Georgia Anne Muldrow responds to Nicki Minaj‘s “Anaconda” video. It’s not a non-sensical remix. Georgia Anne Muldrow drops priceless gems about the images and messages being promoted by superstars in the music biz. It’s not a track that is to be strictly applied to Ms.Minaj – it applies to many ‘popular icons’ in the spotlight choosing to advocate sexuality over integrity. Love it.
“We as parents have to walk a very fine line between being watchful and overprotective of what our kids are exposed to…and that job is being made even more difficult by the hyper-sexual, consumerist and vain aesthetic packed with visual associations that are intentionally targeting the pre-teen generation. I’m placing the blame on the corporate agenda that abuses the minds and souls of talented or even aspiring artists.
To represent an awareness that is willfully avoidant of self-realization is the bottom line for these influencers of consciousness; if someone’s life goals are completely external his/her mind can easily be subdued and controlled.
Art means too much to me, i ain’t having it.” – Georgia Anne Muldrow