Give up the p**** soon,
All I want is a little,
or get your groopy ass out my hotel room
Another example is in Ice Cube's "I ain't the one":And after the date, I'ma want to do the wild thing
You want lobster huh? I'm thinking Burger King
The reason rappers create personas may be to appeal to an immature generation of men that endorses these themes. Sex sells, and, unfortunately, even more so than sex, misogyny sells. I personally think it's sick that rappers get away with these sorts of lyrics against women, but some men enjoy these types of lyrics which is a huge problem. Rappers play a huge role in influencing today's youth, and it's their responsibility to not put this crap in their lyrics. When these songs become popular they create a culture of teenagers that think it's okay to disrespect women.
I think it's important that we, as listeners, do not endorse this kind of rap music as it is incredibly damaging to women. It also reflects poorly on American culture as whole, in that, it implies that listeners seemingly share the same morales about women as do the artists.
How do you guys feel about the role of sexism and misogyny in today's music? Does it fall under the guides of free speech, or should it be entirely discouraged from music?