Music With Explicit Content
Have you ever wondered why our society is swearing so much? Have you predicted what the source of this problem is? Many people think that words like “bitch”, “ho” and the N-word should be banned from rap music, but there some positive and negative impacts for those words used in music as a positive it takes away your first amendment rights. It also won't impact on much if you already use censor words in real life. No changes are made. If censorship could be used in media/social media why can't it be used in music?
There are very few benefits to explicit content in songs. Very few songs of many have been released that can provide a positive role model, fight against rights, racism, etc. For example; “Me, Myself and I” by G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha. It's a song about independence and doing things your own way without looking back. “This sh*t is lovely, this sh*t ain't random, I didn't get lucky. Made it right here cause I'm sick with it Cudi. They all take the money for granted. But don't want to work for now tell me, isn't it funny? Nah.” It's also about believing in yourself. Whether you are wealthy or not, you can work towards your own future.
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These lyrics go against people’s moral values and some religions. In the 1980’s “2 Live Crew” released a song, “A Nasty As They Wanna Be” and it had sexual content against women and other abusive subjects. The legal system became involved and told the court that they had used metaphors to write their song. There was no offensive/explicit content had been used in their songs without constraint. Since then, it had influenced other rap artists to write explicit content in their songs. From there on, it is socially acceptable to release songs with abusive, sexually offensive and racist lyrics with profanity in their