Does anyone here often question the motive of mainstream music?
I've been giving it a lot of thought lately. It's to the point where I hear Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, etc, on the radio so much that
it's almost mind blowing. This is in North America. I can't speak for other places, but it's force fed to us at a rate that's really revolting to
I hear the same 10-15 songs dozens of times a day on radio at work. Dozens, and this goes on for months until one of these particular artists release
a new track. As a result other musicians of all genres go unnoticed and perhaps that's a good thing how the music industry works, and how much it
manipulates and sensationalizes things. Essentially stripping who the artist or band was to begin with in most cases.
YouTube is dominated by these videos from these artists, with tens of millions to hundreds of millions of views. You can skim the comments and get an
idea of culture today within the vast majority. People as a result aren't aware of other music a lot of the times, and so it's all they know. You
see superficial comments, you see people who want to be like their idols. It has become unhealthy, and almost destructive society as a result.
This isn't to mention the imagery and symbols put forth, and I won't go into it heavily, nor will I post images, but it's hard to deny all of the
demonic imagery, and countless hand gestures and pyramids and eyes that are present within music videos and photoshoots. All of these artists that
dominate the mainstream exhibit very similar behavior. For instance, covering one eye. It's a conspiracy, yes, but it's almost creepy to the point
where it begs questions as to what exactly is going on.
It bothers me, and lately I notice it more and more, no matter where I am. I see the faces of these artists, and how they are revered. You can take
the followers of Kings, empires, everything in the past, and then take one of these artists and their followers, and honestly, is it really that
different? One of these artists have tens of millions of followers.
I wanted to create a discussion about this, without it completely going off the rails, so I ask, what do you think of this? Is there a deeper agenda?
Im a music producer, I have been heavily into music for many many years, so much into it that I became a dj, a beatmaker and later a
composer/producer. I have pretty much given up on the whole damn industry since finding out how disgusting the whole damn industry is. The biggest
dream and passion I have ever had I have abandoned, the industry goes against everything I believe in and I have to stick with my morals.
I thought the infiltration of "the industry" by the OTO(ordo templis orientis) was a more recent phenomenon, but later learned that maybe it has
always been like this, (since the beatles at least).
Apparently, Sergeant Pepper is Aleister Crowley.
The satanic corruption of the music business has moved well beyond covert and is very much "in your face".
I wouldnt mind so much if the music was marketed at adults. But its not, its marketed to pre pubescent children.
We have kids getting pregnant, our kids are being confused by whats being portrayed as "normal", they are being sexualised and brainwashed into
believing girls are hoes, and that what you own defines you.
To be successful equates to how hard you "hustle", what car you own, what labels you wear, and how naked you can get to sell records.
Its disgusting, its evil in every sense of the word.
It preaches that money is god.
I think money and material gain is worshipped in this world much more than any biblical or religious "god".
Money really does make the world go around.
"Money, Money, Money..In a rich mans world" - The Eurythmics.
Money is THE epitome of "anti-christ".
And pop music preaches its gospel.