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Dance With The Devil

by

Immortal Technique



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Whether this story is true or not is debatable, but Immortal Technique claims it is. Either way, this song is profound and thought provoking, as Immortal Technique raps about a guy who joins a gang that has him attack and rape a woman for initiation. When he finally looks at her face, he realized it's his mother and he kills himself. At the end of the song, we learn that Immortal Technique was a member of the gang that was there. (thanks, James - Tucson, AZ)
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Comments (8):

I actually don't like rap but this song is amazing.
- Nate, New York, NY
immortal technique is a lord
- tyrone, muswellbrook, Australia
I love this song,.Speechless everytime I listen to it.
- maggie, baldwin park, CA
Immortal Technique has already said that he did not really rape thos women but has said the story is true because this happens with gangs in America EVERYDAY!
- Azar, Staten Island, NY
if u have herd all songs by immortal technique there all depressing.why thought? why do they do this can any1 ask?but every1 must know that immortal technique always tell the real thing so yea
- liam, san juan, Puerto Rico
Immortal Technique is q profound artist that has matured through out his career, yet still holds a tight grasp to reality and real human anguish.
- Aaron, Altadena, CA
The NYPD contacted this artist about the content of the song because it resembled an actual crime.
- Jack, Cleveland, OH
immortal technique>god
- Adam, South Pasadena, Israel
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