M.I.A.

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M.I.A. on KCRW

Socially 
conscious rapper, M.I.A., returns with a batch of new songs from her forthcoming 
release, Kala,                                                                                                                                                       on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 
11:15am.                                                                             KCRW thanks  The Village  for helping broadcast this  
session live from their studios

M.I.A.

Socially conscious rapper, M.I.A., returns with a batch of new songs from her forthcoming release, Kala, on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. KCRW thanks The Village for helping broadcast this session live from their studios

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Sri Lankan artist M.I.A. brings her rap to Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click Here to Watch!

M.I.A.

Sri Lankan artist M.I.A. brings her rap to Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click Here to Watch!

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