Kesha - tik tok

Latvia
May 29, 2010 2:44am CST
Hello! First of all i would like to say that i really like the song and nothing against it or anything. Just wondering why does it have sooo many "music videos" with 15 year old girls performing it? Any particular reason? Especially because Kesha is singing about partying, clubs etc... Most of them haven`t really partyed that much yet. The hell, in most countries you prolly can`t be on the street in the night without a guardian/parents if you are 15 years old... Am i missing something?
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@cream97 (29163)
• United States
29 May 10
Hi, dingdangdoodle. I have never heard of this song or video yet. I will have to look more into this. I can't watch Youtube at the moment. My account is blocked. I don't think that a teenager should be out at this time of the night partying. You know that this is seen only on videos. It is just so evident.
@la_chique (1498)
29 May 10
In my town, there are hundreds of girls who go out drinking aged 12 and up. Its a really big problem. Even with a challenge 25 policy, where door staff SHOULD ID people if they look under 25, many dont bother and just let anyone in.
@evepin (723)
• Philippines
29 May 10
i love kesha's tik-tok! i play that song together with jay sean's do you remember and lady gaga's telephone everyday, many times a day! when it comes to the videos... well.. i think its because that age bracket may be their target market. here in our country, 15-18 year olds party but of course, not like the way adults do. they dance, get to meet other people etc. it depends on how much parents trust their kids. i started going out to parties at that age and i didn't really have much problems.. i'm glad my parents trusted me that much and i was able to live fairly memorable teen-age years.
• Latvia
29 May 10
I`m "only" 20 myself, so i understand it all very well. I think you slightly misunderstood me - i`m interested why this particular song have so many music videos (all quite similar). Even simpsons did it a few weeks back (the best one out there tbh). I mean there are many, many songs that influence teenagers and there are many about partying etc. But why this one and why the similar videos? Is there some background i`m not aware of? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvaZBuA0K2k
@la_chique (1498)
29 May 10
Well the song is kind of catchy but I think its desgusting how theres pop stars like Kesha and Lady gaga who sing about going out, getting drunk, doing anything you can to get men to buy your drinks, and promoting the fact that everything will be ok if you keep drinking/dancing. I also think it rather appalling that there's role models like Miley Cyrus who was dancing round a pole at 16 at a kids award show! In my town, a dance school was in the paper recently for offering pole dancing lessons to girls aged 5-9. That was also really sick. I hope to move out to a quiet country in the middle of nowhere and raise my kids with morals and respect for themselves.
@brylle454 (608)
• Philippines
29 May 10
Well, i guess 15 is the new 18. LOL, just kidding. Well i guess teenagers nowadays love to party, even those younger generations from 15-17. Actually there are many youngsters in our country partying all night.