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لاجئي الراب Refugees Of RapIt was in 2007, in Yarmouk; a Palestinian refugee camp south of the Syrian capital that the two brothers, Yaser and Mohamed Jamous create the group "Refugees of rap". Passionate about urban culture and music, their work is originally part of the world of hip-hop. (further define the style and influences)From 2009, because of the political context in Syria, the texts of the two brothers become more engaged.In their Lyrics, Yaser and Mohamed give a glimpse of life in the Yarmouk camp, denouncing the experience of the Syrian-Palestinian population in a climate of war.Inspired by their daily lives and the political context in Syria, the two brothers sing their revolt as witnesses to the injustices and violence experienced by their people. But their words disturb, and the two brothers are threatened and forced into exile in 2013.It is in France that their voice is welcomed and is heard. The songs of Refugees of Rap are tinged with messages of peace but also speak of more intimate subjects like exile.Since their arrival in Europe until today, the group has performed in several festivals, participated in several artistic and associative projects (France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway)(2015 Summer Camps (Rennes), Warm-upRoskilde Festival (Denmark 2017), IMA 2017 Poetry Night, HUMA Festival 2016 2017 etc..)In the continuity of their project, the two brothers offer musical workshops to young teens. These are writing workshops around the notion of freedom of expression, where messages of peace and tolerance circulate. A humanist approach that democratizes rap and allows young people from all walks of life to express themselves through music and words.
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