Music & Theology: Homies

Warning: The song contains explicit lyrics which are not suitable for children. This week I’m doing something different. This week, we’re going to discuss the 2002 Insane Clown Posse track “Homies” also known as “Juggalo Homies.” It is one of the less hard tracks from the hip hop/horrorcore act. If anything, this song is mellow to […]

Music & Theology: Who Am I Living For

In 2010, Katy Perry released her album Teenage Dream which contained tracks involving drunkenness leading to Friday night three-ways, having sex like teenagers, and begging a dude to show off his penis. In the midst of all the sexually suggestive lyrics comes “Who Am I Living For,” a very introspective song where Perry actually makes three […]

Music & Theology: Not a Bad Thing

Justin Timberlake’s most current big hit is “Not a Bad Thing.” The former *NSYNC member has made quite a name for himself in pop music. The lyrics for his new hit, which is currently #3 on the Billboard Top 100 Pop hits, can be reviewed here. Let’s begin our review. Timberlake begins by singing, “Said […]

Music & Theology: Fancy

Warning: The song contains explicit lyrics which are not suitable for children. This week, Iggy Azalea is involved in the number 1 and number 2 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. Number 2 I previously discussed (Problem by Ariana Grande ft Iggy Azalea), but now it’s time for Iggy-Iggs to have her own review from a Biblical […]

Music & Theology: Headlights

Warning: The song contains explicit lyrics which are not suitable for children. Eminem has been on the music scene for a while with harsh lyrics talking about drugs, violence, rape, murder, you name it. Since he’s gotten clean, some of his music has remained as lyrically well crafted, but have take on a different tone. […]

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