Rap music does not promote violence.
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Does Hip Hop Affect Behavior in Kids?

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A'Mos Moore's comment, December 2, 2015 8:30 PM
Music has and will be around for generations. But with it being so many genres of music now, what you listen to can determine who you are. In this particular genre of music, the content has drastically got more vivid and detailed to all. A lot of kids has been condemned of it and others maybe liberated from it, to know the stories and trials of someone who has succeeded are very motivational. But all these mixed emotions that stir our kids up are only subconscious memories until they put visuals to them, which are more than likely exploiting our women or showing off material objects. Then it becomes hearing, seeing, and feeling what society has to accept. And most of the parents being from different times in life, how can they really keep tabs on what their kid is watching all the time. So now it's up to the other kids and when we the parents are not around guess what they're doing? Exactly!