Camo & Krooked – Set It Off (feat. Jeru The Damaja)

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“With ‘Set It Off’ we wanted to create a hybrid between 90s hip-hop and forward-thinking D+B. Having Jeru The Damaja rap on our tune is a big honour, as he is one of the founding fathers of this era, working with Guru and DJ Premier of Gang Starr, and a personal youth hero.” – Camo & Krooked

After the effects of their Haitian weapon ‘Loa’ and recent heavyweight collaboration with Mefjus ‘Kallisto’, Hospital Records’ architects of the anti-drop, Camo & Krooked unleash their huge hip-hop meets drum & bass hybrid, ‘Set It Off’ with the lyrical mastery of hip-hop legend Jeru The Damaja.

On Camo & Krooked’s third release since returning home to Hospital Records, their sharp production is packed tightly with lashings of hip-hop beats and vocal hooks that crescendo into their famous stripped back anti-drop.

Hailing from Austria, Camo & Krooked have dominated the global drum & bass scene since signing to Hospital Records in 2010. These soundwave scientists can be found across the world in the coming months bringing their unique DJ sets to The Netherlands, Estonia, Poland, Australia, New Zealand and London for Hospitality Returns to The Dock in 2020.

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Haiti: Protesters take to the streets of the capital Port-au-Prince | AFP

Haitian protesters march in the capital Port-au-Prince as opponents of President Jovenel Moise continue to demand his resignation. IMAGES

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Camo & Krooked & Mefjus – Kallisto

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After announcing their return to Hospital Records, and the release of their Haitian dancefloor weapon ‘Loa’, drum & bass goliaths Camo & Krooked keep their foot firmly on the gas with the release of ‘Kallisto’ – an exciting collaboration with neurofunk titan, Mefjus.

Plunge into a melting pot of first-class sonics, with influences from across the spectrum of electronic music. Hair-raising atmospherics, electro-grizzle and just the right amount of glitch, see the incredible talent of Camo & Krooked and Mefjus unify for a track of pure slickness.

“Kallisto is the perfect example of the musical and sonic middle ground between both Mefjus and us. When we get in the studio together, the blending of our sounds feels really natural to us.” – Camo & Krooked

These soundwave surgeons can be found dishing out their latest creations all across Europe this summer in Austria, UK, The Czech Republic, Belgium and Switzerland at festivals such as Hospitality In The Park 2019, Let It Roll 2019, and more.

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Haitian self-taught heavyweight boxer struggles to get a break | AFP

Haitian self-taught heavyweight boxer Ducas Delian says his country’s boxing federation denies him the opportunity to represent his country in the ring. Delian, a 34-year-old single father who trains by himself and makes a living by giving private classes, says he hopes to eventually “get a shot to prove myself.”

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Gang wars and gang rape: Haiti’s poorest women get no help from anyone | AFP

Raped, widowed, homeless: the women of the slum of La Saline, in Haiti, are on their own, abandoned to gangs. In November, in the heart of the Haitian capital, clashes between gangs turned to massacre, plunging the survivors further into misery.

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Thousands march in Port-au-Prince to demand president’s resignation | AFP

Several thousand demonstrators march through Port-au-Prince to demand the resignation of Haitian President Jovenel Moise over allegations of embezzlement.

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Chaos & looting: Violent clashes grip Haiti

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Haitian capital on Monday, clashing with police for the fifth straight day of demonstrations against economic mismanagement and corruption.

Thousands marched in the street of Port-au-Prince, car tires were lit in the middle of the streets and at least two businesses were looted.

Organizers pledged more protests in the days to come, increasing pressure on President Jovenel Moise, who is calling for negotiations with the opposition.

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Haitians honour souls of the dead in fading tradition

In a cemetery in Port-au-Prince, people honour the souls of the dead by dressing as voodoo spirits of death — a Haitian tradition that has faded over the years, under pressure from some Protestant groups and eclipsed by the increasing popularity of Halloween.

Haitian migrants turn away from Trump’s US for Chile and Mexico

Haitian migrants set up barber shops, restaurants and businesses in the Chilean town of Quilicura or the Mexican town of Tijuana; places which have become a home away from home as they turn away from Trump’s United States.

Haitian and Pro-Trump Crowds Rally at Mar-a-Lago

Haitian and pro-Trump protesters yelled at each other from opposing corners just down the street from the president’s Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago retreat. (Jan. 15)

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Budget (not) approved: Teargas & arrests at rally against Haitian govt.

Protesters clashed with police in Port-Au-Prince after the Haitian government approved the controversial 2018 budget, leading to several arrests and the use of teargas on demonstrators

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Haitian Migrants Stranded In Tijuana

Over the past year, 16,000 Haitians arrived at the Mexico-U.S. border seeking asylum. The majority of these Haitian migrants made a months-long journey across Central and South America from Brazil, where they had settled after fleeing the devastation of the 2010 earthquake in their homeland. The journey north was not easy; it was long, expensive, and extremely dangerous. The trip meant crossing 10 countries by foot, bus and boat, dealing with human smugglers and corrupt police.

The U.S. had once welcomed Haitians, but with an estimated 40,000 of them en route, former President Barack Obama, and now President Donald Trump, refused to let them cross the border. Migrants were left waiting in Mexico for months before U.S. immigration officials would even look at their cases. Now, as Trump has further closed off America’s borders, thousands of them are stranded in Mexico, straining the country’s resources.

VICE News went to Tijuana to see how the city is adjusting and how the Haitians are adjusting.

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Who’s in Charge? – Haiti’s Power Struggle (Dispatch 3)

Amid a wave of bloody clashes between protesters and the police, Haitian president Michel Martelly stepped down from office last weekend, leaving no clear option to lead the country.

VICE News travels to the Caribbean nation, where reporter Simon Ostrovsky spent time in the country’s parliament talking to the prime minister and other local politicians to find out exactly who is now in charge.

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The President Steps Down: Haiti’s Power Struggle (Dispatch 2)

Haitian President Michel Martelly makes his final address to parliament and steps down — but the opposition aren’t celebrating. There is no one in place to take over, and thousands have gathered in the streets to protest that opposition candidates weren’t included in talks to create an interim administration. VICE News was there to witness firsthand the beginning of the power vacuum in Haiti.

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Protesters and Police in Bloody Clashes: Haiti’s Power Struggle (Dispatch 1)

Amid a wave of bloody clashes between protesters and the police, Haitian president Michel Martelly stepped down from office on Sunday, leaving the Caribbean nation with no successor.

On Saturday, with less than 24 hours before Martelly’s scheduled departure, Haiti’s parliament drafted an agreement allowing the election of an interim president for a four-month term. A presidential runoff to decide Martelly’s successor in December 2015 was postponed indefinitely due to allegations of fraud.

VICE News travels to Haiti, where anti-government protesters are clashing with police as the country faces a future without a leader, and struggles to achieve political stability.

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A Haitian Halfway House for Deportees: Dominican Deadlock (Dispatch 4)

The Haitian village of Malpasse, just across the border from the Dominican Republic, is home to approximately 40 freshly-deported Dominican-Haitians and Haitian migrants who are being housed at the Fond Bayard community school.

Run by pastor Sinas Saintilus, the school’s classrooms have been repurposed as a place of shelter. Many of the deportees in Malpasse were born in the Dominican Republic, making them rightful citizens under the Dominican constitution, but they were forced to leave the country despite their legal status.

Haitian President Michel Martelly announced last week that the Haitian government would not acknowledge deported Dominican-Haitians, making people like those housed at the school in Malpasse effectively stateless.

VICE News visited the Fond Bayard school in Haiti to see firsthand what conditions are like at what has become a halfway house for those deported under the Dominican Republic’s new naturalization law.

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Dominican Republic Gives Haitians Until Midnight to Register or Face Deportation – http://bit.ly/1H1F4kz

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Families Are Deporting Themselves to Haiti: Dominican Deadlock (Dispatch 3)

The border between the Dominican Republic and Haiti functions as a free trade zone. Twice a week, the gates open and people from both sides congregate to buy goods to bring back to their respective countries. The Dajabon border crossing is one of the main border crossings where this commerce occurs, and also acts as a point of passage where Haitian migrants frequently enter and exit the Dominican Republic.

In recent days, thousands of Dominican Haitians have been scrambling to complete a “regularization” process in order to avoid deportation after a court ruling effectively rendered them stateless. There were reports of small-scale initial deportations occurring Thursday, June 18, the day after the deadline to complete the process. On a larger scale, many families at risk of detainment and deportation are voluntarily self-deporting in order to avoid run-ins with authorities.

In the latest dispatch, VICE News rides across Dajabon border crossing with two families self-deporting back to Haiti after they failed to apply for residency, and gets an up-close look at the new detention centers set up by Dominican immigration authorities to enforce the new law.

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Raw Coverage from the Dominican Republic

Hundreds of thousands of Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic and children born in the country to undocumented Haitians are facing the risk of imminent deportation on Wednesday if they fail to complete a “regularization” process by midnight, as authorities prepare to enforce a new immigration law. VICE News reporters Monica Villamizar and Eric Fernandez broadcasted live from Santo Domingo covering the local reaction.

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Haitians Strike Over Fuel Prices: VICE News Capsule, February 10

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Haitian public transport workers continue strike over what they claim are unreasonably high gas prices, secret documents allege HSBC helped thousands of wealthy clients dodge taxes, Ebola cases double in Guinea over one week because of previously unknown cases, and implanted microchips help Swedish office workers perform daily tasks.

HAITI
Public Transport Workers Strike Over High Fuel Prices
The government cut prices to $4.25 a gallon, but that’s still exorbitant for the more than 60 percent of Haitians who live on $2 a day.

SWITZERLAND
HSBC Implicated in Massive Tax Evasion Scandal
Leaked documents show evidence of accounts linked to royal families, dictators, celebrities, arms dealers, and others.

GUINEA
Unreported Ebola Infections Make Accurate Reporting Difficult
Health workers have finally gained access to remote parts of the country where villagers had previously refused them access.

SWEDEN
Microchips Do Away With Office Badges and Passcodes
Workers implanted with the tiny device can open doors and make photocopies with the quick wave of a hand.

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