Until now the music and msm (jazz) music industry has boycotted Money is God, being an independently recorded song. The MS music media did not want to give Money is God any airplay time. Probably too controversial lyrics - especially for the jazz music section of the industry - so I was told. I heard remarks like: " All though many older rap music songs have more violent aggressive anti elite-establishment lyrics than for instance Money is God, these rap lyrics are not so threatening for the financial upper class and the financial elite. The song Money is God and the lyrics are threatening for the financial elite's status quo position, because it is a combination of (bossa) jazz music and lyrics that explain why there's a so called "economical crisis", who created it, who is victimized by it and also who benefits from this so called economical crisis. Jazz and classical music in general are the accepted means of musically expressing themselves for upper middle class and higher on the social status ladder up to the financial elite top. So a music promoter working with jazz music musicians told me. To use jazz music for spreading the news about the unpunished financial crimes that are committed by the financial elite is like cursing in your own church.
You and I know there yet has to been made a fundamental change in the financial system in order to benefit all of humanity. Until now the system has made the financial elite very quickly much more rich than they already were compared to the rest of the world's population.
Vili Ross. Nieuwegein. The Netherlands.
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P.S. You can also find a song I wrote and recorded a song about the war crimes of Tony Blair. "You only live for money, only for power." I write artistic witness songs when I feel it's needed to take a stand.