Ha’dag Nahash, which means “the snake-fish,” becomes in the 2000s one of Israel’s most prolific and popular pop-bands. It uses hip-hop as a platform for Hebrew music in Israel; it gains large international notice with its lyrics that challenge Israel’s political system and social structures. After fifteen years, their success produces six critically-acclaimed albums, including “Lazuz” (To move), “Homer Makomi” (Local Material) and “6.”
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