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Monday, 14 October 2013

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Porn pop. Music not the main focus shocker

A new pigeon hole has had to be created to accommodate what is fast becoming and endemic poison on the music scene.

Dubbed 'Porn Pop', it encompasses 'artists' such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and Beyoncé, who although profess to be serious singers, actually spend the majority of their routine, or tricks, semi naked performing simulated sex scenes and motions.

Although as old as the hills, this once shocking exception to the rule is now so commonplace that music stores are having to set aside separate areas for it.

We asked a pioneer of the filthy genre, octogenarian Madonna, what she thought about the explosion of muck in music. "Oh I think it is wonderful that an artist can express themselves in whatever form they choose. If that form includes feeling the need to empower themselves by stripping butt naked and gyrating like a dirty cow, so much the better! Like myself, these women have very limited vocal talent, so degrading yourself is the next best thing to actually being able to sing."

A spokesperson from a famous high street store said "We had to segregate the porn pop from the rest of the actual music. The amount of refunds we were giving out to people who thought they were buying music was nobodies business. That coupled with the dirty old men who came in to look at Miley Cyrus albums where she is gorping with her tongue hanging out in that inane fashion of hers, well, it was unsavoury."

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