Britney Spears’ Racy “If U Seek Amy” Hits the Radio, Angers Parents


via Rolling Stone

The Parents Television Council is livid that Britney Spears‘ cunningly titled “If U Seek Amy” is getting radio play, despite the fact that the title and lyrics essentially say “F-U-C-K Me.” Parents in Australia first complained about the song’s content, and now that the track has become the third single off Circus, American parents are lining up to demand radio stations cease playing the song between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. as it “violates the broadcast indecency law.” “There is no misinterpreting the lyrics to this song, and it’s certainly not about a girl named Amy,” PTC president Tim Winter said.

“It’s one thing for a song with these lyrics to be included on a CD so that fans who wish to hear it can do so, but it’s an entirely different matter when this song is played over the publicly owned airwaves, especially at a time when children are likely to be in the listening audience.” Despite the PTC outcry, radio stations continue to play the track, as evidenced by its Number 92 debut on the Billboard Pop 100. A Jive-edited version of the song excises the “k” from “Seek,” thus “If You See Amy” (which is pretty much still “F-U-C Me.”) Some inventive DJs are throwing their own names over the “Me,” so for instance when the chorus plays, it’ll go “All the boys and all the girls are begging to if you seek George,” etc. Continue reading

T-Pain Cover Art for Upcoming Album, Thr33 Ringz

via ProHipHop

T-Pain has been stirring the pot of controversy with his purchase of a hearst and now that the cover art for his upcoming project has been released, the stirring continues.  As reported by the good folk over at ProHipHop it is being alleged that Pain jacked the circus concept from Christian rapper CY. Whether there is any validity to this or not is up to the reader who can compare the concepts by going [HERE].  Nonetheless expect Thr33 Ringz to be dropping on November 11, and at least 9 of these singles will be living atop the charts from now til the next album is prepped.