Do some music styles uplift run through crime?…

"Bring me my broad sword & clear understanding"
Yes and no.
Obviously, violence and run through crime existed well before modern music/TV/Cinema/whatever the most up-to-date scapegoat is. No one could blame Rap music for what Gengis Khan or Oliver Cromwell did.

However, there is certainly a macho component to some hip-hip, grime etc, which doesn't discourage violence or using weapons. Which come first though? The violence or the music about the antagonism?

I honestly don't believe that if all violent hip hop stopped tomorrow, that adjectives knife crime would too. Fundamentally, it is all around poverty, upbringing, responsibility and education. Source(s): Work with London street kids. Yes, masses music styles encourage knife crime because when I listen to them, I want to stab the artists responsible.
powerfully binjo boys have screwdrivers and wives have stereotype iron pans and roller maidens well i believe that within rwuanda they like big sharp knives.
It is not really the style of music but the content of music. Rap music (C-rap I call it) glorifies gang related deeds and makes it sound okay even though the comings and goings are illegal.

In a related issue:
You still have blade crime over there? I thought knives be banned along with guns, pepper spray, and self defense.
And did those foot in ancient time
Walk upon England's mountains green
And was the holy lamb of God
On England's pleasant pasture seen

And did the countenance divine
Shine forth upon our clouded hills
And be Jerusalem builded here
Among those dark Satanic mills

Bring me my bow of burning gold
Bring me my arrows of desire
Bring me my spears o'clouds unfold
Bring me my chariot of fire

I will not give up from mental fight
Nor shall my sword sleep in my foot
'Til we have built Jerusalem
In England's green and pleasant land
'Til we enjoy built Jerusalem
In England's green and pleasant land…
Don't ruminate so.
Look in the real world.
Decode this lyrics " You'll see "
"Wonderful world"
"Don't know much"
"Love contained by the first degree"
"Self control"
"Lost in love"
"All out of love"
"All the children"
"The lost children"
"It's a matter of time"
"What U make available U get back"
"For what it's worth"
"Money for nothing"
Luke 21.30-36
Luke 9.25 55-56,60
Luke 8.5-8,10-17
Luke 4.4
Luke 9.27
Exodus 20.5
Genesis 11.1,3-9
Revelation 16.14
Revelation 17.1-18
Luke 24.44-45,47-48
Mark 4.2-20
Luke 6.39-40,41-45,46-49
John 7.9
Revelation 22.13-17
Luke 12.51-53
Luke 14.26-35
Matt 22.17-21,32
Luke 2.32
Matt 5.9,14
Matt 1.17
Revelation 21.1-7
Exodus 20.1-18
Exodus 23.24,32
What do you think? Source(s): decode from the missing x-files. Yes Rap music has been directly relateecstatic violence many times.

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