Sep 30, 2013

Porn Music

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      I always listen to lyrics when I listen to music and thanks to the slew of songs written about starships and whatnot, I seldom listen to radio or watch videos on TV or anywhere else because I don't want my brain to be taken over by... Starships and whatnot. Just for the sake of it, I googled some music charts today and had a look at the titles of current (hit) singles: We Own It, Trampoline, Antenna, Bang Bang, On the Floor, Let Her Go, It's My Party and my favorite - La La La. Let's just say I don't feel like I'm missing out. But I guess singing about antennas and owning it is a tad better than whining about some damn heartache - whenever I hear a love ballad, one though and one thought only springs to mind and it's actually been captured in a song itself (you can hear it at 1:40).
      Personally, I love a track with clever, naughty, raunchy, seductive lyrics, the nastier the better, so it was just a question of time when I'd make a CD with Rihanna's Rude Boy. When I brought it into my boyfriend's car and the song came on, he looked at me, head tilted, eyes squinting:
      "What's this? Do we have to listen to this crap?"
      "You know she sings about wanting a man with a huge dick so she could fuck him all night long, right?"
      "Ough." From that moment on we had no more complaints about Rihanna's Rude Boy.
      I guess my love for explicit content started brewing in my Eminem era. Some 25 % of his words are censored because his songs sound like an inventory list at an armory, not to mention all the swearing. Back in the day, Will Smith protested saying he didn't have to cuss in his raps to sell records but Em replied: "Well fuck him and fuck you too." Amen to that. LL Cool J also put his two cents in saying that he had recorded 10 albums (give or take) without a single swear word. Well... Yawn. I'm sorry but that's like eating a veggie burger or a cheese burek - some things just aren't the same without a few pieces of juicy meat so I kind of feel impelled to say this in true Eminem fashion: Fuck all CDs without a parental advisory sticker.
      Speaking of fuck, I took the time to compose a little abstract consisting of some of my favorite Rihanna lines and I'd like to share it with you now if you don't mind. If you do, look away because here it goes: "Give it to me like I need it, you know how to make me feel it, rock me out on the floor. Come over, boy, I'm so ready, you're taking too long to get my head on the ground and my feet in the clouds. I've been a bad girl, daddy, won't you come get me? Strip clubs and dollar bills. Patron shots - can I get a refill? Strippers going up and down that pole, four o'clock and we ain't going home. Put a candle on my motherfucking back, baby, blow it. Suck my cockiness, lick my persuasion, eat my poison and swallow your pride down. I want you to be my sex slave, anything that I desire, be one with my femininity, set my whole body on fire. I can be your dominatrix, just submit to my every order. I'm gonna be the queen of your body parts. No one can do you the way that I do, boy, I want you. I love it when you eat it. Come here, boy, can you get it up? Is you big enough? Take it, baby, love me. Tonight I'm gonna let you be the captain, tonight I'm gonna let you be a rider, giddy up, babe. Buckle up, I'm gonna give it to you stronger, we can go a little longer, tonight I'm gonna get a little crazy. I like the way you touch me there, I like the way you pull my hair. I wanna fuck you right now, just get upon my body, I'll do everything you want. When you fuck them other girls, I bet they be wondering why you always call my name. If you want it, let's do it, ride it, my pony, my saddle is waiting, come and jump on it." I mean... Much better than starships, wouldn't you agree?
      When you see a TV commercial for a company making WINDOWS and all you get is a naked girl standing next to a window shot from behind, one thing is clear: Sex sells, no question about it. I know that, you know that, even my 4-year-old nephew probably knows that and Rihanna DEFINITELY knows that. And what's more, she's taking full advantage of the fact and I commend her for that. On the other hand, I do know there might come a day when I'll get fed up with all the sexual connotation thrown in my face (although I doubt it), but I know one thing: I'll NEVER warm up to listening to Wuthering-Heights-meets-Romeo-and-Juliet-meets-Anna-Karenina kind of music, porn music is my preference, thank you.

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27 comments:

  1. ;)

    Well... Fuck them both! The Smith's that is; both, as in Will and James Todd (LL Cool J)... those two fuckers had a real nice childhoods... perhaps therein lies the reason that they feel no need to swear in their raps from time to time... and I believe we all know the story of Marshall ;)

    As for Rihanna... let me put it this way:

    Love is great, love is fine (Oh oh oh oh oh)
    Out the box, outta line (Oh oh oh oh oh)
    The affliction of the feeling leaves me wanting more (Oh oh oh oh oh)

    'Cause I may be bad, but I'm perfectly good at it
    Sex in the air, I don't care, I love the smell of it
    Sticks and stones may break my bones
    But chains and whips excite me

    'nuff said. Peace....

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    1. S&M is a pretty damn cool song too, no doubt!!:D And I wanted to say that (that both of the Smiths can go fuck themselves), but I restrained myself - I am a lady after all.:P

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  2. You must love 'my neck, my back' then!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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    1. Oh... I do. I really really do. That's a frigging good song!

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  3. First of all can I just say that once again you have blown me away with your photography - go girl!

    You are right, an expletive can make a real impact when you listen to a song. My first experience of explicit content in a song was Snoop Dogg. Loved his first album and now my 60 year old dad listens to the same album in his car. He likes to try and stay young and who am I to be embarrassed of that!

    " Hey, you in the back, what do you want to be when you grow up?"
    "I want to be a fireman"
    "Alright, that's a good profession"
    "Hi Snoop, what do you want to be when you grow up"
    "I wanna be a mutha f#*kin hustla, you better ask somebody"

    That's not word for word and I cant remember which snoop dogg song it is, but I friggin love it 15 years on!

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  4. "Starships and whatnot". Lol, that got me. I completely agree with you on the sexy music front. Rihanna knows how to liven things up! Rude Boy is my jam. How can you help but feel sexy listening/dancing to that song?!

    xo Ashley
    thetiniestfirecracker.com

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  5. have an amazing week!
    muah*
    mariana

    http://asouthbreeze.blogspot.pt/

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  6. You rock, love the jersey.
    http://halielandry.blogspot.com/

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  7. Your post made my morning. Haha. I can't help picturing you rolling up in your car next to an old woman and belting out raunchy lyrics... then she joins in.

    http://www.somethingmonumental.com

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  8. love your posts. they are always worth reading!
    and thats why I awarded you the 'Versatile Blogger Award'.
    cheers and take a look!
    kisses!
    http://www.gulaabigirl.com/2013/10/the-versatile-blogger-award-yayyy.html

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  9. Love your clothes and scenery!! =)
    Wow, i'm not a big fan of modern music, and this includes porno-riahnna-music :D (most of the songs. I love three or four)
    I prefer the bad words on a punk song buuttt... we're talking about the same: transgress to sell. Very few people does it because of great principles, most do it for money.

    XXX
    http://muerdelaespina.blogspot.com.es

    I seriously love your hairdo

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  10. Haha I like your break down on how you choose your musics! To me, first impression lasts! I agree with you about the lyrics too! A well written song is filled with meaningful words and touch a part of our life and soul :)

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  11. You're not gonna believe it but back in the day...madonnas song like a virgin was hugely controversial bc the idea of sex was in the title!

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  12. haha this post was hilarious! Although the person siting behind me totally gave me a judging look...

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  13. jeez you're hot ! hey don't be jealous you just comme back from vacation too :p But Bali is cool, you would love it !

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  14. Hi Peet! I get your point and I agree with you, at least Rihanna does it clearly!:) I used to listed to Eminem too when I was a teeny and till now love Snoop Dogg! But maybe for me is different, when I listent to a song the first thing I hear is the sound, not being Engligh native the words come in a second time, though it is also for the songs in my language. Btw, I think your version of the song rocks!:D Kisses dear! xo

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  15. these are great photographs! love the concept!


    would you like to follow each other on GFC and bloglovin, and facebook too maybe? just let me know. :)

    xx
    ellie
    http://chasingculprit.blogspot.com/

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  16. LOve the pics hun! I swear like a sailor so Im all for dirty/sweary songs they make songs more...real and emotional dont ya think? xx

    www.hausofsarahrachel.blogspot.com

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  17. I couldn't agree with you more, babe.

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  18. I never ever listen to the radio or any music thats vaguely commercial - I had no idea Rihanna was so deprived, poor thing. Seriously, are those the lyrics of her music? I know 10 year olds that worship her and hang onto her every word, thats a pretty scary thought. I recall the days (when I was young and impressionable enough to watch music on MTV) when they used to sensor out any cuss or rude words in songs..and recently I was flicking channels to a music one and noticed that they don't do that any more. I think its okay if you know what you're singing to on the radio but when your 5 or 6 and imitating your idol singing out loud to 'those' lyrics, thats another creepy story all together. Interesting post hun!

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    1. Although I like swearing and sexual expressions in lyrics, I wouldn't let my nephew or niece listen to either Eminem or Rihanna, not until they're... I don't know... 25???:D So I agree with you, it's pretty hair-raising to think 6-year-olds sing along to "Come here, boy, can you get it up? Is you big enough?":) But I don't think that that's the artist's responsibility - parents should raise, artists should express themselves. That's my opinion...

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  19. AAA, how i like you here on this pictures

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  20. Rude Boy really made my toes curl in the beginning... :-) And then I got used to it. Same with many other songs. We become numb to raunchy lyrics I guess.

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    1. I hear ya. The initial thrill tends to wither away after you hear a song for ... 100 times?:)

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