I was discussing this with a friend on facebook just a little bit ago. She posted up a link to a Ke$ha song called Take It Off. Basically a song about a place where everyone gets drunk and high as hell and gets all sexed up and what not. She also has another song out there that I've heard that's about her wanting to show her man how much of a slut she is. She has a decent voice, and although the content of her lyrics are horrible, her ability to form strong verses are there. If I listen to her music without vocals, I could enjoy some of the riffs and what not. However, the topics she decides to sing about turn me right off. She's selling herself out to the mainstream society's need to digest as much filth into their minds as possible. It's not even just Kesha; Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Mariah Carey and a few others are guilty of this type of thing. A lot of the latest up and coming artists all have talent but lack a heart for the music. It's like when they sit down to write their songs, they aren't writing from their hearts, their just writing what they think the public wants to hear. A lot of these artists would be ten times better, if they'd stop trying to be popular, and started enjoying what their doing. Some of these fine voices would sound a lot better if they weren't spouting out filth. I mean, I'm no prude, I don't mind a little bit of innuendo, but a lot of the songs today are hardly subtle. So what are you're thoughts? Do you agree, disagree? Can you think of other examples?