I might be going to Singapore this summer, to do a little research. I’ve never been there, but Singaporean restaurants are all uniformly amazing, so I’m looking forward to it (assuming it happens).
However, does anyone know the answer to the following: I’ve got a certain amount of hip-hop and other odd stuff on my iPod. Does Singaporean immigration consider such music to be contraband? I may sound paranoid, but this is the place that just de-criminalized gum. It’s now classified as a medicine, and will only be dispensed at pharmacies if you leave your name and ID number.
At least I’m not a big fan of gum.
[To the tune of Dr. Dre, “Nuttin’ But A “G” Thang,” from the album The Chronic.]