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A Rap Kreyol artist calling himself Prince-Daddy-G, 22, works on lyrics in the Koze Kreyol recording studio on July 17, 2008. Rap Kreyol lyrics are often political or rise from the difficulties of living in poverty. Koze Kreyol co-founder Emmanuel Cajuste says the music is very similar to hip-hop in the United States, but the subject matter is entirely different in that the lyrics talk more about politics and injustice than money, bling and sex.

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A Rap Kreyol artist calling himself Prince-Daddy-G, 22, works on lyrics in the Koze Kreyol recording studio on July 17, 2008. Rap Kreyol lyrics are often political or rise from the difficulties of living in poverty. Koze Kreyol co-founder Emmanuel Cajuste says the music is very similar to hip-hop in the United States, but the subject matter is entirely different in that the lyrics talk more about politics and injustice than money, bling and sex.