EDC China Warns DJs Against 'Bad Language' At Risk of Detainment

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It ain't simple bringing dance music to the lots. Just ask the DJs who performed EDC Guangdong, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 24 and 25. Most digital artists are used to getting as rowdy as they wanna be, grabbing the mic and letting free a sprig of instructions like "get your effing palms up" and the like.

Apparently, there are some rules towards such broadcasts in China, as a result of artists have been greeted by a pleasant warning to not cuss on stage or face detainment on the occasion.

China is one in all 5 working towards Communist nations on the earth. We're undecided concerning the specifics of the rules, however Billboard Dance did attain out to EDC's mum or dad firm Insomniac for remark. Cray confirmed the warning's authenticity, tweeting that it was posted in her inexperienced room.

"Apparently songs with swearwords aren't okay both, therefore why rappers aren't cleared to essentially carry out in China," she added. "This tour has actually made me respect our freedom. It's really spooky in different components of the world."

Kill The Noise added that he didn't see any police implementing such rules. He even mentioned he noticed cops smiling, taking photos with followers and getting right down to the music. Kayzo wasn't taking any possibilities throughout his set. Jauz was simply glad to not be tempted. Check out the poster and a few tweet responses under.

Cray

Kill the Noise

Jauz

Kayzo