Hip Hop Artist Cites Youtube And Vimeo Ban Of His Video With The Exact Same Footage
Detroit, Michigan — Detroit rapper Terry “Badabing” Lovely is addressing a double standard concerning the controversial music video “Try That In A Small Town” by Country music star Jason Aldean. According to Youtuibe and Vimeo the Detroit rap kingpin’s banned video composed of the exact same footage as the Aldean video was immediately banned by the platforms due to its content in 2021 and 2022. Mr. Lovely notes that his video was labeled as having violent content, while the Aldean video has garnered tens of millions of views on the two platforms. The song is being re-released on Spotify, Apple, and dozens of other streaming services over the next week.
According to numerous reports from Fox News, CNN, Billboard, and Hollywood standard Variety, the Aldean song has been criticized by entities ranging from the NAACP to top Democrat Party leaders for its depiction of Black Lives Matter, and the protest movement. The Motown rapper cites another controversial Facebook video showing an inherent and systematic bias that leads to censorship against Hip Hop artists, their lyrics, cover artwork, and videos.
The track has been re-released to the top streaming services such as Apple Music, Spotify, and Tunecore along with the video posted on Facebook and Twitter. Mr. Lovely also notes that his music video is entirely composed of clips from videos posted on Youtube and Vimeo that have garnered millions of views. The Motown rapper is donating 50% of all sales to South Africa, to aid the country in ending its extreme fuel and energy crisis.
Badabing is slated to launch a national and global campaign concerning the controversy surrounding the song and video.. According to Mr. Lovely’s management, the purpose is to protect the rights of artists to release their artwork without facing censorship. Mr. Lovely cites the controversies regarding rappers Ice Cube, Kanye West, the NWA, Tupac, and the mirror controversies concerning releases by Rock and Roll artists such as Prince, The Rolling Stones, Sinead O’ Connor, and Elvis as being his inspiration for challenging the ban on artistic expression.
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