Little spark, great flame. When there is a flicker for storytelling, the group DJ Inappropriate jumps on it and fires it up with music.
Fueled by popularity with 4 million streams on Spotify and 6 million views on youtube for the track "Allahu Akbar," DJ Inappropriate got themselves onto the viral music list of last year, the track with the most shares in proportion of users' streams. They were also "hijacked by extremists as a battle cry during deadly attacks" according to UK DailyStar. This year they are feeding flames to their success by putting out songs like "Smoke Weed Everyday." Great riff in banging pulses with awesome mixing, you get the idea.
DJ Inappropriate did not copyright their songs, but rather kindly asked people to credit them appropriately. This clever and funky video with people of different shape and color breakdancing was done by Youtuber Spikz. It is not to offend anyone or incite hatred, but just to share some fun.