A murderer serving 30 years has enraged his victim’s family after he released a rap album from one of Britain’s highest-security prisons .
Terngu Agera is believed to have recorded vocals for the LP on a contraband mobile phone while behind bars for stabbing an innocent dad to death at a bus stop.
The recordings, which appear to glorify the brutal killing, were sent to contacts on the outside.
According to Sunday Mirror , the finished album, sickeningly titled Exit Wounds, was released this week on the online music service Spotify and sells for £6.99 on the iTunes web store.
The killer, who raps under the name Mover, could benefit financially – in which case web giants Spotify and iTunes will be taking their cut.
Indre Pedrieziene, who was forced to move house in fear of reprisal attacks after spending a month in court for Agera’s trial, said:
“He took my brother’s life. If he’s singing about it then he’s not feeling sorry.”
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His victim, Zydrunas Laurinavicius, 38, was murdered in front of his dad as he waited for a bus after a day’s work in Hendon, North London.
The hard-working builder was set upon by Agera and his gang, who were on their way back from a burglary.His dad Pranas, 69, had a knife held to his throat as he saw his son slashed in the arm and stabbed in the left side of his torso with such force the weapon came out the other side.
Zydrunas, who had been in the UK only a few months after moving from Lithuania, was bleeding to death in the street when police arrived.
Agera’s record includes the lyrics:
“Hit man in his chest and neck then quick flee, looking at life cause was prints in the bloody car, two snitches due stitches, I move vicious.”
]“Murder squad got me 30 locked, my lawyer said he’ll bring it down.”
Artists get a payment depending on how many times a track is played. Agera’s most popular track has been listened to 15,000 times.
The album artwork features a picture of Agera and bloodstains, along with a parental advisory label warning of explicit lyrics.