LL and LeShaun go back and forth with flirtatious lyrics for any man or woman to relate. With persuasive lyrics, Usher helps seal the deal with getting you in the mood. Every lyric will accurately describe what your night may turn out to be. She gonna get hers before I.
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Adolescent ethnic minorities who listened to rap music in seventh grade were more likely to engage in risky sexual behavior by ninth grade, a relationship significantly mediated by perceived peer sexual behavior, according to recent study data. The researchers hypothesized that seventh-graders who listened to rap music for longer periods were more likely than those who listened to less rap music or none to initiate sex by ninth grade. Rap music significantly predicted sexual initiation when examined under univariate analysis, but not multivariate analysis, the researchers wrote. The Sobel test indicated that the association between hours of rap music listened to daily and sexual initiation was partially mediated by perceived peer sexual behavior. Researchers said this partial mediation model suggests the need for further investigation of additional variables to explain the relationship between rap music use, perceived peer behavior and sexual initiation. Disclosure: The researchers report no relevant financial disclosures.
Rap music impacted sexual initiation among minority youth
By Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline. Musicians, parents and the media have spent decades discussing just how damaging explicit films and music can be on children. Now, researchers from Houston claim to have found a direct link between rap music and teens engaging in underage sex and drinking.
Misogyny in rap music refers to lyrics, videos or other aspects of rap music that support, glorify, justify, or normalize the objectification , exploitation, or victimization of women. It is an ideology that reduces women to objects for mens ownership, use, or abuse. Scholars have proposed various explanations for the presence of misogyny in rap music. Some have argued that rap artists use misogynistic lyrics and portrayals of women as a way to assert their masculinity  or to demonstrate their authenticity as rappers. Detroit -based rapper Eminem , for example, used misogyny in eleven of the 14 songs on his third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP