To answer the thread, I am gonna go local as I always do
This is a rap/reggae song by danish artist Raske Penge (Fresh Money) simply titled "Bor Her" ("I Live Here").
It's literally just him describing the NorthWestern parts of Copenhagen. Among other things, it is mainly known for being an area that still has a lot of older buildings, as much industry has pulled out of there, and those older buildings get used for community activities instead.
It's not an entirely rosy depiction. The song lists many aspects of Northwest, from cultural diversity to greasy little food dives, but also brings up genuine concerns about violence or discrimination - still, it includes bit sof lyric like:
"There's a pole dance studio in my neighbourhood / with a Quran study hall right next door"
"It's still local yet international
Haters think everything has gone wrong
Though every language in the world meets in the 5A (a bus that goes all over Copenhagen)
In an atmosphere of equal parts Salaam and creme cakes at the bakery"Post too long. Click here to view the full text.