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If reality TV is the sewer pit of entertainment then, for me rap music is the cultural toilet collecting the foulness now masquerading as harmonic entertainment.

I am truly despondent and broken having learnt that the number one downloaded song in the WORLD as we go to press, on Apple music, today is Cardi B’s “WAP.’’

For me popular music’s descent into obscenity and ugliness cannot be bettered after Cardi’s recent contribution to Western civilisation. The next step down could only be live pornography set to her wistful romantic lyrics. It is little wonder that young people are so depressed and anxious after being subjected to this assault upon the senses.

In every generation elders sit in judgment of the new (young) boys and girls often criticising the style and lyric of that generation’s music as yet another example of falling standards. Sinatra was revulsed by Rock and Roll; the Beatles music it was said would lead to degeneracy and moral anarchy.

However, after listening to Cardi B, now even heavy metal and punk rock could be played in elevators.

Parents now live in a parallel universe completely oblivious to these new musicals trends; while their over indulged and entitled children have extorted unlimited use of their personal smart devices and are able to listen to this garbage without any supervision.

Allow me to contrast the lyric beauty of Nat King Cole's immortal “Unforgettable” and compare it to our Cardi-B’s ‘WAP’.

Unforgettable.. Nat King Cole

(Unforgettable, that's what you are)

Unforgettable, tho' near or far

(Like a song of love that clings to me)

How the thought of you does things to me

(Never before has someone been more)

Unforgettable in every way

(And forever more) and forever more

(That's how you'll stay) that's how you'll stay

That's why darling it's incredible

That someone so unforgettable

Thinks that I am unforgettable too(Unforgettable, that's what you are)

Unforgettable, tho' near or far

(Like a song of love that clings to me)

How the thought of you does things to me

(Never before has someone been more)

Cardi B - WAP

Whores in this house

There’s some whores in this house

There’s some whores in this house

There’s some whores in this house (Hold up)

I said certified freak, seven days a week

Wet-ass pussy, make that pullout game weak, woo (Ah)

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, you fuckin’ with some wet-ass pussy

Bring a bucket and a mop for this wet-ass pussy

Give me everything you got for this wet-ass pussy

Hmmmm…. we have literally reached the end of the road.

Congratulations Ms B, you have single handedly put your signature to the sexual objectification and degradation of women, obscenity and race based vitriol, profanity fuelled filth that would have Nat King Cole turning in his celestial grave. Congratulations also to Apple Music and Youtube for being the sewer pipe for disseminating this crud. I don’t blame young teens for listening to this filth as it is now pipelined and packaged with precision by the tech giants. They, the teens, sadly know no better even more sadly the tech company executives do.

Nat King Cole was the King of Cool. His ballads are legendary. His vocal technique, combined with his magical phrasing was arguably one of the greatest influences in the history of modern music. His genius was to convey the purity and power of love through lyrics and music. Is this genre of love to be consigned to museums? How many of today's young people have heard any of these works? Lyrics of genuine romantic beauty, not ugly, vulgar graphic filth.

In my world of romance I can guarantee that I will not be looking deeply into the eyes of my beloved, lying together on a picnic rug, with the magical tone of Cardi B serenading in the background …

“Bring me a bucket and a mop for this wet ass pussy.”

To anyone who truly desires to express love, wrapped in sublime musical tones, here are my top 10 love songs..

My top 10 love songs.
  1. Something - Beatles

  2. She - Charles Aznavour

  3. I've got you under my skin - Sinatra

  4. Night and Day - Sinatra

  5. Can’t help falling in love - Elvis

  6. At Last - Etta James

  7. This magic moment - The Drifters

  8. Be my Baby - The Ronette

  9. Love of my life - Queen

  10. Unchained Melody - The Righteous Brothers

And the list goes on…..unlike the “lady” with the bucket and mop!

Never give up on love..


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JD Watt, author of the book “BURNT”; the shocking true story of a woman’s deception and a man’s broken heart, is a divorced, devastatingly handsome, affluent single 51-year-old professional. He lives in the wealthy Eastern Suburbs of Sydney Australia. He is also a blogger giving his advice on love, relationships, sex and dating from the perspective of a middle-aged guy having learnt so much from his decade long search for “the one”.

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