Skip to comments.ABC Broadcasts Pop Music From Hell
Posted on 11/29/2019 4:18:56 AM PST by Kaslin
ABC aired The American Music Awards on Sunday, Nov. 24, and the big surprise was that none of the featured pop stars launched into a political diatribe about the horrors of the Trump era. The shock factor was reserved for one of the most vicious assaults on God ever projected by Hollywood.
One of today's most popular singers among teenagers is Camila Cabello, and she performed her song "Living Proof," which suggests God is found in her lover's raunchy moves. "Like a choir singing 'Hallelujah'/ When my body's crashin' right into ya," she sang. "Ooh, there's God in every move/ Ooh, and you're the living proof." In the second verse, Cabello added, "Show your demons, and I might show you mine/ One at a time."
The lyrics were illustrated onstage with a set of male and female dancers around the singer, all dressed in lacy costumes. Some costumes were white lace, and some were black, and they wore implied wings on their backs, suggesting a blurring of angels and demons. But it ended with these spiritual dancers thrusting their bodies into one another while surrounded by flames. The audience got the hint. One tweeted: "Thank you for the giant stage orgy! It was beautiful!"
That, believe it or not, wasn't the worst of it.
Pop star Ke$ha performed her song "Raising Hell," which is loaded with profanity and sex talk: "I'm all f---ed up in my Sunday best/ No walk of shame 'cause I love this dress/ ... Only God can judge this holy mess/ B----, I'm blessed." She begged her lover to "Bounce it up and down where the good Lord split it." She boasted, "mama raised me well/ But I don't wanna go to Heaven without raising Hell."
For the ABC show, Ke$ha brought along rapper Big Freedia, a deep-voiced gay male who dresses like a drag queen and uses "she/her" pronouns. While Ke$ha skipped the Federal Communications Commission-discouraged profanity, she sang in front of rainbow-colored stained-glass windows, suggesting a pro-LGBTQ vibe. Her troupe of dancers wore hot pink pajama-like outfits with Roman collars, as if the performance were an Episcopalian-priest disco slumber party. And she began the performance by saying, "Welcome to our Sunday service."
The Hell theme continued with 17-year-old songstress Billie Eilish, who offered her song "All the Good Girls Go to Hell." It begins with the words "My Lucifer is lonely."
This dark song is touted as a rant against climate change, but it carries the message that Heaven is a prison: "Pearly gates look more like a picket fence/ Once you get inside 'em/ Got friends but can't invite them." She paints God as a woman who desperately needs the devil. "All the good girls go to Hell/ 'cause even God herself has enemies," she sang. "And once the water starts to rise/ and Heaven's out of sight/ She'll want the devil on her team."
This angry child won two awards including best new artist. American teenagers tend to know more song lyrics than prayers, and that's especially sad when the lyrics of the hottest songs try to tear God into pieces.
God help young people listening to this diabolical trash. It just gets worse and worse - there has to be a breaking point.
Record low ratings for the key demographic.
It’s not good to mock GOD, you dummies.
Racks of computers tallying streams so that “artists” who don't even have digital download sales of their product are touted as “platinum”.
People with actual sales aren't tallied because they don't go through the right channels and aren't on the right labels.
And nobody counts sales of used albums but repeated streams by the listener of the same song DO count towards new sales.
It's all so much bullsh!t.
KE$HA gave Alice Cooper the creeps.
“What Baby Wants”
While Cooper was thinking of a character to play the devil on Welcome 2 My Nightmare, he came across Kesha at the Grammys and said that she had the qualities of a “rock singer.”
In typical Alice Cooper fashion (harkening back to Billion Dollar Babies when Donovan sang with Cooper on the title track), he decided to bring Kesha in to work on the album because it would be unexpected.
Cooper said about Kesha, “I think a lot of my audience is going to go KESHA!?, but she probably wrote the most disgusting lyrics in the song we had to rein her in.”
According to Cooper, many of her lyrics had to be toned down for the album. Kesha plays the part of the devil, continuing from “I’ll Bite Your Face Off”, telling Alice that it’s time to pay the ultimate price: his soul.
All you can do is pray for these people. They’re on the expressway to hell with their brakes out and pedal to the metal.
I have no doubt that this performance is offensive as described and am glad I didn’t watch.
However, make no mistake that sexuality, when enjoyed properly, can be deeply spiritual.
In the book of Genesis, God deems most of his creations to be ‘good’, but after he makes man and woman, He says this is ‘very good’.
The entire book of Song of Songs compares the love of God for his people to the love between a man and a woman. The entire book of Hosea compares the love of God for his people to that of a husband for a faithless wife.
In the New Testament, the redemptive work of Christ is his ‘Passion’. And the final triumph in the book of Revelation is the ‘wedding feast of the Lamb’, the marriage between Christ and his Church.
At least country music is still wholesome.
Society has to move past this LGBT nonsense. Their culture will destroy ours. Coexistence is only possible with them in the shadows. The SCOTUS decision to allow them to marry one another will one day be seen as a mistake just like Dred Scott or Prohabition.
Kesha Rose Sebert: Born: March 1, 1987 (age 32) - Los Angeles, California, U.S.
I remember David Spade once talking about Marilyn Manson.
“Hey Marilyn, Satan just called. First, he says, “Hi”, and also can you stop making those videos, they’re giving him the creeps.”
Boy she looks like she’s a lot of fun on dates.
But.....but.....Elvis swiveled his hips!
I love Kesha (she dropped the $ a long time ago) and Camila Cabello. Billie Eilish, not so much. I’m not sure what people see in her whisper singing.
My music of choice seldom wins awards.
And I ALMOST watched it, NOT!
MOTOWN where are you?
I’m sure they have sold their souls to Satan for fame and fortune. It certainly isn’t for their “talent.”
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