do you think some Rap music should not be played on the radio?

United States
October 21, 2008 10:20pm CST
I think some songs on the radio should not be played. ecspeciallly rap music. i heard my 13 yr.old niece singing some "i want to lick your lolipop" and i asked her wwhat was she saying and she said it was some new song she heard. I told her do not say anything like that again. I think they give out to much info....what do you think?
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@carmela0210 (1591)
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
i dont think, i really dont like rap songs but i dont think it should be prohibited on playing it on the radio because i just think its one way of expressing the rappers selved!!maybe we could be more strict on our children, its our duty to checked on them,happy lotting...CHEERS
• United States
22 Oct 08
your right in that area, where they should be more strict...but kids will disobey..it's a habit for them..LOL Thankx
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
hahahah, yeah kids now are more disobeying than our times, but maybe its just on the matter of making rules and more disciplining them!!!happy lotting...
@loxion (1551)
• India
22 Oct 08
I LOVE rap music but i think there are some song which should not be played on air, the songs which are really explicit, imagin getting in at business reception and they are listening to the radio and the first word you hear on the song played on that radio is like f**k y**, you stin**g mo***f***r thats so bad But in rap music we have what we call underground rap which is a deep rap music, meaning is the one that contains all those explicit words of dissing each other.And there is cormmecial rap which is the one allowed to play on air
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• United States
22 Oct 08
i understand you ...maybe they should put those type of commercial music underground. i did not know there was a worser kind. Thankx
@Hatley (164232)
• Garden Grove, California
22 Oct 08
lichele since I dislike rap music with a purple passion, I am not up on the slangterms I take it that I want to lick your lollipop is not at all referring to an allday sucker or lollypop at all? So yes I would be shocked to hear a 13 year old singing that, did she know what it meant? I think crap like that should not be allowed on the radio at all. thats just plain disgusting to me.
• United States
22 Oct 08
Sad to say, i do believe she knew what it meant from listening to the song. yes i was shocked...and afraid what she will be doing now or when she gets older from influence and listening to those type of songs Thankx
@urbandekay (18308)
13 Jun 12
"Rap music" is that not a misnomer? Or is it just missing a 'C' prefix? all the best urban