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“Girl in A Country Song” by Maddie & Tae

In 2013 Bro country which is defined as a sub genre of country music that focuses on partying, women’s bodies drinking, and trucks had taken over country radio. Songs by Country artists like Luke Bryan are extremely popular. For example,… Continue Reading →

“Girl in a Country Song” Third Listen

Every time I listen to “Girl in a Country Song” I can feel the anger that the words are trying to convey. In the original song the girls start off the song very sarcastically. It is easy to tell that… Continue Reading →

“Girl in a Country Song” Second Listen

In the first listening post I mentioned some songs that could have led to the response “Girl in a Country Song.” I have done more research and haver realized that degradation like this has been increasing since the 1980s. But… Continue Reading →

First Listen “Girl in a Country Song”

“Girl in a Country Song” by Maddie and Tae pokes fun at male country singers and the way that they portray women. At the time the song was made, 2014, seemed like a direct response to songs released in 2013,… Continue Reading →

“You Need to Calm Down” or “Girl in a Country Song” Proposal

The first song i propose to investigate “You Need To Calm Down” by Taylor Swift. The song was written as an LGBTQIA rights anthem to battle homophobes and transphobes. The lyrics “Shade never made anybody less gay” and “But you… Continue Reading →

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