In this day and age, it doesn’t take much for a person/song to become popular in a short period of time. It seems that anyone on the planet could get behind a microphone in a studio and make a hit song. Why is this? Because vocals are tampered with, songs are written by a team of professionals instead of an artist, and all it takes is a person, talent or no talent, to complete the project.

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Apart from that, a young woman could be giving a major performance completely naked (and doing all sorts of ‘vulgar’ things onstage), and it would seem completely normal. This is something we’ve seen recently at multiple major performances, and it represents something far from art…

These days, for a song to become a “hit,” all that’s needed is the backing of a giant music corporation like Universal Records (for example). Once an individual is willing to “sell their soul” (a phrase commonly used by music artists)  for fame and fortune, the record company will take care of the rest, no talent required.

We are made to worship some of these people, we want to be like them, look like them, dress like them. Many popular music artists today have become nothing short of walking corporate billboards, often used to influence the minds of the masses, generate huge profits, and influence consumer behaviour. This is no conspiracy, various artists have hinted at the fact that a large portion of music is used for mind control. ODB from the Wu-Tang-Clan is one example out of many.

Rosaenne Barr, another Hollywood superstar, has stated that the entertainment industry is ruled by “MK Ultra.” MK Ultra was the name for a previously classified research program through the CIA’s scientific intelligence division. These ideas are not farfetched, and based on all of my own research, I have no doubt that a large portion and purpose of the mainstream music industry, and the entertainment industry in general, is to influence the minds of the masses to think a certain way, to consume, and worship ‘idol’ like figures. It’s just another tactic to keep us occupied; it seems most of our lives have become about work and entertainment, things meant to distract us from focusing on what’s happening in the world around us. We have been overtaken by mass propaganda.

Moreover, the CIA has been involved with the entertainment industry from its inception, they have an entire department dedicated to it. (source) The entire entertainment industry is also owned by the “1 percent..” Something to think about…

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Here  is a great clip of Michael Jackson exposing Sony.

Why do some artists (some talented, many not) get picked up by these big corporations to become major influences of young people, and others with unbelievable talent never make it anywhere?

This topic goes far into esoteric principles, mind control, occultism and more, but I’ll save that for another article. A lot of these ideas about the music industry and its purpose is evidence-based and goes far beyond what people “just say.” There is no shortage of information available to suggest that mainstream music is a tool for brainwashing the masses, and some of the information in the below video alluded to that. At the same time, there is a lot of good stuff out there, making it an utter shame that any kind of song can be a “hit” as long as it has the big music machine promoting and marketing it.

The driving force behind mainstream music, in my opinion, has little to do with music itself.

Below is a great video done by RT news that illustrates how a large portion of mainstream music isn’t really about the music.

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