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Thread starter Rushersauce Start date Feb 8, Forums Discussion EtcetEra Forum. You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. Rushersauce Banned. Oct 25, 4, In an everchanging world going for equity and equal rights, there is a problem that remains here in Latin America, and that's the music it produces. You see, when you listen to reggaeton and the likes, you'll only get shallow music filled with missogyny. In its lyrics you'll find things such as "women are properties", "women are objects" and even some songs encouraging assault Maluma, Nicky Jam, J balvin, Ozuna, Romeo, etc There's no substance to this popular music, there're no layers to it.
It's as shallow as it can get, with no skills required, only "machismo". What's worse, it's everywhere. You'll hear it on the radio, watch it on TV Mexican music sucks the internet, and with roots going that deep, it's harder to take them off. This is kind of a rant thread, but I also Mexican music sucks to know what do YOU think about it. EDIT: I used "pop" as an analogy to reggaeton hence pop in quotes since it's the most listened music here.
I'm also Chilean. A example that hit me hard when I first listened to it bachata This song invites assault. Last edited: Feb 8, Blue Sky Noise Banned. Oct 28, 2, Sweden. I am not too familiar with latin american pop music but it is not hard to find misogyny in popular music anywhere in the world unfortunately.
Pelicano Banned. Oct 25, Sounds racist, bro. GeoGonzo The Fallen. Oct 25, 3, Madrid, Spain. It is so bad that whenever I hear it I wish I couldn't understand the lyrics. The songs would be more enjoyable in german or something. I guess it gets a pass because it isn't really made for listening, but to get you dancing. Irnbru Avenger. Oct 25, 1, Seattle. Which Latin pop music? Also defining raegetton as Latin pop music is suspect af.
Oct 27, 6, Mexico. Irnbru said:.
Click to expand Geoff Banned. Oct 27, 7, I think you need to clearly state whether or not you are a latin american because it's going to affect how people react to your comments. Vulcano's Assistant Member. Oct 29, 9, Most lyrics in early reggaeton are so hilariously sexists that one can't help but laugh, which is probably evidence that it is tongue and cheek for the most part one hopes.
Its easy to dance to quality is surely the thing that kept it from vanishing in its gestative years.
When some of those songs come up in the club one best ignore what the hell is being sang or you bursts out laughing. Joanot Member. Oct 25, 1, Mexican music sucks is a huge non-mainstream music scene on latin america that covers from pop to electro, blues Pop mainstream music generally sucks all over the world. And I mean all reggaeton, it's ingrained in it. I'm Chilean btw Oct 25, 11, It's not a reggaeton problem op, it's a Latin culture problem.
Our culture has some problems regarding women that seems to get ignored by everyone. LionPride Banned. Oct 25, 12, Man maybe some WONK said:. Oct 25, 33, Can you give examples of reggaeton lyrics? I don't think I've heard much so I'm not sure if you mean there's a lot of sexism underneath or it's like Steel Panther or what.
L Thammy said:. Rushersauce said:. Sorry, I'm trying to improve my writing skills.
It's kind of sad I can't write someting fully understandable, but yes. It's the sexism underneath it all. No, no, that point is clear enough, but I mean that without seeing specific examples I'm not sure how explicit it is about it. I'm wondering how it would compare to something like this which is a song from a parody band, to be clear. PSqueak Member. Oh god, i totally feel you OP, i live in northern mexico, our "local flavor" of music is the analogue of Country but 10 times more misogynistic and often taking themes similar to gansta rap, and it fucks up the population.
Someone close to me cheated on his wife one time, we were so fucking disappointed with him and called him out for it, held an intervention and shit, then after the fact i was taking a ride with him and he was listening to this fucking stupid song about a guy who cheats on his wife, but "t hat's okay as long as you keep one woman during day and a different one during night!
That's the shit our children grow up listening to as background noise, that and songs about how fucking awesome it is to be a drug lord who takes no shit and massacres their enemies. It's absolutely sickening. As a mexican, I do agree that there is a lot of that across all music genres, but there are genres where it is more prevalent than and popular! At least I feel that way with whatever music I get Mexican music sucks catch here on the radio. Edit: hello, fellow mexicans from the north!
Gustaf Member. Oct 28, 12, PSqueak said:. Well, that parody band lyrics are "legit" reggaeton band lyrics. Translate that to Spanish and you've got yourself a hit. SPRidley Member. Oct 25, 6, But do you prefer old men with dicks Mexican music sucks dont fit your mouth OP? Hearing some of the lyrics out loud coming out from my sister's room sometimes Deleted member Banned.
Oct 25, 2, Reggeaton used to be like really really bad at this, now they are still bad but just at the same levels of other party music. Popped the lyrics from the song in the OP into Google Translate, got to agree with the assessment. This part in particular: If I disrespect you And then I blame alcohol If I raise your skirt Would you give me the right To measure your reasonableness? Shedinja Member. Nov 30, 1, And, no, no one sees these lyrics as a joke. Put on any radio show or watch a local TV show and listen to the garbage these people talk about.
Misogyny and racism are huge problems there. Masoyama Attempted to circumvent a ban with an alt Banned. Oct 27, 5, Costa Rican here.Mexican music sucks
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