Protest songs by Senegalese rappers have become the unofficial soundtrack of the opposition movement, uniting demonstrators seeking to oust President Abdoulaye Wade.
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The Senegalese hip-hop community, led by rapper Red Black, is rallying behind the opposition movement.
Senegalese rapper Red Black's music has become an opposition anthem in the bid to unseat President Abdoulaye Wade.
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Tension is increasing in Dakar, the Senegalese capital, where demonstrators are rallying against President Abdoulaye Wade and demanding his resignation.