Jamaica’s broadcast commission has announced that all explicit references to sex and violence are now BANNED from the airwaves.
The Associated Press is reporting that new rules from the island’s equivalent to our FCC will now ban any song or music video that depicts sexual acts or glorifies gun violence, murder, rape or arson.
The announcement is part of an ongoing decency campaign. On February 6th the commission targeted and banned dancehall tunes and videos depicting “daggering” a relatively new dance which features pelvic grinding in a simulated sex motion. Under the regulation, both Hip-Hop and Soca music are also being effected.
This great news being that this dance is clearly out of control!!! It looks like nothing but sex on the dancefloor - WOW! Don't go watch this vid and try to take it to club and get your "Dagger On". We are in no way shape or form promoting this. This vid is intended to show that sex, drugs, and violence will not always prevail!!
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