From an early age, I knew that if my mom said I wasn’t allowed to listen to something, it made me want to listen to the forbidden item even more. So imagine my surprise (and excitement) when my mom started to get uncomfortable with pop princess Britney Spears. The minute my mom put up a fight against Britney, it made Britney even cooler in my eyes. Now that I’m older, I understand my mom’s hesitation about Britney because I recently realized that a large portion of Britney Spears’ lyrics are about sex.
Britney Spears was often rather suggestive or downright sexual in her songs so it’s easy to understand that parents would be wary of the sweet pop princess that evolved into a crop top-wearing sexual goddess.
The beauty about Britney, though, is how well she disguises her suggestive lyrics. She pairs lyrics about
Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/articles/89927-14-sexual-britney-spears-lyrics-that-probably-went-over-your-head-as-a-kid
Cee-Lo’s F*#$ You has a great beat and all, but it’s not the type of thing you want queuing up with grandma in the room. No worries. Google’s got you covered. Some Google Music users complain the service is randomly replacing expletive-intensive songs with the duller, cleaner versions.
The Google Music Scan and Match feature has earned the wrath of some users by replacing explicit versions of songs with the kid-friendly clean versions. Even less fun, Droid Life reports that some people are seeing clean versions of songs replaced with explicit versions. That’s bad news when you expect to hear the sanitized version of Radiohead’s Creep while hanging out with your kids.
Read more at: https://www.wired.com/2012/12/google-music-censoring-swears-for-some-users/