Underwear and violent words have become normal in the music of today and it is evident that such music sell. Use of drugs and alcohol are made lyrics and dubbed enjoyable "good' music. Some of these songs swear at the listener and their mothers but the songs are loved and are played in almost every radio station, and are winning awards.
Sex and sexual moves on many songs are normal, anger is expressed and violence campaigned as a good thing. Most youngsters are behind prison bars because other songs guide their life into certain direction. Africa is beautiful and full of stories which can be told in music, but, South African (Africa/n) musicians are "copy cats" of their American counterparts.
Panties sometimes lingerie has become a normal piece to be be exposed and it helps less talented woman and men to sell more music. Underwear hypnotize most people to falling in love with poor 'crap' lyrics. Most lyrics makes no sense although selling millions of copies. Women are disrespected and are portrayed as sex objects, objects which can do anything for money and booze, amazing enough, men never sing in their underwear.
Music can corrupt the minds of young people, girls are inspired to submit to being ridiculed and appear naked in videos while young boys are inspired to use drugs, marijuana, alcohol and become rebellious towards parents. With nude girls and lyrics containing harsh words, violence, drugs, guns the generations to follow will have no good morals.
Parents have a great role to play and must educate their children about such happenings in our beautiful society, unfortunately some parents love such music.
I am proud of countries which do not allow women to perform naked or allow artists with no morals to perform in their countries.
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