Sunday, May 26, 2019

FB Scoop: Concerned Artists of the Philippines Express Dismay at PDEA's Wanting to Ban Song of Shanti Dope

Image courtesy of Facebook: Shanti Dope


Images courtesy of Facebook: Concerned Artists of the Philippines

17 comments:

  1. Hay nako for me tama lang yan. Iba na takbo ng isip ng mga bata ngayon lahat ng marinig sa kanta ginagawang inspiration

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  2. Korek nagulat ako nung napanood ko to sa myx!

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  3. Wala manlang ba kasing like MTRCB ang music industry para bago release masala muna

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  4. It's okay if the song will be ban pero let's be real mas madami pang nagkalat na kanta dyan na mas lantarang prinopromote ang sex at pagamit ng organic and chemical drugs. Edi iban niyo na din yung mga songs na yun. Or better yet since pasikat naman ang PDEA, why not make a special unit na nagfofocus lang on analysising the meaning of local and western songs. Pabida bida kasi. Bat di niyo nalang hulihin yung mga drug lords na nasa listahan niyo. Focus nalang kayo dun. Che!

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    1. True. Pakaraming kantang malalaswa na pinapatugtog pa sa public jeep

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  5. ang pagkakaintindi ko sa lyrics "he dreamed higher than what any drugs can offer you he just loves his passion more than anything"

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    1. Ganun din pagkakaintindi ko. Bakit di na lang nila pagtuunan ng pansin ang paghuli sa mga drug pushers at drug lords e yun naman ang mandate nila?

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  6. ang siste malayang nakakapasok ang mga hollywoods songs/movies ng hindi nahaharang ng gobyerno kahit hindi akma sa kabataan. ano yan porket sosyal pakinggan kahit wild ang lyrics hahayaan na lang? hello daw sa young wild and free and fifty shades of grey.. lol

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  7. pwede ba, democracy tayo no one should dictate kung anong kanta ang lalabas. music filtering? really? for sure madaming western songs ang ma-ba-ban kung sakali. Turuan nyo kasi nang ayos ang mga anak nyo sa bahay

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  8. Ang Sabi sa kanta maging high sa music at hindi sa drugs. Nakakahiya ung pdea mema lang, di naman ni check buong lyrics ng kanta

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  9. "Just like nicotine, heroine, morphine" eh gaya lang to ng Never Be The Same eh.

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  10. Eh di ipa ban na lang din nila pati international songs dahil ganyan din madalas theme, pati yan pinapatulan. Nakakahiya ang pdea

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    1. Iba kasi ang tama pag tagalog ang lyrics. Tulad ng mga bastos na emglish lyrics hindi masyadong masakit sa tenga like the f word, tagalogin mo yun eh di k*nt*t! Eeeww di ba? Gets mo???

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  11. “So, what we smoke weeds? So, what we get drunk? We’re just having fun. We don’t care who sees.” So, pag western songs okay lang pero pag OPM ban agad. I get it na dahil opm is for pinoy pero madalas mas laman pa ng mga radio stations at alam ng mga kabataan ngayon yung mga western songs na di hamak naman na mas malala ang mga tema. Anong ganap, PDEA?

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  12. If PDEA will take an active part in censorship, they should be consistent in all forms and source of media- movies, songs, foreign, local, etc. Otherwise, do not meddle in these issues. There are a lot of songs that talk about drugs and sex especially foreign ones. Is the government’s war against drug that inefficient that this is the only way they can do to minimize proliferation of drugs? What ever happened to targeting the big fish or the actual source? If you are too worried about the users, why rehab facilities are not readily accessible?

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  13. Pero yung kalaswaan at kabastusan na kanta ng ExB pwede??? WOW HA

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