Former One Direction member Zayn Malik criticizes One Direction’s music as being generic. Does he have a valid point? Continue reading Does Zayn Malik Have a Valid Point About One Direction?
Miguel featuring Wale • Coffee – Single • RCA • US Release Date: May 4, 2015 Do innocent songs exist anymore? The answer is a resounding NO. Well, technically there are songs that are innocent, but so many of today’s songs are drenched in sexual innuendo and profanity. Miguel, one of contemporary R&B’s very best doesn’t buck this newfound embracement of explicitness that characterizes popular … Continue reading Miguel’s Sensual Single “Coffee” Continues An ‘Explicit’ Trend
Honestly, nobody (few) cares about the ‘f-word’ anymore when it comes to music anymore. The sentiment is one of “f**k it!” who cares if “For Under Consent of the King” is used or not? In the past, using the most obscene of obscenities wouldn’t come close to being acceptable, but at this point, the word has grown to be more permissible as opposed to taboo. … Continue reading Why The ‘F Word’ Matters Little In Music Anymore
Don’t call this list profound, call it profane! Corny yes, but true! All of the songs on this list feature every college guy’s (and probably girl’s) favorite expletive in some form – that would be the f-word if you were confused. So, here goes the list! 1) 2Pac, “F*ck The World” (Me Against The World) 2) A$AP Ferg featuring A$ton Matthews, B-Real, Fredo Starr, Onyx … Continue reading Playlist: 45 Songs With the F-Bomb in Their Title
Nick Jonas becomes the latest former teen-pop star to turn to the dark side. In other words, he dropped the bomb – the f-bomb (cue foreboding, twisted music now)! For the millennial and younger folk, most of us don’t give a flying ‘you-know-what’ about the f-word. In fact, eavesdrop on a high school or college students conversations in particular, and what’s generally considered ‘salty’ language … Continue reading The Newfound Appeal of the F-Bomb in Pop Music