Do you like the song “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke?:
-- Sure, its pretty catchy.
Do you think you have an understanding of what the song is about?:
-- Its debatable.... Some people think its about rape but some think its about wanting in some girls pants and hes just not really sure if shes going to let him even though he knows she wants to. Personally, I never hear the word "rape" and I personally dont see the connection.
Have you seen the music video?:
Do you think a music video like that is appropriate?:
-- Appropriate for what? Children? No. Teens? Probably not. Adults? yeah, sure, why not? Like none of us know what boobs look like and the statement "Robin Thicke has a big Dick", whatever. People are just overreacting. Just about any music video these days has to be borderline obscene in order to make the song more popular. It sad, yes, but Lady Gaga proved that making a crazy music video is bound to get a on of hits and propel the song itself higher onto the charts because then, not only will the song be all over the radio, everyone will be posting the video on facebook saying "WTF, look at this!" Let us not forget "Gangnam Style," "What the Fox Say," or "Friday." Everyone knows those songs whether they like it or not and part of that has to do with the catchy tune, the other part is that the videos are wacky. If Miley can sit naked on a wrecking ball, Robin Thicke can proclaim to the world that he had a big dick... Why not?
Do you think the fact that this song became popular is wrong?:
-- No. Its a catchy song. There are worse songs out there. I speak mostly of modern rap music that talks about stabbing your girlfriend and/or are ACTUALLY talking about rape, murder, and beating the shit out of your girlfriend.
Does the song's popularity say something about the society we live in today or is just a song (not significant)?:
-- Its just a song. There are more things to be concerned about. In my experience, songs like this are popular because its catchy, most people dont ACTUALLY pay any mind to the lyrics....
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