"Hey little kids, don't follow these dopes ..." - Slick Rick - "Hey Young World"
Sure, there are many things that can affect the mental and/or physical disposition of a person. Throughout history, music has been used to express a range of emotions, as well as to influence, educate, and inspire, etc ... While most might deny or minimize the impact of music on one's character, the evidence speaks for itself. Music inspires revolutions, makes you think you're someone you're not, makes you want to have sex, to try that drug, to sell that drug, to dance, to laugh, to cry, to fight, to love, to hate, to find religion, to question religion, to lie, to steal, to cheat, to win, to respect, to disrespect ... Need I proceed.
So does music get all blame? No. Some of the blame? Yes. Today, the plethora and unfortunate abundance of lame, nugatory, unproductive, tomfoolery, "minstrel show," musical expression has dominated and "dumbed down" the masses … in particular, the most impressionable citizens of society, the youth.
When it rains, it pours. Things are getting out of control.
Stakes are high, let’s get a hold.
"Shorties get the game with no instructions to assembling ..." - Common - "The Food"
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