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Crash Course.

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French group Le Peuple de l’Herbe recently released visuals for their single “Parler le fracas”. It appears that Yeezy and Hov weren’t the only ones who had revolution in mind. Directed by Wasaru, the video shows gives its audience a crash course in the evolution of revolution.

“Parler le fracas” by Le Peuple de l’Herbe.↓

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