this young man is doing! Unfortunately, swearing is a second language in Detroit. Myself included, I've never met ANYONE, including clergy, that don't swear as part of their cultural language in Detroit. Keep up the good work!

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