Top Ten Most Sexist Songs of All Time
This is a German rap song by YouTube star JuliensBlog, who, as you can see on the cover artwork, isn't exactly known for his good treatment of women. But out of all his sexist statements and punchlines both in videos and songs, this song takes the cake.
So, that you all get an impression of what he's rapping about, let's summarize the song.
First of all, the title translates to "Beating women". Yup.
The first verse consists of things about his girlfriend that annoy him including all the cliches: she hasn't cooked or cleaned up, she is jealous, she isn't in the mood for sex, etc. Then the chorus kicks in (literally): in an eerily happy tone and melody he sings about all types of her bones he will break, hitting her all across the room, knocking her teeth out, etc.
Then in the second verse he gets more specific about what he does to her, like making her eat very VERY disgusting things or hitting her with a vacuum cleaner, and furthermore explains that he ...more
Since some of you may haven't read it and are wondering why it has more positive than negative reception: this guy is a YouTuber who uses a lot of dirty and troll humor. The bad taste has become his trademark. The lead single of the album is called "11. September" ("September 11th"), just that you get an idea. You are still free to feel appalled by it, but don't think these people actually support seriously objectifying women. Like the politically incorrect content of "Drawn Together" or "Borat", this is all a big joke.
This song is not just sexist it is so disgusting and people (specifically Donald trump.) need to stop treating women like objects. We are actual people and we are strong and kickass independent. And I have no idea why people treat people different by where they come from or our skin color or who we like it doesn't matter you have to accept people for who they are. Not what they look like. There is only one race the human race.
Ahem, he is doing surgery, of course he is doing good treatment, so shut up, he is doing a good deed.
I love this song
This is not just sexist! It is absolutely disgusting and these lyrics should NEVER be in a song!
This song is absolutely the most disgusting thing ever! I do not know what «major laser» was thinking whale they where writing this song this is so sexist. and to all te major lazer «fans why do you like them?!?! They thought it was OK to write this song when it is not. And they may have said sorry but you know deep down they are not sorry.
Their is a thing about making sexist ads from the 50s rewearst, that's sexist, making a sexist thing towards women and changing the sex just makes it sexist towards men instead.
But writing a song about how women basically run the world is a statement not some kind of hate towards men, and it's sort of true, no we don't run every single country in the world like the song suggests but "behind every successful man there's a strong woman supporting him" so no, girls don't run the world, but the world couldn't be run without girls, so we could just say it's a combined effort and call it a day.
And if you want an example just look at Winston Churchill, the man who made shore England didn't make peace with Hitler during world war 2. He was the only candidate for prime minister that the opposition would except so even though the king and his own party didn't want him, he became preminester and he's considered one of the best motivational speakers in history (he even has a Noble ...more
As a boy I've kinda just given up on sexism towards men being a thing, because masculinism is like 99% dead. And if it were to say men rule the world, it would probably be removed from live radio. Sooo...
It's sexist to guys. (by the way I'm a girl and there's a difference between feminism and being outright rude to men)
So feminist! So annoying!
There are NO blurred lines when it comes to sexism or sexual harassment. When I first heard this, I didn't really listen to the lyrics, so liked the song because it was catchy. But now, I'm surprised this song hasn't had more criticism. It implies that it's OK to have sex without consent (I know you want it), and that the lines are "blurred" when it comes to consent, which they definitely aren't - if someone (boy or girl, it doesn't make a difference) says no to sex, or anything like that, they MEAN no! It doesn't matter if you "know they want it", their word is final! He also says that girls are "animals" and they need to be "domesticated", as if we're not human beings like men are. Also, they say "what you don't like work", which implies that women should have no say in sex, as the positions they don't like (often because they are painful) are ones men seem to find pleasurable. I'm definitely not saying all men are like this, but unfortunately there are those few, who can freely ...more
No, from the title, it'd just seem racist, but I'm not assuming any of the lyrics.
People have to learn that a real boyfriend or girlfriend will like you without makeup on or wearing fancy clothes. They will love you for who you are. So if you do not know if your boyfriend or girlfriend likes you take your makeup off and war sweatpants to see if they like you because of your looks or for who you really are.
As the Bart Baker parody says:
"Objectifying girls is rude. We have personalities, too. We're more than just hot bodies."
This song SCREAMS SEXISM. Lyrics like:
Yes I do the cooking, yes I do the cleaning
Plus I keep the na-na real sweet, for your eating
Yes you be the boss, and yes I be respecting
Whatever that you tell me, cause it's game you be spitting
Terrible sexist, just all around awful. It says if you buy women a gift she'll have sex with you. what?
Should be number 1
The lyrics here are sexist. Beyonce thinks that only guys hurt the ones that love them, only guys cheat, and girls never have their friends stick up for them when they screw around.
I like the beats but not the lyrics mostly the white girl part. All my friends love this in rl