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ID number:645464
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Published: 08.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Rap music is portraying sexual activity within lyrics of a song and their revealing music videos which are easily accessible by teenagers. Sisqo's "The Thong Song," self-explanatory but it's music video is more than that. The music video features a countless amount of women wearing g-string bikinis, thongs and very cleavage-revealing outfits. The video is mostly censored due to negative image that is being displayed in the video. Sisqo strictly believes that his video is just expressing the song in which he wrote, but young women across America feel it is degrading and offensive to them because Sisqo pays the women in his videos to be depicted as "sexual objects" not as sophisticated humans. (Sisqo. Interview by Carson Daly. The Carson Daly Show. 18, January 2000) Juvenile's "Back That Azz up" and Sir Mix A Lot's "Baby Got Back" clearly show in the videos, women shaking their gluteus maximus in front of several camera throughout the duration of both videos. Donell Jones' music video "Where I Wanna Be," displays a man cheating on his wife by having sexual intercourse with another woman and leaving her after he gets what he came for. It isn't just the videos that can drive somebody to practice sexual fantasies but it is also the lyrics as well. "Sometimes I slow down to catch that a** in the mirror, then turn the fog lights on to see the legs a little clearer...…

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