It was most likely the producer that her record label hired. They hire a producer to choose songs for artists like Kesha. She doesn't write most or
any of her music, she can't play an instrument, and really can't sing. So, they hire somebody to make sure that she has songs picked that she can
deliver and people will buy. Artists like Kesha actually take a metric ton of work to make "commercially viable." Unfortunately artists are rarely
ever picked based on actual talent these days.
The producer most likely said, "look we're cutting eighteen tracks for this album. We're not using them all, but we're going to make sure we have
enough. Just sing this one, it probably won't make the album. The guys at the label think it will be huge though. A&R loves it and they think it'll
make us all huge. So, sing it and I'll do my best to make sure it isn't on there."
I've seen it happen. It isn't the illuminati coming down from on high to force a song on kids. The producer thought that based on the current market
it would sell. So, he said what it took to get her to sing it.
At first, I thought, "That's a little weird. Why would someone force her to record a song? Then I found out the name of her just-released
album was Warrior and decided to listen to it.
This album has WAY too many references to the massacre, and it is obvious that the label/producer/whoever "forced" her to knew something about this
event before it occurred:
We were born to break the doors down
Fightin' till the end
It's something that's inside of us
It's how we've always been
We are the misfits
We are the bad kids
We ain't perfect but that's alright
Love us or hate us
Nothin' can break us
Better believe us
Times, they are changing tonight
Shoot the lights out with a machine gun
Think it's time for a revolution
From "Die Young":
Let's make the most of the night like we're gonna die young
We're gonna die young
We're gonna die young
From "Crazy Kids":
Tonight we do it big, and shine like stars
We don't give a # cause that's just who we are
And we are, we are we are, we are we are
The crazy kids, them crazy, them crazy kids
And we are, we are we are, we are we are
The crazy kids [/quote
Originally posted by olaru12
The entertainment industry is only about money. It will use any shocking symbology to generate interest to an increasingly jaded audience. The
Illuminati themed content is just part of the package used to sell the product.
Ever stop to consider what the artist that really create this crap do in their spare time?
If you want something different; then start your own production company and change what you deem unworthy.
The digital age has changed everything. Use your imagination, your computer and create what you think people want. Put on a pair of Red Socks, Get
to work and stop whining.
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Wow dude. So let me get this straight. Because the internet can be used to gather resources and information that could have an illuminati/occult/
elephant-conservation theme then this means that there is no Alternative Agenda in Hollywood and the films directors and writers create?
I understand your angle. Roland Emmerich specifically mentioned internet research as the basis for his 2012 movie. It doesn't mean the movie was
revealing a 2012 plot or secret. It COULD, but we have no real way of knowing unless we have sufficient evidence. I know of no sufficient evidence for
either way other than the cognitive tricks we all use to maintain our position on a given subject.
Please explain to me how this proves that there is no agenda?
I've used Media100 and Final Cut and Avid and Vegas. Editing was my hobby and at one point was my chosen career path. You are correct in that not
everything has an alterior motive, "sometimes a cigar is just a cigar"...but you are essentially trying to prove a negative here. Watch the video, you
should be able to catch all the symbolism if your craft truly is Film writing. Does it mean that there is an illuminati agenda? No, and even if there
was they wouldn't directly state it in order to preserve their plans. But it doesn't mean that there Isn't an agenda.
The presence of the symbolism can mean 3 things.
There is an occult/illuminati agenda, they are making their presence known but are keeping their true plans and motives hidden.
As i believe you are suggesting, They are just using symbolism as a marketing strategy. Look towards the industries that have sprung up around
religious symbols and iconography. Dan brown wrote an entire series of books that plays off of peoples fascinations with the subject matter.
There IS an agenda and they ARE transmitting subliminal messages to people so as to encourage the behavior they wish to see in society. Look at how
many people were quoting " i'm rick james bitch" line from Chappelles Show. How often do people mirror the behavior or interests of celebrities? You
have metal-heads like me who studied Lovecraft merely because Metallica wrote two songs about his stories. You have people who use films such as The
Hurt Locker or Super Size me as the basis for their reasoning behind their positions on War and Corporate philosophy. How many people bought into the
new-age movement because of Shirley McClane?
Is it really that much of a stretch to think that Media that portrays certain symbols and behavior wouldn't be purposefully dispersed for the sake of
influencing public thought and behavior?
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illuminati shill/ frightened individula. NIBIRU! ALIENS, REPTILLIJEWS!
The entertainment industry has been long corrupted and controlled by evil, dark entities, you might call them satanic, but they are more 4th
dimensional, reptoid alien variety. Check out the satanic, evil crap on the "Voice" for example. Who would take music for example and make a
competition out of it? How do you make an art form competitive? Who would do such a thing? An evil f$cking a$$hole that's who! Check out the last
episode of the Voice. Why is everyone dressed in black or black and red? IMHO music has really gone down the toilette, MP-3's only deliver 5% of
the data that vinyl use to. Kesha sold her soul and so did the rest of them, seriously check out this sh$t....
I am not saying you are wrong, but i believe you are neglecting to take something into account.
You have to keep in mind here that Rebellion itself has been successfully marketed to youth since the 1950's. Remmeber Rebel Without A Cause? A
cinema classic and also a marker of where mainstream society was heading. I suppose the attitude itself goes back to Jazz and Blues which in
mainstream american society was considered "devils music" for one reason or another. Even Hitler considered jazz to be a threat to society. This
would eventually lead to the whole counter culture movement in the 1960's which was spearheaded on a public level by The Beatles and
Singer-songwriters like Dylan and Neil young. This gave rise to Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Punk and electronica, which tied in with other cultural and
artistic movements. These art-forms would eventually be Adopted into the public conciousness via Synth-pop, Hair-metal and then in the 90's Pop-punk
and Ska. This would progress eventually into the whole Emo/screamo, Indie/Hipster movement. You had a resurgence in popularity of the music of the
60's and 70's. AC/DC, Led Zep, Pink Floyd, They all had marketing empires in the early 2000's.
Basically, the trend became to be Anti-trend. There was a focus on "being yourself" and freedom of expression under the guise that it was achievable
by purchasing products, movies and music that expressed ones position in society. I remember in the 1990's Disney released a PSA that explicitly
stated " great mind think for themselves" and in every kids show you had the theme of "Believe in yourself." We had buzzwords and phrases that
encouraged us to "think outside the box" which in turn was tied with the whole " cool to be anti-cool" attitude. This was best exemplified by the
whole Marilyn Manson controversy when kids started labeling themselves and eachother as Goths or Preps. They would use both terms in a pejorative
manner. I myself am living proof of this concept in work, But one day i realized i was just shunning one form of conformity for another.
So ultimately, while what you are seeing could be viewed as an illuminati plot (and i can't prove or disprove that mind you) we could also just
assume that it is the same old " it is cool to be an individual" mentality that Media Corporations have been feeding us for decades now.
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
wow - its amazing that one tweet has generated such an outpouring of unevidenced speculation
It isn't the tweet alone dude.
I think it has more to do with the copious amounts of symbolism that is associated with the Masons, Illuminati and other occult groups. I'm not
saying these groups have anything to do with the video, but the symbolism is there. Does it mean that there is a hidden message? Well, we really
can't know unless one of these groups outright says so. And if they deny it then it is to be expected because if there was an agenda that could be
sinister then they wouldn't explicitly state it and they would actively deny it. I think it is myopic to state that it is one or the other honestly.
Secret societies are tricky in general. There is more uncertainty than certainty on the subject, so perhaps the best thing to do is to recognize that
any and all evidence is speculative at best and inconclusive. Perhaps skepticism in claims for and against is what is in order. Unfortunately people
have come to associate Skepticism with Nay-saying. You can thank people like James Randi and Michael Shermer for that. It makes it hard for skeptics
such as myself who are willing to question the official and unofficial lines of reasoning. It makes it hard to practice humility.
maybe her t\weet is taken out of context. has she sung or preformed the song anywere recently? if she has, shes probably saying that was a song she
didnt want to sing but the record executives made her do it regardless
That kesha video is ridiculous though. It's just hard to take serious. To me it reeks of phony. it's soooo forced and over the top, as if they thought
"hey guys, Illuminati is a hot topic, lets use it to get views" I think secrets done so blatantly public must be meet with skepticism, and that one is
at the in your face level of cheesy. Maybe Illuminati really is behind some artists music, but ke$sha's video comes across as attention whoring or
trolling at best. It's trashy.
There is no shadowy force behind it either, just a record label, they are infamous for making artists their slaves. Look up how Lupe FIasco trashed
his own lasers album because the label gave him pre-made songs and told him to rap on them. They have millions invested into artists, and expect
returns. if they tell you to do something with their money it's hard to say no.
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This song has nothing to do with little children dying and I am sure I can actually find 50 rap songs that would more fit this tragedy then this
Give it a shot. As a life long hip hop fan I can't think of anywhere near 50 that encourage killing kids. If there is 50 it's from gimmick shock
rappers like Bizzare or Brotha Lynch during his eating guts days, but honestly every genre has their artists who try to get famous saying outrageous
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Mahatche, great posts. Rap music is not about killing kids. I can't think of on song about that topic. The Die Young video is so over the top
Illuminati that it seems fake. Her hand gestures and pyramids and the eye/hand thing is so overt that it doesn't seem to fit the profile.
Rap music is just about ego money and power...wait that is what those pesky secret societies are all about too !!
And correct me if i'm wrong, but pretty much most rap songs are about killing...taking people down..blowing away everyone who gets in their way.
yep you are wrong. Most rap songs they talk about in the media are about that, and that's the image people who don't listen have. That's the part of
hip hop that's easy to sensationalize, but the gangsta rap era for the most part dead. Even then there was plenty of others artists like De La Soul, A
Tribe Called Quest and Leaders of The New School who made fun music.
I've been listening to hip hop for nearly 30 years, my collection is huge, but If I include all the albums I brought during the gangsta rap era i'd
still say the percentage of songs I listen to that make up that type of content are in the 20% MAYBE 30%
Many of them are socially conscious thoughtful songs. some are egotistical but not about money, they are egotistical about their ability as a rappers,
but hip hop was born on dj and rappers battling so that's only natural. Many rap about the street life, but not all of the are glorifying it, they are
warning people and reporting on reality of their environment. anyone who says "hip hop is mostly" doesn't know hip hop. hip hop is diverse.
This is the type of hip hop that makes up the majority of my collection. Please give these a listen. These aren't rare examples either, I could go on
Or there's a lot of hip hop like this, where emcees just show off their skills with rhyme patterns, punchlines, metaphors, similes, and wordplay to
stake their claim as the best rapper. Some of the content may be "inappropriate" but that's also part of getting the reaction out of people like "yea
I went there"
Some are story tracks
Sometimes rappers get creative and rap from different perspectives like imagining they are fetuses
Sometimes they rap about vats of urine.
Sometimes they rap about picking boogers
Sometimes they do alphabet aerobics
I could go on and on, but i realize this post is getting very long so I'll stop.
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