The Importance Of Music In Cop Killer

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“I got my 12-gauge sawed off, I got my headlights turned off, I’m ‘bout to bust some shots off, I’m ‘bout to dust some cops off, Die, Die, Die Pig, Die!,” a quote from Ice-T most controversial song “Cop Killer” had everyone in rage. With words like these being said and being published without modifying the lyrics should say something about the artist and producer. From the society point of view, they would see this as hatred words being said as literal words towards cops and the artist intending to do something towards them. In reality and the artist point of view of creating a song, artists express themselves lyrically but need to also have respect in what they say. This is why the producer did not do anything about his song because they knew Ice-T was just expressing himself, and this being said, this goes to all the artists out there creating music and expressing their feelings with the music they create.
The Music in the Hip-Hop category that gets published out today do not watch out what horrible lyrics artists say in their music. The lyrics Hip-Hop artists create today is not positive filled, nor inspiring or expressing their feelings. In example of one the song’s from today, “Panda” by Desiigner, “I got broads in Atlanta, Twistin ' dope, lean, and the Fanta, Credit cards and the scammers, Hittin ' off licks in the bando, Black X6, Phantom ,White X6
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Indecency, which is a part of profanity, is also protected by the First Amendment. Since freedom of speech is protected and allowed, there really is no way of banning profanity. Also because there is not even a slap on the wrist for cussing, it is no wonder why profanity in the Hip-Hop culture has increased overtime. Profanity in general has become so common with our society, the moral of having respect with words is being decreased. If one does not see this terrifying than morality is

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