Dig Me in Hip hop Cemetery

Reza Pishroo
Reza Pishroo

They have got everything, well almost, they couldn’t bring the girls bu the big old engine  Chevrolet, tattoos, ear rings, oversize tee-shirts, graffiti, skate boarding and the attitudes are much like the old time Block party rap.

When for the first time in 1979, The Sugarhill Gang  cast a phrase: “I said a hip, hop the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, a you don’t stop.” who could guess that the genre would have become a universal phenomenon.

The lyrics in’s hit song are moderately angry and as the title suggests it’s only asking for acceptance. He just loves Hip hop and would rather be digged  in a Hip hop cemetery.

Reza Pishroo for sure would pick up the momentum as a one of the best rappers inside Iran. He even creates opportunity through his song to send the massage that: ” It is happening here, right here  and right now in Tehran, we are still alive and kicking”.