The new MIA Born Free video released on Monday is graphic, violent and thought-provoking. The Born Free video from MIA is also probably something you shouldn’t watch at work, or at all if you’re not ready up for graphic violence, nudity and extreme shock value.
Directed by Roman Gavras, the nine-minute MIA Born Free video was released on Monday and will be available for download at midnight from MIAuk.com. The video for the title song from MIA’s third album – due for release on June 28 – is already sparking controversy for its violent content.
YouTube and MIA’s label, Universal Music Group/Interscope, have already reportedly pulled the video from the U.S., although you can find it online easily enough. If you’re somewhere you can watch the video, check it out below and let us know what you think.
M.I.A, Born Free from ROMAIN-GAVRAS on Vimeo.
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One thought on “MIA Born Free Video Too Graphic and Violent?”
I dont know what all the conterversy is about this video. It is not real. Come on, I know there are some bad cops, but this is a load of crap. Why portray our law enforcement into monsters. Any one who thinks this is real, seriously needs help.
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