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Music is made for the enjoyment of people of every age but we must ask ourselves what is musics influence on young teens The music we listen to today is much different than the music of the 60s 70s and 80s There are now new singers and different styles of music we listen to These singers and this music have an affect on us but is the way we act dress talk or even why we purchase something influenced by the music we listen to We will now find out In the past few years there has been a definite increase of people who listen to rap music As well as these rap celebrities young male teens are starting to take on a new image Teenage guys are now starting to wear baggy pants that look ten sizes to big and huge chains around their necks Another example of this is when the rap artist Nelly started wearing a band-aid on his left cheek fans started wearing them not long after that As you may know such stars as Brittany Spears and Christina Aguilera had a much different look than they do now It appears that now they dont wear as much clothing as they used to Although theyre talented singers parents had a problem because the younger listeners started wanting to dress like them Which wouldnt be a good image for young kids Have you ever heard some of these expressions such as Yo Dogg or Sup These are now some common expressions used by young teenagers in todays society These slang expressions have been influenced on us by rap music The music we listen to has affected our speech Most of the lyrics in a rap song are slang but why do we end up talking in slang Its because we listen to these songs over and over again and the lyrics get stuck in our heads There is
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