Jamaican regulators say they are forbidding all explicit references to sex and violence over the airwaves because it is "troubling our youth."
The new rules from the island's broadcast commission ban any song or music video that depicts sexual acts or glorifies gun violence, murder, rape or arson.
However, worship voodoo style is considered a religion so nude dancing after killing a chicken and rubbing chicken blood all over your naked body can be sung about or filmed.
Also, any other religion that practices sex acts, guns, violence, murder, rape or arson as their beliefs will not be forbidden.
The Saturday announcement follows a Feb. 6 ban that specifically targeted dancehall tunes and videos depicting "daggering" - a dance style popular among Jamaican youth that features pelvic grinding simulating sex.
"We will no longer put up with such goings-on, Mon", stated President Percival James Patterson Saturday.