Friday, February 16, 2018

Kansas City Immigrant Song

A local favorite now earning mainstream success and stepping up his social justice advocacy. Take a look:

Kansas City Musician Enrique Chi Says 'Immigrants Are Beautiful' Shouldn't Be Controversial

Enrique Chi, frontman of the Kansas City-based band Making Movies, has had a busy year. The band released its second album, "I Am Another You," last spring. Produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, the record made it to #3 on Billboard's Latin Album chart.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Asia for Asians, Africa for Africans, White countries...for everybody. Last month, the body of 18 year old Pamela Mastropietro, a beautiful Italian girl was found dismembered in two suitcases in the central Italian city of Macarata. Four Nigerian immigrants are the suspects.No, Enrique, we are not all immigrants and millions of White people all over the world are rebelling loudly and strongly against the relentless (((globalist))) agenda that calls for their replacement. Immigrants are not beautiful, Enrique--they are at best, parasites. Good luck selling your drivel to anyone outside of a college campus.

Anonymous said...

You can't bring uneducated immigrants and dump them in the fringes of the city. We have plenty uneducated that we support already.

Anonymous said...

Ditto to 859 and 943.

Anonymous said...

My beautiful sentiment is "Fuck you Chi" !!! Go home!

Anonymous said...

Ugh. Fake news. Bounce troll

Anonymous said...

My sentiment to you is chande your fucking diaper.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately doctors and engineers are not flocking over here.

Anonymous said...


Immigrants aren't controversial! It's simple, get legal don't come here to cause trouble, and we won't have a problem. But miss Chi, if you think you can just walk into our country and start demanding things and change our laws, you're wrong!

Anonymous said...

Legal immigrants are beautiful. Illegal immigrants are just common criminals.

Anonymous said...

Equality begins with not constantly pointing out your differences, and dressing like a clown.