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Thesis Do you believe that ones words can reflect on a certain persons action Today Rap has become the most popular type of music in the US The Rap industry is dominated by artists who mostly dedicate their lyrics to either violence drugs or sex Through 1998 and 1999 the survey taken by the National Music Bureau stated that 46 of the listeners of Rap are under the age of 19 While 65 of the listeners live in run-down homes or impoverished areas usually being inner cities The National Music Bureau also reported that in the 66 of the listeners of Rap who are under the age of 19 86 of those teen-agers are black Along with that fact many of the artists sing about their ghettos and their past ways of life which included drugs sex murder and alcohol The listeners of rap living in run down areas in the inner cities see themselves in the same situation as many of the rap artists and duplicate what they hear So although a person may be responsible for his or her action rap music dramatically affects the lives of Americas inner cities and slums In this day and age of the biggest problems in America has become teen pregnancy 68 of 18-year old have had sexual intercourse while half of 17-year old have had sexual intercourse To add to that 6 in 10 girls between the ages of 18-19 become pregnant While pregnancy rates among teens continue to rise rappers continue to rap and call themselves Playas and rap about their bitches and sexual encounters In a song titled The BIG Notorious BIG AKA Biggie Smalls says Please dont shoot up your guns cause one of these ladies will be havin my baby Of the 66 of the listeners of rap who are under the age of 19 26 of them are women Biggie is promoting sexual activity and a bad
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