Here’s the latest science rap making the internet rounds, from a group of Australian climate scientists.
Video production values = A
Rap production values = C
Excessive use of profanity = A+
Kind of funny, and important message. Go Australia.
For higher quality Australian hip hop on climate change, I direct you to “Sea is Rising” by Bliss ‘n Eso. Similar to “Rising Down” (discussed here), the song takes a more traditional hip hop tack of discussing environmental degradation in the context of social issues and violence (for the even more emotive John Butler-introduced version, click here).