Hip hop / pop rapper M.I.A. has just released the official music video for her single "Double Bubble Trouble," from her recent album Matangi. The uncensored video -- containing scenes of 3D-printed guns being made, smoke-filled bubbles, and females wearing controversial niqabs -- was released but then blocked by her label. M.I.A. fans went on Twitter to complain and 20 minutes later the Universal Music Group unblocked it:
— M.I.A (@MIAuniverse) May 19, 2014
The video should initiate political awareness on what's going on. M.I.A. directed it herself, but with all the bright colors and flashing lights, it should have had warning in the beginning for those who suffer from migraines and seizures.
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Source: MIA YouTube Channel