BIGG: THE DONS OF MOROCCAN GHETTO-HOP PART 3!

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BIGG is a Moroccan rapper born in Casablanca. He is also known as AL KHASER (rude boy). A nickname he was given mainly because he always refused to censor himself and because of his controversial lyrics but he argues that, “the main aim is to give back its real place to the DARIJA in Morocco where people tend to forget that it is one of the few treasures which remains from our History”.

BTW, “DARIJA” is the Moroccan dialect of Arabic!

His, “MGHARBA TAL MOUTE” was the first Moroccan album to really touch on all subjects and all social categories, fear of the power, Citizenship, Hypocrisy, Freedom of Speech, Childhood, Corruption or even Maternal affection are all subjects dealt with in Biggs masterpiece.

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