In Today’s News, we discuss Usher, Eminem, Train, Katy Perry, the upcoming “Monster” music video, and why the media is focusing on “girls & sex” on TV. Watch, read the follow-up, and then SHARE!
Read the blog entry titled “Girls Are to Blame for Teen Sex (According to the PTC ).” PTC stands for Parents Television Council. What do you think of the blog’s viewpoint?
When it comes to the “Monster” by Kanye West music video (find the lyrics at lyrics.com), both the lyrics AND the video are concerning on many levels. What can we do to combat the release of the video and/or to address the video when its launched in its entirety?
Discuss what you think of the “Start Strong” Project’s list of healthy and unhealthy relationship songs (“Start Strong” was created by the Boston Public Health Commission). Often people forget to READ the lyrics of songs. Remember you can find the lyrics of all the following songs at lyrics.com (warning: some content may have “R” rating).
Top 10: Songs with UnHealthy Relationship Ingredients (2010)
1. Lil Freak by Usher
2. Hot Tottie by Usher
3. Love The Way You Lie by Eminem (ft. Rihanna)
4. Misery by Maroon 5
5. Only Girl by Rihanna
6. You Love Is My Drug by Kesha
7. F*** You by Cee lo
8. Deuces by Chris Brown (ft. Tyga)
9. Eenie Meenie by Justin Bieber (ft. Sean Kingston)
10. Give It Up To Me by Shakira (ft. Lil Wayne)
Top 10: Songs with Healthy Relationship Ingredients (2010)
1. If It’s Love by Train
2. Teenage Dream by Katy Perry
3. Everything To Me by Monica
4. Smile by Uncle Kracker
5. If We Ever Meet Again by Timbaland (ft. Katy Perry)
6. Naturally by Selena Gomez
7. When I Look At You by Miley Cyrus
8. Nothin On You by BoB (ft. Bruno Mars)
9. Mine by Taylor Swift
10. Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars