Pop Music is Like a Granola Bar


Alrighty, this post was inspired by a blog article that popped up on my Facebook newsfeed about Meghan Trainor.

Meghan Trainor has gained a substancial amount of fame, due to her hit song, “All About That Bass”, which embraces her curvaceous figure. Some feminists hate the song, because some of the lyrics include phrases such as, “she says boys like a little more booty to hold at night”, and stating looking a certain way, because boys approve is deemed “anti-feminist”, but whatever some people bitch for the purpose of bitching. I see nothing wrong with the song, because it’s a fucking pop song, and the whole purpose of pop music is to be light hearted, fun and catchy. Trainer is 20, and she probably wrote this song when she was like 18 or 19; this isn’t an experienced 40 year old WOMAN we are talking about, she’s VERY young. I think people need to get off her case, because the girl is talented, adorable and probably did not think her lyrics would offend so many people. These days you cant look at someone without them getting offended.

Which leads me to my next point, pop music is just like a granola bar. It’s a quick fix, its easy to digest, but it doesn’t last very long. It is not good, or bad for you, and it doesn’t really have any value.

Have you ever read any pop lyrics?

Here’s the chorus to Taylor Swift’s new song:

You got that James Dean day dream look in your eye
And I got that red lip classic thing that you like
And when we go crashing down, we come back every time.
Cause we never go out of style
We never go out of style

Music snobs know Swift isn’t a great artist, but guess what? She doesn’t have to be she’s a pop star, she writes catchy lyrics that are aimed at tweens, and teens, and they’re not sitting there analyzing the fucking lyrics. She’s sold millions of records, the girl is doing something right.

Here are some from Katy Perry’s song Roar

I got the eye of the tiger, a fighter, dancing through the fire
‘Cause I am a champion and you’re gonna hear me roar
Louder, louder than a lion

They’re pretty fucking ridiculous, but Perry’s job isn’t to write lyrics like John Lennon, because she’s a pop star, she just needs to wear cute costumes, be bubbly, and write lyrics that are simple, and easy to remember. The primary demographic that listens to her spends their days taking selfies and recording themselves doing the Kylie Jenner challenge, they don’t need anything too deep, trust me.

In the end, I fucking hate it when bloggers, feminists, and other people take pop lyrics too seriously. Thoughts?


I Am All About That Bass

If you haven’t heard this song yet take a listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PCkvCPvDXk

It is by Meghan Trainor, a new artist that was recently signed by L.A. Reid. The girl has talent, she cannot even legally drink yet and she has already established herself as a successful song writer. When I was 20, my best accomplishment was going to a party without ending up being the dumbest drunk in the room, sigh. 

Anyways, I think the song is cute, catchy and fun to listen to. That’s it. I have read a few articles in which feminist writers tore the song apart, because Meghan explains how boys like a little more booty to hold at night, which they felt sent a negative message. I am all for women empowerment, but some feminists get on my last fucking nerve, because I feel like they just want to bitch. I am a heterosexual woman, and as a heterosexual woman I do want to be attractive to males, because that is how nature designed me! There is nothing wrong with wanting guys to find you attractive, and most guys like curves. They signify health. The only issue I have is I dislike how they portrayed the slim brunette as the skinny bitch, because that sends a negative message. Beauty is thin. Beauty is curvy. Beauty is athletic. Beauty is thick. Beauty is chubby. 

One blogger pissed me off, because she basically insinuated the song was about being “plus sized”, and Meghan is no where near being plus sized. She is an average sized girl. She is very cute, she is that girl we want to be friends with. The song is a fun way to show she embraces her body, because Hollywood is a thin obsessed town.