Ronnie Ronnie of Uganda, Africa This is For U


Leroy - Posted on 25 November 2010

Author: 
Leroy Moore Jr.

Krip-Hop Nation, DADA Festival and The British Council in Uganda have really pulled out everything to get Ronnie Ronnie of Uganda here at DADA Fest  but time was not on our side.  Ronnie Ronnie was faced with bureaucracy in the beginning but DADA Festival and The Director at the British Council in Uganda tried to cut through this red tape but time was not on our side.    Ronnie Ronnie is a key member of Krip-Hop Nation and MWD and wrote/sang the theme song for DADA Fest this year.  We will miss him so I wrote this song that MWD will perform here at DADA Festival plus we will play Ronnie Ronnie’s songs and speeches.  I wrote the song below not only for Ronnie Ronnie but also for all people who are poor and disabled who face institutional roadblocks when it comes to travel.  We, Krip-Hop Nation recognized individuals in institutions who are trying to cut down these roadblocks…

 

Krip-Hop Passport    

 

Chorus

Hey embassy in Uganda

Who need ya?

Trying to take down our brotha

 

Wait its not all Black & White

People stepped up and fight

DADA & British Council Director in Uganda

Stripped off the red tap wrapped so tight

 

Krip-Hop Passport

Welcome to our world

No more asking for stamp of approval

Now we rule

 

Verse 1

Freeing our people

Its simple

We will travel with Krip-Hop passport

 

Accessible airports

Roomy airplanes

No pat downs

 

Chorus

Hey embassy in Uganda

Who need ya?

Trying to take down our brotha

 

Wait its not all Black & White

People stepped up and fight

DADA & British Council Director in Uganda

Stripped off the red tap wrapped so tight

 

Krip-Hop Passport

Welcome to our world

No more asking for stamp of approval

Now we rule

 

Verse 2

We will travel

In packs going here and there

On water & in the air

 

Krip-Hop music you will hear

On airwaves & in accessible concert halls

Calling one calling all

 

Bridge

Ronnie Ronnie

Will be free to spread his wings

From Africa to America

 

Sing his songs

All daylong

Come one come all

 

Big time musicians

Keep your charity

Can’t u see clearly?

 

Don’t need your pity

Share your power & money

Free our people from red tape bureaucracy

 

Chorus  

 

Hey embassy in Uganda

Who need ya?

Trying to take down our brotha

Wait its not all Black & White

People stepped up and fight

DADA & British Council Director in Uganda

Stripped off the red tap wrapped so tight

 

Welcome to Krip-Hop world

No more asking for stamp of approval

Now we rule

 

Verse 3

Krip-Hop passport

Delivering justice

Not only for us

 

Thank you British Council & DADA

For trying to get

Mcees With Disabilities togetha

 

Cause Nothing About Us Without Us

How funny

Travel is no problem in wealthy countries

 

Not funny

African disabled man

Was denied has things changed in our time

 

Chorus

Hey embassy in Uganda

Who need ya?

Trying to take down our brotha

 

Wait its not all Black & White

People stepped up and fight

DADA & British Council Director in Uganda

Stripped off the red tap wrapped so tight

 

 

Krip-Hop Passport

Welcome to our world

No more asking for stamp of approval

Now we rule

 

Outro

Krip-Hop music

Dancing through boarders

To unite our disabled brothers & sisters

 

Ronnie Ronnie we will defend

This will never happen again

Thank you to all who stood up

Krip-Hop Nation will unite and fight to the end

 

Written By Leroy Moore

Sung & Spoken by Lady MJ, Binki Woi & Leroy Moore

For Ronnie Ronnie in Uganda, Africa

PNN RADIO

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