Rap Against Dictatorship: Thai music video riles government

Young people in Thailand are using music as the medium to send a strong political message to the military government.

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    Several anti-government movements are determined to get noticed between now and February 2019, when Thailand will hold its much-delayed first general election since the military coup four years ago.

    The YouTube video, made by a group called Rap Against Dictatorship, has become hugely popular, and the Thai military government doesn't want anyone to see it.

    Al Jazeera’s Scott Heidler has the story from the capital Bangkok.


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