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"Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do" (commonly referred to as "GDKPRD") is a song by the British Rap act Goldie Lookin Chain from their Greatest Hits album. In August 2004, the song reached number three on the UK Singles Chart. With the tagline "The gun is the tool, the mind is the weapon", in this track the band again satirised the American hip hop scene.
The video for the song features the band doing a mock police line-up and being chased on customised mobility scooters. The video is shot mostly in the town of Watford in Hertfordshire, featuring such local landmarks as the original 1970s concrete brutalist style shopping centre, the YMCA building and the spiral car park ramp visible from the ring road.
The song was parodied by Chris Moyles and his BBC Radio 1 team, under the name Mouldie Lookin Stain and called "Dogs Don't Kill People Wabbitz Do". This version topped the UK Official Download Chart.