Ty Dolla Or Naac Analysis

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Introduction Or Nah by Ty Dolla $ign is a very popular song with more than 169 million views on YouTube ("Ty Dolla $ign - Or Nah ft. The Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa & DJ Mustard [Music Video]"). The song is highly focused on women and most importantly making females out to be objects present only for the pleasure of the artist. Within the context of this song, and songs like it, women, who are typically the subject of the song, are pressured into sexual situations that might be objectionable or uncomfortable. Songs like Or Nah provide a stark example of issues which western society faces today, in particular, the objectification of women and the cultural obsession with gaining power and money. Despite there being a “clean” version of this song available, the subject matter within is definitely geared towards a mature audience, being rife with aggressively sexual content—connotations, suggestions, and favors all stated with the intent to coerce females into sexual situations.
In spite of the explicit language and demeaning presentation of women, the song is highly viewed on YouTube and popular among teenagers and college-aged adults ("Ty Dolla $ign - Or Nah ft. The Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa & DJ
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Sexual objectification is a very real issue that is easily propagated by the actions one takes, the language one uses, and the behaviors one glorifies. In a society where women take to calling themselves ‘bitches’ and ‘hoes’, young girls grow in an environment that reduces women to toys and sex objects and males in college campuses search for strip clubs where females are paid to fulfill sexual fantasies. People in western society live and laugh about the pornography industry while refusing to see the harmful and addictive effects it can have on its consumers. In order to ensure that future generations develop with the right social foundations, it is important to analyze the media with which we surround ourselves and develop an understanding of how it can affect one’s
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