|1||–Chang Ping||Speech Is Freedom (Chinese Version)|
|2||–Prachatai||Underground Radio (Thai Version)|
|3||–Galima Bukharbaeva||Dear Mr. President (Uzbek Version)|
|4||–Bùi Thanh Hiếu||When Did Do Dang Die?|
|5||–Chang Ping||Freedom Cage (Chinese Version)|
|6||–Chang Ping||Speech Is Freedom|
|7||–Galima Bukharbaeva||A Businessman Died|
|9||–Basma Abdelaziz||Hunger Games|
|10||–Bùi Thanh Hiếu||Introducing Chaos (Vietnamese Version)|
|11||–Galima Bukharbaeva||Dear Mr. President|
|12||–Bùi Thanh Hiếu||Introducing Chaos|
|13||–Bùi Thanh Hiếu||When Did Do Dang Die? (Vietnamese Version)|
|14||–Chang Ping||Freedom Cage|
|15||–Galima Bukharbaeva||A Businessman Died (Uzbek Version)|
|16||–Basma Abdelaziz||Hunger Games (Egyptian Version)|
|18||–Basma Abdelaziz||Modern Ovens|
|19||–Basma Abdelaziz||Modern Ovens (Egyptian Version)|
|20||–Prachatai||Infographic (Thai Version)|
THE UNCENSORED PLAYLIST is the first album to fight censorship.
Each track you hear on this record is based on an article by a journalist whose work has been censored by a repressive regime.
5 journalists became music artists. 10 articles were turned into pop songs and uploaded to free streaming services, available even in the most censored countries.
5 journalists. 10 songs. 1 goal.
To make their voices heard. And to bring truth back to places from where it has been banished.
By purchasing this record you are supporting Reporters Without Borders Germany in their fight for world-wide press freedom. Thank you for being a part in this.
Freedom of speech won’t be silenced as long as people raise their voices. As long as people like you step up for
it. Let’s play the truth as loud as possible.
To learn more about the project and the brave journalists who made it possible visit:
The Uncensored Playlist is now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and Amazon Music.
The Uncensored Playlist was brought to life by:
Reporters Without Borders Germany: Daniel Schmidthäussler, Christoph Dreyer, Ulrike Gruska, Anne Renzenbrink
DaHouse Audio: Lucas Mayer, Iris Fuzaro, Rodrigo Deltoro, Cassiano Derenji, Wonder Bettin, Raphael Miranda, Kabé Pinheiro, Markus Thomas, Jazzy Dạ Lam
DDB Germany: Gabriel Mattar, Dennis May, Ricardo Wolff, Bianca Dordea, Felipe Cury, Patrik Lenhart, Jack Christensen, Marco Lemcke, Evandro Scudeler, Lis Ferreira, Sarah Bensel, Sascha Gerlach
China: Chang Ping. Vietnam: Bùi Thanh Hiếu. Uzbekistan: Galima Bukharbaeva. ThaiLand: PRACHATAI. Egypt: BASMA ABDELAZIZ. The film. My name is Chang Ping. Now the government of Hong Kong denies me permission to work there. My family and I now live in exile. This exchange it's never fair In this freedom are stuck in this freedom cage. Read full article. In china, journalists often face reprisals. Trong used an anti-corruption shirt in Thanh's trial Even though the status of the investigation is of poor management. So what's up with that fake T-shirt When nothing's been proved People walking to their demise The information is you. Government leads the press Trong has nothing to lose Covering Formosa's trial Forcing Trinh Xuan Thanh to move. ThaiLand: Prachatai. Egypt: Basma Abdelaziz. Join our fight for freedom of information and spread The Uncensored Playlist using our hashtag truthfindsaway. Lets play our songs as loud as possible . Features Song Lyrics for Galima Bukharbaeva's The Uncensored Playlist album. Dear Mr. President Lyrics. A Businessman Died Lyrics. Galima Bukharbaeva Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop Wipe Out June 22, 1963. RIFFd: Nas Nasir. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop Mr. Tambourine Man June 21, 1965. The album, Dear Mr. President was created from texts written by Uzbek journalist Galima Bukharbaeva. The articles were transformed into pop songs and. President - Galima Bukharbaeva - Продолжительность: 16:44 . Label Recommended for you. Photograph: The Uncensored Playlist. This got them thinking: why not turn censored articles into pop songs to bypass the firewalls and slip these stories back into countries where they had been forbidden They presented the idea to RSF Germanys executive director, Christian Mihr, who loved it, and so they began fleshing out the proposal. Chang and Vietnams Bùi Thanh Hiếeu were already exiled, but the others Egypts Basma Abdelaziz, a Thai collective known as Prachatai, and Uzbekistans Galima Bukharbaeva continue to live and work in their homelands. It is testament to RSF Germanys standing, and belief in the project, that none of the five declined the invitation. The playlist includes 10 songs in English by four journalists and one organization - Chang Ping, Bùi Thanh Hiếu, Galima Bukharbaeva, Basma Abdel Aziz, and reporters from online Thai newspaper Prachatai - as well as eight additional Uzbek, Vietnamese, Egyptian, and Chinese versions. Reporters Without Borders Germany says it has used a digital loophole to make the songs available even in the countries where the uncensored written articles - which covered topics from police brutality in Uzbekistan to government corruption in Vietnam - originally were not. A Businessman Died - Galima Bukharbaeva. When Did Do Dang Die - Bui Thanh Hieu. Introducing Chaos - Bui Thanh Hieu. Hunger Games - Basma Abdelaziz. Modern Ovens - Basma Abdelaziz. Freedom Cage - Chang Ping. Speech Is Freedom - Chang Ping. Underground Radio - Prachatai. Infographic - Prachatai. President - Uzbekistan Version - Galima Bukharbaeva. A Businessman Died - Uzbekistan Version - Galima Bukharbaeva. Check it out truthfindsaway The Uncensored Playlist from Reporters Without Borders Germany. Turning journalists into music artists so that their censored stories reach countries where the truth is forbidden